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charlsy chuks
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Please this is not to put down any IDE, but I just wish to know which IDE
will deliver the best results in industry or mission critical EE solutions that make use of EJB.
Taking into consideration the simplicity of usage and ability of programmer to understand
and deploy EJB applications
 
Ulf Dittmer
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My guess is that the developer using the IDE makes a much bigger difference with respect to the outcome than the choice of IDE.
 
Claude Moore
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That's absolutely true nowadays when recent java ee specs moved a big slice of the plumbing code generation on the appserver's side.. but i remember ejb 2 times, when an ide should generate stub/skeletons artifacts to be deployed to a container: a really pain in the heart, if ide and target appserver were not strictly coupled.
 
charlsy chuks
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Ok, that was a real pain especially when you have to remember every line and spelling suggestions were not really improved....I can only imagine what a Java EE coder went through. Thanks for the answers.
 
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