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Tom Tang
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Joined: Dec 24, 2000
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I'm new to JSP. What editor would you recommend to create JSP? Use html editor like HTMLKit or Java editor like Kawa or JCreator?
Another question is how to debug JSP. Is there a compiler for that?


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ramkumar chandramohan
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Joined: Nov 19, 2001
Posts: 17
hi
Ya, u can go for Jrun studio from Allaire (or)Itellij Idea 2.0
Hope this helps u.
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Originally posted by Tom Tang:
I'm new to JSP. What editor would you recommend to create JSP? Use html editor like HTMLKit or Java editor like Kawa or JCreator?
Another question is how to debug JSP. Is there a compiler for that?

Abhinav Sharma
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Joined: Aug 08, 2001
Posts: 25
Hi there,
You can use edit plus which is good for jsp as well as java. You can also use it for c++. I hope this too helps you.
abhinav
Tom Tang
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Joined: Dec 24, 2000
Posts: 133
Thank you both. JRun seems to be what I'm looking for. but I'm having trouble using its debugger. When I start debugging, it always says"An error occurred contacting RDS server(localhost HostName: localhost): 9) Unable to connect to server"
I configured the "remote development setting" to localhost.
All help will be appreciated.
Brent Worden
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Joined: Nov 26, 2001
Posts: 50
I use NetBeans for all my Java development including JSP work. The code completion features it has for JSP files are quite impressive.

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Sreenivasa Majji
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Joined: Jul 12, 2001
Posts: 224
Try Forte for Java from Sun Microsystems.
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Adam Hardy
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Joined: Oct 09, 2001
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has anybody got emacs to work in jsp major-mode?
i'm learning emacs at the moment & i haven't mastered that bit yet.
basically a java-evangelist raved about how good emacs is, & I thought I'd try it. Steep learning curve though. But is it worth it? Any opinions?
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James Hobson
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Joined: Aug 28, 2001
Posts: 140
Re Emacs:
I think text editors are a very good idea. I dont know emacs myself (I use vi or winvi32) -- generally I find that you have a clearer idea of what you wrote it you did it yorself, magical GUI wizards tend to hide what happend during development.
This is great for simple things that work first time, but for "real" work I like to write it character by character, and blame the faults on me not some stupid paperclip that thinks it can code better than me....
So, yes, learn emacs -- you can then work on windows/UNIX/whatever without re-learning new tools.
James
kiran killedar
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Joined: Sep 04, 2001
Posts: 5
U can go for any editor which meintained above but for debugging visual age bye ibm is very good.i mean you can use ibm test environment.
Ashok Talluri
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Joined: Sep 24, 2001
Posts: 31
You can use TextPad from www.textpad.com
Ashik Uzzaman
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Joined: Jul 05, 2001
Posts: 2370

Many Eclipse lovers use Lomboz as J2EE plugin. You'll find it in sourceforge.net/projects/lomboz


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Raghunandhan Ramanujam
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Joined: Jun 23, 2003
Posts: 10
emacs should do fine
 
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