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What is the difference between eclipse and wsad?

 
Glen Cai
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WSAD is built on elipse.
What does WSAD have but eclipse not?
Thanks.
[ April 11, 2003: Message edited by: Glen Cai ]
 
Byron Estes
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Eclipse is an application framework. WSAD is implemented using that framework.
 
Jim Baker
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Both Eclipse and WSAD are IDE. Eclipse
is free and WSAD is not. WSAD has many
J2EE supports, especially for Websphere.
 
Stefan Zoerner
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Some features, WSAD 5 has:
* Integrated Test Environment incl. Debugging Support for JSPs ans Servlets, EJBs for
- Tomcat 3, 4
- WebSphere 4, 5, Express 5
* XML-Support incl. XSLT-Debugging
* Tools for Relational Databases
* Wizards for creating Web Services for EJBs, JavaBeans, ...
* ...
Greetings from Hamburg,
Stefan
 
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