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I am new in the era of developing J2EEprojects. I want to develop a JSP/Servlet Project that have a simple Login Page and want to authenticate it using database.
I want to use an eclipse with JBoss Ide and Oracle .Kindly tell me prerequisite for this tools like which version of Eclipse that have JBoss IDE and which Jboss Server (Version) will be better for me to create a J2EE application and I can also create packeging using XDoclet ,so that I can deploy the project using ear file.
If anyone have any documentation regarding this ,Kindly share the same with [mg eMail edited out. UseTheForumNotEmail] I need it deadly..
None of the Eclipse distros from eclipse.org have JBoss bundled in with them. You'd have to install the J2EE Eclipse distro, then install the jboss plugin from jboss.org AND install jboss itself.
XDoclet is just about extinct and has been ever since Java added its annotation feature somewhere back around Java 5. It should not be used on new development at all.
And, just for the record, I grind my teeth every time someone talks about doing "login pages". Java has a built-in security system that is vastly superior to any of the do-it-yourself login systems that people concoct, and I really, really wish that the authors of J2EE books would stop using "login pages" as examples.
Customer surveys are for companies who didn't pay proper attention to begin with.
I have downloaded latest Eclipse and installed the J Boss Tool.I have also downloaded the J Boss Application Server 7. While creating a Dynamic web project I have created a JSP page. and right click on the project-->Run-->
Here I am not able to see the run on server option and in the configuration window I am not able to fing the JBOSS AS.
You know where the JBoss Tools home page is located, right? You must have gone there to get the downloads. At the top of that page, right next to the large downloads icon, is a large Documentation icon.