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may i use IDE's ????

 
Niranjan Deshpande
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hi all...

. i have got a feel of hoe to run the servlets/jsp code using
the BEGINNERS's process -

"copy the class file into the appropriate directory and type in a path into the browser address
box, this path should be as per the entries made in web.xml"


i have installed 'eclipse' and 'sun studio creator' on my system. having done this, would it be fine if i start using the IDE's and let the IDE take care of the directory structure and web.xml entrie ? or Do i still need to follow the begineer's
process as procedure to know the 'deployment descripto' for the exam ?

please reply me. i have donloaded tutuorials on how to use the IDE's !

thanx in advance
 
Theodore Casser
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I would suggest that it's a good idea to know how to do everything without an IDE - knowing how everything works in the raw is part of the exam. That assumes, of course, that you're planning on eventually persuing the exam.

(That said, I use an IDE at work, but still.)
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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