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I am creating one web application using Java/J2EE. My web page would contain menu and sub menu system.
I have to use HTML/JSP/Servlet/EJB/SQL Server.

For HTML I am using dream weaver and for java code notepad.
I want to use some GUI tool to develop this application.
1. GUI for developing HTML page and text editor for Java code with drag and drop facility for HTML and JAVA both with easy integration between these two technology components.
Or
2. Any single GUI tool which provide HTML and JAVA/J2EE editor and drag and drop facility for HTML and JAVA both.

Please help me by suggesting!
 
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Mohit,
Welcome to the Ranch.

Please do take out time to CarefullyChooseOneForum
This forum is for portals and portlets related question. We have a separate forum dedicated to IDE related questions. I will move this thread over there for you.
In the meanwhile, please go through http://faq.javaranch.com/java/HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch
 
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I'd suggest not using anything drag-n-drop. If you're dead-et on having a tool write your HTML (which almost never works well), consider JSF as a framework, as it's more amenable to such things, although I don't know the current state of IDE support for that.
 
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Try Eclipse plus JBoss Tools. With that combination I get a WYSWYG HTML editor.
 
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