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JSP Plugins

Garandi Garandi
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Hi,
I am using Eclipse, wondering what is the best JSP plugins?
Thank you
Garandi
David Heffelfinger
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I'm currently using the Web Tools project. It has a very nice
JSP editor with formatting, completion, etc.

Instructions on how to install it can be found here.

David
[ October 17, 2007: Message edited by: David Heffelfinger ]

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Garandi Garandi
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Thank you very much Ray.
Garandi
 
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