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Hi all
I need help from you guys ..if we want to install any studio like exadel for open sources like struts , JSF , Hibernate , Spring etc in eclipse ganymede how to do it and from
where to download

Thanks in advance guys
 
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"greeshma itsme " please check your private messages for an important administrative matter. You can check them by clicking the My Private Messages link above.
 
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Hello,
1. JSF (there are many of them, you know). Personally, i work with ICEFaces. How to integrate is written on their site.
2. Hibernate (add its jar to the project). Download it from Hibernate
3. Ditto for the Spring (you need to point to the right package. Core, ldap, workflow etc.)
About Struts i cannot tell you, just dunno.

Hope it helps.
Oleg.
 
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His question is rather about Eclipse plugins which should ease development of the mentioned API's, not how to install it or so.

For JSF I just use the standard "Eclipse for Java EE" version with WTP. It provides everything I need.
For Hibernate I use the "Hibernate Tools" plugin provided by themselves.

No wording about Struts or Spring as I don't use them. I can at least recommend you the Eclipse Plugin Central website. Google it.
 
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