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1) Does IntelliJ come with an application server?
2) In a team environment, how well does it support synchronising of work?
3) Does it support other application servers like Netbeans does whereby you just need to register the prefered server?
4) With regards to EJB3.0 what form of persitence does it use/support?
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Hello Patrick,

1) No, we don't bundle any application server with IntelliJ IDEA.

2) I don't quite understand what exactly you mean by this question. IntelliJ IDEA has a very good integration with the commonly used version control systems, and it also has a built-in instant messaging feature which also allows you to exchange code snippets with your colleagues. If you mean some other feature, please describe what you mean in a bit more detail.

3) Yes, IntelliJ IDEA supports Tomcat, Weblogic, WebSphere, JBoss, Geronimo and GlassFish. You can register your existing application server installation in IntelliJ IDEA.

4) IntelliJ IDEA fully supports the EJB 3.0 specification. You can find more information about our EJB support features at
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