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Configuring Sun Application server with eclipse

Sunil Pradhan
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Joined: Nov 30, 2005
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Hi all,

I got a assignment to devlop a j2ee application(JSP,servlets,EJB).How to setup the Eclipse envioronment for j2ee application devlopment.I am having eclipse 3.0.I have devloped j2ee applications before,but never used eclipse.Please help me on this as how to use eclipse in this situation.

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Sunil,
Eclispe requires a plugin to support J2EE development unless you wish to package the ear/war by hand or with Ant.

Search this forum for Eclipse plugins like Lomboz and MyEclipse.


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