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Good Eclipse plugin for Struts?  RSS feed

 
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Can anyone recommend a good plugin for Eclipse to do Struts/Servlets/JSPs?
 
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Russel:

You can access www.jamesholmes.com.

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Russel:

That is for Struts.

Lomoz is good plugin for jsp/servlets. You can access it at
http://www.lomboz.com/.

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Thanks!
 
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http://www.exadel.com/products_strutsstudio.htm

I haven't used the above one, but their demo at JavaOne looked impressive.

Also, I've heard good things about the following one.

http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-55.html
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Hi Russel,

My vote is myeclipse ide (myeclipse.org). It works pretty well and they have a low-cost subscription model $29.95. I would recommend that you learn the ins and outs of the struts-config.xml file before relying too much on an IDE.

Thanks,
John
 
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MyEclipse IDE is very good plug-in for J2EE/Struts application but it's expensive for me ..... so i use only this plug-in in trial version.

And LomBoz is good but have many error...
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