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ramesh kancherla
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Hi,
this is Ramesh. I have to implement one web application project using spring ,Hiberanate and RestFull webservice technologies.

can any one please give me suggestion for which IDE is prefer for these technologies.

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Ramesh K
 
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My advice is Eclipse Europa.
 
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Please use more informative titles for your threads.

There is no such thing as a "best" IDE; I like Eclipse myself, but you should be able to do it with any IDE assuming it has the appropriate plug-in.
 
ramesh kancherla
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Hi kumar,

in Eclipse Europa is code generate automatically.
I mean hibernate hbm files, config files, pojos are in hibernate and ApplicationContext.xml, dispatcher-servlet.xml are in spring.
will be ide generate these files.

can you please tell me.

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Ramesh K
 
Satish Chilukuri
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I'm not sure if a default installation of Europa has hibernate code generation (Jboss has a set of plugins which include hibernate support among others), but it definitely doesn't have support for Spring. For that you need the Spring IDE plugin.

I suggest you try Netbeans (the latest version has support for hibernate and spring) as well and see which IDE you are comfortable with.
 
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