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Hi,
Can any body explain how to configure eclipse for jboss. I want to develop struts applications using eclipse as my IDE. I am new to Eclipse.
Thanks in advance
 
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Eclipse is a simple IDE - that can be added to, by installing various plug-ins.

There is a eclipse plug-in from JBoss (the JbossIDE). I'm not sure if it provides stuts support.
Also the Lomboz plug-in - but again it more J2EE (JSP, EJB) than stuts framework.
There exist another, MyEclipse (but I have never used it). It has been previously discussed in javaranch.

If you just want to develop a struts application (for whatever server), just find a suitable plug-in from download site(s).

Here are a few URLs:
JBoss IDE
Lomboz
Eclipse Plugins
 
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Try StrutsBox - It's Eclipse plugin for Struts capabilities
 
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