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IDE for EJB30

 
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What IDE you guys used for EJB30 or for prepared for SCBCD5.0?

I know we can used any kinds of editor to write the code. But it is a waste of time.

Thank you in advanced for information.
 
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Thanks a lot.

I got Jdeveloper11 from Oracle. It free and support EJB30.

Once I got netbeans, I don't like it.
 
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I use eclipse having jboss plugin.

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Shivani
 
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You can use Eclipse 3.3 Europa for J2EE 5 development,
It supports lots of application servers including Glassfish,
BEA, IBM & JBoss.

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Rajesh
 
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You can also use NetBeans 5.5 or above. Its integration with glassfish is the best.
 
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Hi RajeshKumar,

I download eclipse33 Europa, but I didnot find it has ejb30 features.

Do I need to download any plug-in?

Thank you so much for your help.
 
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http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/apa.html
http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/apas02.html
http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/apas03.html
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HTH,
MZ
 
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Hello Sam,

NO, you don't need to download any Eclipse plug-in for EJB.

All you need to do is to open the J2EE perspective.
& on the New Project dialog box choose EJB project.

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Rajesh
 
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�All you need to do is to open the J2EE perspective.�

SO how to open the j2ee perspective? I tried to find it in help,
project ->properties, and window->preferences, but I didnot find it.

Can you show me how to open it? Thank you so much buddy.
 
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Thank you. I got the eclipse for java ee. I download the wrong one.
 
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I download the 'Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers' (Europa).
There is no 'J2EE' project under File -- New menu.

Am I downloading the wrong version?
Shall I download 'Eclipse IDE for Java Developers' instead?

Thanks
 
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I got a lil' confused too with the Eclipse Europa.

I'm using the ECLIPSE JBOSS IDE 1.6 ,,, it is very nice for EJB 3.0 developement.
 
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