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Difference bet IBM RAD Tool and Eclispe ?

 
Prabhat Ranjan
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Hi ,

What is the exact difference between RAD Tool and Eclipse ?

which is best and when we go for eclipse and what we can do in eclipse and what we can't do in RAD comparison with eclipse.


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Prabhat,
RAD comes with embedded WebSphere and has many proprietary plugins. Whether to choose it or Eclipse depends on your needs. Better to start with needs than choose a tool.
 
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means when we use RAD Tool then we have to use

Rational ClearCase for Checkin-chekout our files to the Dev or any Stream.

and also we have to use IBM WhbSphere only right ?

 
Rajkumar Katudia
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Jeanne forgot the other major aspect.

Eclipse is free to download and use whereas if you want to use RAD for commercial purpose, You need to spend Money.
 
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Prabhat Ranjan wrote:means when we use RAD Tool then we have to use

Rational ClearCase for Checkin-chekout our files to the Dev or any Stream.

and also we have to use IBM WhbSphere only right ?


No, it works perfectly well with CVS. And it's based on Eclipse so you should be able to use Eclipse plugins in it. And if you avoid using Websphere-specific extensions, the EARs it generates should be usable in any JEE container.
 
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