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Java Development enviroment hosted on Citrix

yogesh sood
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Hi,

Does any one have experience on deploying/working on a multi-user java development environment. What I mean is that individual user log on to a remote Citrix server and works in his/her own development environments which share the Citrix servers resources, but each developers gets his own independent simulated enviorment to work for core java development with tools like eclipse, optimizeIt, JDK. etc.

Any feedback/ problems faced/ views on is what I am looking for.


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Please do not post the same question to multiple forums: CarefullyChooseOneForum

Let's continue the discussion in this duplicate thread in the general Computing forum, where it is a better fit.


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