Learning JBuilder... We currenly use JBuilder where I work and so far it has been pretty good for us... I would sure like to read a good book on the subjust though We are finding that it is a bit difficult to use the built in CVS capabilities and keeps dev teams in synch... especially with project and web.xml files... Anyone else have these issues?
keerthidhar There is a free version available. The personal edition is free. Or at least it was free to download. you might have to pay a small fee now to get a CD version. I used to use it myself and really enjoyed it but had too many issues with trying to do servlets JSPs and use different librarys - things that weren't supported in that version - that I finally gave up.
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There are definitely issues in JB. We get the educational discount, so it is $100 a copy insteand of $1000's... and yes, the debugger likes to die a lot, which sucks... but all in all I have learned to use fairly well and like using it...
I have noticed that the majority of the crashes that occur during the debugging process are when you stop the debugger at a breakpoint. Often if you can just let the app run out of the breakpoint and then stop the debugger it will not crash. We jumped from JBuilder5 to JBuilder7 and skipped JBuilder6. Lon