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Hi All

I want EJB editor. I installed name=Eclipse Platform id=org.eclipse.platform version=3.0.2. But i don't know is it for EJB or just for JSP.

Please let me know about this.

Thanks in Advance
 
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You can use it for both.
 
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If you are looking for J2EE support then I would strongly suggest you take a look at NetBeans 4.1. It has excellent support for EJBs, JSP, and Servlets built right in. No need to go looking for a plugin.

http://www.netbeans.org
 
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Hi
If you want to use special features of an (Eclipse here) IDE for developing JSP and ejb then you should install some plugin for it because Eclipse out of the box has no support for EJB / JSP
Eclipse need web tool plugin wich has not released yet -AFAIK
But there are other commerical plugin like www.myeclipseide.com for 29.9 a year. -I think-

But you have another IDE named Netbeans , with "out of the box" support
indeed very good support of developing J2ee application . it hase JSP ,WS ,EJB
developing helpers wich you can use them along with other IDE features.

check it here : www.netBeans.org


hope it helps
 
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Hi All
Thanks for reply. But the following link says Eclipse supports web & J2ee. But don't know which plug-in to download for this.

http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/jst/components/j2ee/scenarios/ejb_and_ejbclientcreation.html

If anybody knows, Send me the link to download this. i'm trying to download plug-in from eclipse.org.

Thanks in advance
 
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