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Need an IDE for Ejb 3.0

 
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i am new to Ejb 3.o so can any one suggest me an IDE for Ejb 3.0
At present i am using netbeans 5.5 and i could not configure the netbeans with websphere 6.1 application server so can any one suggest me how i can solve this problem?
when i tried to use eclipse also i could not configure the websphere 6.1 application server to it??
i also wanted to know wheather websphere 6.1 supports Ejb 3.0 or do i need to download any patch ??
 
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Pradeep,
It looks like WebSphere's EJB 3.0 support is still in alpha.
 
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For an IDE, anyone will work. NetBeans, Eclipse, and IntelliJ all can handle Annotations. There isn't a real need for any kind of wizard like creation of EJBs anyway, since they are just POJO interfaces and classes with Annotations on them. Pretty simple stuff now.

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