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Is JSP debugging easier with NetBeans?

 
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I heard that JSP is easier to debug with NetBeans. Is that correct?
 
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It is very easy to debug JSPs within NetBeans. NetBeans does have tight integration with GlassFish, Tomcat, JBoss, and WebLogic. You won't need to download/install/configure any plugins. In less than five minutes you can create a new web project, deploy it to GlassFish (done automatically by NetBeans), and be debugging it.
 
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Wow, thanks Ryan. I am going to give it a try.
 
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