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Eclipse 2.x/3.x question - Web & J2EE perspectives

 
krishna bethanabhotla
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Can somebody help me if there are "Web", "J2EE" perspectives in Eclipse2.x/3.x? Or, are the above two perspectives IBM WSAD specific? I have seen "Java", "Server", "Resources" "Team" perspectives in Eclipse3.0, but not "Web" & "J2EE". Would these perspectives comes as seperate plug-in or how can I have "Web" & "J2EE" perspectives as well.

Any help is highly appreciated.

Krishna
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Udayan Patel
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Originally posted by krishna bethanabhotla:
Can somebody help me if there are "Web", "J2EE" perspectives in Eclipse2.x/3.x? Or, are the above two perspectives IBM WSAD specific? I have seen "Java", "Server", "Resources" "Team" perspectives in Eclipse3.0, but not "Web" & "J2EE". Would these perspectives comes as seperate plug-in or how can I have "Web" & "J2EE" perspectives as well.

Any help is highly appreciated.

Krishna
SCJP1.4


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Krishna,
Yes those two perspectives are WSAD specific because they deal with "enterprise level" functionality. There are plugins for servlets/jsps and ejbs in Eclipse. Try doing a search of this forum for more details.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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