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Hi,
Does anyone know what IDE's are available to create JSPs? Currenly I use Visual Age for Java to create Servlets but can't seem to find anything that looks after JSPs.
Thanks
Nick
 
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i am using Allaire HomeSite which is a nice IDE supporting jsp, asp and coldfusion.
Also using forte CE 2.0 , but you must have a good system with good ram to run it.
 
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Yeah i found Sun's Forte IDE is very supportive with JSP than any other tool.
 
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Just a side note on Forte, sun now has an add-in for it to assist in deplyment with forte http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/earlyAccess/j2eeide-toolkit/
 
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Try JBuilder too.

Originally posted by Nick Cooper:
Hi,
Does anyone know what IDE's are available to create JSPs? Currenly I use Visual Age for Java to create Servlets but can't seem to find anything that looks after JSPs.
Thanks
Nick


 
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Allaire HomeSite is a good option. In addition, HomeSite has a big brother called JRun Studio that is optimized for use with Allaire's JRun server (but which also provides great JSP support in general).
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