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J2EE with Forte or Kawa

 
Ian Cockcroft
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Hi everyone, I have downloaded Forte(community edition) and J2EE1.3, now I am trying to get forte to use the J2EE SDK, is this possible. or do I need J2re or something else?
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Ian
 
Wouter Zelle
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You need the J2SE for basic Java 2 stuff. J2EE is an extension to J2SE that provides servlets, EJB, etc.
 
Mario Camou
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There are a couple of things you can do. There's the J2EE IDE Toolkit that allows Forte CE to talk to the J2EE container (it actually calls the DeployTool from inside Forte plus adds a couple of templates for EJBs). It's here Also, if you use jBoss LogicFlow has a plug-in for Forte CE.
Originally posted by Ian Cockcroft:
Hi everyone, I have downloaded Forte(community edition) and J2EE1.3, now I am trying to get forte to use the J2EE SDK, is this possible. or do I need J2re or something else?
Thanks
Ian
 
Doug Wang
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Please Note that the J2EE IDE Toolkit is supported only with Release 2.0 of Forte CE.
Kawa should be a powerful tool for developing Java application, but it is discontinued since Macromedia merged Allaire.
The good news is that Macromedia has released a JRun Enterprise Deployment Wizard to aid developers in the creation, packaging and deployment of EJBs. You can launch it from command line or from within a Java IDE like Forte.
[ May 09, 2002: Message edited by: Doug Wang ]
 
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