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any good IDE for EJB generation

 
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Please advise me any good IDE for EJB generation. I am looking for automatic tools to generate EJB's for development.
Thanks in advance.
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have you tried Visual Age For java?
 
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try visual cafe also
 
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I would also try EJBMaker - ( note to self - try this over next weekend ) http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/ejbmaker
The main reason why i am tempted to try this is coz
1. claims to support "Common EJB patters"
2. its free
3. Its from IBM
4. Sensitive fields can be encrypted using JCE ?
5. Claims to support any j2ee compliant app server ( more work for my jboss and lutris !)

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