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Which Eclipse Project Type for JMS

Jody Seigle
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Joined: Sep 29, 2000
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Does anyone know which Eclipse Europa project type should be used for simple JMS applications?

It looks like Dynamic Web contains way more than I need and a simple Java project does not have the required javax.jms.* elements on its classpath by default.

I assume I could always add things to a Java project, such as my old way of doing this is to add COTS dependent JAR files to a Java project classpath. I would like to use the base Java EE spec for my development and only use the COTS dependent JAR files only at run/deployment time.

Thanks!
Gregg Bolinger
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I don't think there is a JMS specific project in Eclipse. Just add the JMS jar files to your classpath.


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Jody Seigle
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Maybe I'm missing something. So Eclipse Europa still requires an external Java EE implementation? Do I just need to download Sun's Java EE SDK and add all the JAR files to my classpath?
 
 
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