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Pleas advise best debugging ide/tool for servlets

 
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Please advice best debugging ide/tool for servlets
 
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If you have a 1000Mhz+ P-III or P-IV with 512 MB of RAM,
Visual Age for Java 3.5 Enterprise Edition has a JSP Execution Monitor...
 
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Log files and the human mind. Debuggers cannot be relied on so much due to you may get different results from various application servers.
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In Gates we trust. Yeah right....
 
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Originally posted by Tony Alicea:
If you have a [b]1000Mhz+ P-III or P-IV with 512 MB of RAM,
Visual Age for Java 3.5 Enterprise Edition has a JSP Execution Monitor...
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If someone has a power computer then it's best to get Forte for Java and it's free! The community edition anyway, but it does come with JPDA visual debugger.
 
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I use Forte on a P1 133mhz with 64M ram but it is extreemly slow. I did not find the debugger easy to understand and use(for anything), so I just use System.out.println() statements to debug.
 
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