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Webgain vs JBuilder vs JDeveloper which one is the best IDE for weblogic 6.1

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DEar All,
Please help me in suggesting the best IDE interms of good performance, minimises development time testing time from the Webgain, JBuilder and JDeveloper. I came to know that WEbgain is expesive one probably 4 time greater than the other tools i mentioned, is it really worthy enough to spend that much.
I want to have tight coupling with WEblogic 6.1 also, please suggest me which one is the best intermes of performance and cost.
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Hi giridhar
Did you got reply for your question.
i am in the same hunt.
if you got any reply please let me know..
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This is purely my personal experience and not meant to hurt anybody's sentiments... moreover I've not evaluated any of the above mentioned IDEs' so this should not be taken as a general note.
If you put aside the cost issues involved...
with all due respects and regards to the IDE's mentioned above... I use Rational Rose to develop my EJBs.
and I truly enjoy the utilities associated with this tool. This will also document your code in UML diagrams.. and once you make further changes to your code , you can always Reverse Engineer the applications so that your UML diagrams represent the latest state of your code.
I guess the latest versions of JBuilder is also offering some utilities like this... I haven't worked on it much though.
Hope this is helpful.
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