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IDE for BCD5.0

 
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Hi all,

I am planning to use this IDE for my preparation.

Is this OK ?

After all those painful compilaing for SCJP and SCWCD, now we can take the luxury of a IDE
 
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Hi,

I am using NetBean 6.0
 
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does it have a databse shippped in the server in it ... letting us do some common thigs like basic operations on tables ?
 
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Originally posted by Niranjan Deshpande:
does it have a databse shippped in the server in it ... letting us do some common thigs like basic operations on tables ?

Yes.
 
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Hi !!!
I find Eclipse Europa's new features very interesting for java EE developpement.
I have not used Netbeans. With Eclipse Europa + JBoss you can write small examples for your EJB 3.0, in a few minutes.

Good luck !!!
 
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I think MyEclipse run stable, fast. MyEclipse has Database and a lot of shortcuts, but we have to pre-install an Application Server.
 
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Originally posted by Niranjan Deshpande:
Hi all,

I am planning to use this IDE for my preparation.

Is this OK ?

After all those painful compilaing for SCJP and SCWCD, now we can take the luxury of a IDE



Do not use the automatic functions of IDEs when preparing for SCBCD.

You would not learn what you need for SCBCD if you will use IDEs to do the stuff for you.

E.g. if you ask the IDE to generate bean classes using existing database, then you will not learn how to write bean classes, which is a definite item in the exam.
 
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Thanks a lot guys..

How am I going to pre install the features ?

and yes...I am going to write the classes...at least once..thereafter i will use the IDE

any more comments

i have downloaded the eclipse europa for jee development...yet to get started with it
 
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I tried making a ejb project int he europa eclipse

but i get the following errors -

"jdk5 or higher is needed" when i used persistence as one of the libraries in configurin the project. i have jdk1.6 installed already.

also i get some class path missing entry when i am to make a new jboss server configuration in eclipse.

please help me out...

is there any step by step tutorial that will tell me how to run a sample hello world ejb that also accesses the built in database of jboss?

please help !!
 
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