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IBM WebShere Applicaiton Developer 4.0.3 GUI builder

 
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Hello,
I have downloaded IBM WebSphere Application Developer Version 4.0.3.
But I am not able to find any GUI builder with it as my requirement is to make a Java UI based on Swing.
Specifically when I click on the open with on any java file in the Project Navigator it gives me three options ,open with Java Editor ,open with Enterprise Java Bean Editor and open with default editor there is no Visual Editor is shown .
Kindly tell what I need to do, either GUI builder is provided with IBM Web Sphere Application Developer Trial Edition or Not.

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Originally posted by awais bajwa:
Kindly tell what I need to do, either GUI builder is provided with IBM Web Sphere Application Developer Trial Edition or Not.


It is not available in WSAD 4.03.
 
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Sorry sir,
have a look at these features .
http://www-3.ibm.com/software/ad/studioappdev/
they are providing Visual Editor wiht WSAD 4.3 but from where to find in the IDE is the question.?
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Hi,
I think you may want to look at IBM VAJ 4.x. VAJ has a GUI design tool for creating AWT/SWING clients.
Good luck,
Michael
 
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WSAD 4.03 has a visual editor - try right clicking on your class in the package explorer, then "open with" - you'll notice that you get two choices there - a visual editor (the GUI editor), or the Java editor.
WSAD 5 makes this a little simpler as you can jump into a visual editor straight from the "right click-New-Other-Java-Visual Class" Dialog selection path.
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4.03 does NOT have a Visual Editor -- unless you're working from a special IBM build where you installed Gili Mendel's editor directly, there is no Visual Editor in 4.03. You must be thinking of the 5.0 EA -- not 4.03.
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