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Java 7 Jax-ws: which IDE is better to use with?

Rogerio Kioshi
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Joined: Apr 12, 2005
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Hi,

I'd like to know which IDE would you use to work with Java 7 Jax-ws. Are there many plugins?


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Palak Mathur
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Netbeans is good enough. I have used it and it is quite easy to create webservices.


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Ed McGee
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Joined: Jun 26, 2012
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We are still contemplating the upgrade from Java 6 to 7 and we currently develop using Oracle's JDeveloper. In addition, I am new to web service development. Is there much difference between JDeveloper and NetBeans IDE? Which version should we begin with? I noticed the book indicates we should use NetBeans 7. Will we be able to upgrade our Java 6 web services to 7 via our WSDLs alone or are further considerations necessary?
Aniruddh Joshi
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Joined: Jul 29, 2008
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To my knowledge, JDeveloper has not evolved as much as netbeans or eclipse.
I have actually not seen anybody use it in last 5 years

Which version should we begin with?

Begin with the latest(or the one earlier) version. The one earlier will save you from any unstable features.

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