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Hi, i want to know what exactly is the difference between the 'Java' and 'J2EE' perspective in eclipse. Why one should should switch into respective perspective and works ?
Can i work in 'Java' Perspective even though if iam working on JAVA J2EE project using Struts, Spring or Hibernate .
Please explain me briefly as i'm a new developer using eclipse.
Thanks in advance.
Vinod Kumar Nair
"Any fool can write code that a computer can understan. Good programmers write code that humans can understand."
A perspective is just a set of views, menus and commands which you are likely to use during your development. Different perspectives will show different views. You can use the Java perspective to work with Struts, Spring... You can also add the J2EE views to your Java perspective if you want.