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Which are Struts Tool use in This Book ?

Such as : Editor, Plug-in, Database , WebSErver ... etc
 
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Hi Somiat,

The development environment I used for the book included:

1. Eclipse
2. MySQL
3. Tomcat (with some JBoss)
4. Struts 1.1
5. OJB 1.0
6. Velocity (Not sure of the version. My co-author Rob would know).

Thanks,
John
 
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5. OJB 1.0




OJB is seem like Hibernate or not ??
plese explain to me.

thank you very much.
 
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Is Velocity an Eclipse plug-in? Are there other Eclipse plug-ins for Struts?
 
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Struts Console is a very popular FREE plugin for Struts development inside Eclipse. It provides support for editing Struts, Tiles, and Validator configuration files. Here is the site:

http://www.jamesholmes.com/struts/

-James
 
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Thanks.

Bet you don't have much trouble remembering that site name.
 
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