Michael Kalkavouras

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Thanks a lot guys. Your comments were greatly appreciated. I think that we are going for the WebGain solution because of its very good debugger, good integration with WebLogic and the support for third-party source control utility like pvcs (which we have already bought). I was very tempted though with JBuilder 4 EE and if it was my choice only then I would probably go for that.
Kinds Regards,
Michael
18 years ago
George, thanks a lot for your reply.
I am actually trying to decide which of WebGain Studio, IBM VisualAge, JBuilder and CodeWarrior is the best for building our solution on WebLogic Server. After reading some reviews on the above products I came to the conclusion that WebGain and JBuilder are the best for what we need to do.
I fully agree with what you say about productivity and meeting deadlines, so the only issue we have is to make the right choice.
I have compiled the following list of pros and cons:
WebGain Studio.
Pros.
Good Database connectivity
Uses Wizards
Bundled with Dreamweaver
Integrates with 3rd party configuration management tool.
Provides EJB functionality
Cons.
Cost
Wizards provide inefficient code
Reports suggest it can be flaky.
Borland JBuilder Pro.
Pros
Cheaper than WebGain
Good functionality
Stability
Good cross platform support
Cons.
Possible heavy system requirements (512Mb RAM Dual Processor - PC, not server !)
No EJB support
Cannot integrate with 3rd party config management tool.
Do you or anyone else have any comment on that? Any more info (bad/good experiences) for any of these products will be very much appreciated.
Kind Regards,
Mike
18 years ago
Dear all,
We are thinking of purchasing a development environment like WebGain Studio for our project. Which do you think is the best environment to develop & debug JSP/JavaBeans & EJBs for WebLogic server? Is purchasing such an environment going to improve our productivity significantly, or do you believe we are going to be fine with a text editor, JDK 1.3 & J2EE 1.2.1?
What do you think about the BDK from sun?
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Cheers,
Mike
18 years ago
Thanks a lot for the reply.
This is definetely what I was looking for. I had a quick look at the JNI tutorial and it is what I need.
Cheers,
Mike
18 years ago
Dear all,
I am currently using JSP with WebLogic Server 5.1.0. I need a module (JavaBean) that accesses the C/C++ API of the clarify product. Does anyone have any idea how to do that? Is there any way of directly accessing the API? Do I need to write a C program that accesses that API and call that from the JSP? I've heard something about using Corba to access the C API. Are there any relevant examples I could look at somewhere you know? What is the best, and more robust way of doing it?
Kind Regards,
Michael
18 years ago