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vineet dhar
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I am currently using Eclipse SDK Version: 3.6.2....I am planning to learn Spring and Hibernate....is this version of Eclipse sufficient or am I supposed to install any new version or plugin??
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Yes this is sufficient.
For spring, you do not need any specific plugin, but if you are looking for better spring integration, you can use STS from springsource

For hibernate, you can install hiberclipse(http://tools.hibernate.org)
 
vineet dhar
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Sumit Bisht wrote:Yes this is sufficient.
For spring, you do not need any specific plugin, but if you are looking for better spring integration, you can use STS from springsource

For hibernate, you can install hiberclipse(http://tools.hibernate.org)




Thanks a lot ...I heard some people advising to go for MyEclipse enterprise edition....In what ways is it different from eclipse helios.??
 
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You should use STS SpringSource Tool Suite
 
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