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Eclipse for J2EE 1.4

Schandha Ravi
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Joined: Oct 20, 2007
Posts: 167
Hi All,

My question might seem a duplicative one by many of the members. My eclipse version is driving me nuts. I installed J2EE 1.4(JDK 5.0) and eclipse Europa 3.2 (Which requires J2SE 5 and above). I'm able to work on Web application i.e able to create Servlet etc. But problem is coming for EJB. It is asking me for XDoclet. I do not want to have any auto code generated features as my purpose of learning things would get spoiled. So can any one help me which version of eclipse can I use, so that I can code myself. The only help I'm expecting from eclipse is just build.

Thanks & Regards, SK
SCJP 5.0, DB2 - 800, DB2 - 803, SCDJWS (On the way)
Pras Tiwari
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Joined: Nov 07, 2005
Posts: 186

I have tried to do same thing as you. I have created EJB Project on Euorpa. But its not asking XDOCLET to me.
However if its asking XDOCLET at your side & if you want to skip it, then you can select option "Java Project" from New -> Project Menu in Eclipse & then you can configure & use whatever build file you want to use to build your project through eclipse.


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