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vipul patel
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Hi Guys,

I need to setup my environment for new J2EE project. I am using Jboss and SQL server.

Can anyone tell me the development tools needed at each stage of development? starting from webpages, backend code , EJB code etc.

any good tool for debugging EJBs?

At the moment I am using Netbeans. Is it currently used by the production team ?

For a project with size of around 50 tables in SQL, how long should it take?
Approx. how many people should be used on such a project, work distribution etc..

Pls . drop me mail at dagheda@axalto.com.

Thanks.
Dilip
 
Manoj Kumkumath
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Some suggestions...

Java development IDE - IntelliJ(Not free),Eclipse , ,,,
Unit Tests - JUnit
If you are planning to have something like a daily build, use cruise control.

Regarding estimation and number of people etc, you can come to a figure only after you have clear understanding of requirement.
 
vipul patel
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Any idea about acquiring IntelliJ? what is the cost etc.
 
Masoud Kalali
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Originally posted by dilip agheda:
Hi Guys,

I need to setup my environment for new J2EE project. I am using Jboss and SQL server.

Can anyone tell me the development tools needed at each stage of development? starting from webpages, backend code , EJB code etc.

any good tool for debugging EJBs?

At the moment I am using Netbeans. Is it currently used by the production team ?

Dilip

Netbeans is best choice for you to go with (if you want a free IDE)
Netbeans 5 beta 2 is out and its a very good choice for anyone who wants to develop j2ee applications . specially if you are going to use EJB and WS .
Just make sure that you get a qbuild or beta2 of netbeans 5 , not 4.1


hth
 
Franck Smith
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My preferences to develop J2EE Projects :

IDE : Eclipse + several plug ins (for you JBoss IDE to deploy, hot deploy and hot buil your application) or WTP.
The best tools I've seen is MyEclipse, a J2EE plugin (but under license) for eclipse witch contains very useful tools to develop, deploy, and test J2EE applications that containts JSP, Servlet, EJB's (generated with XDoclet).

Unit Test : JUnit + JUnit plugin for eclipse

Build Process Tool : Maven + MavenIDE for eclipse.

Continuous integration : CruiseControl

That my experience.
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