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finally i agreed that it is better to use IBM server with IBM tools.
i have a question to ask, it is enough to use websphere studio advanced edition if i want to develop JSP, Servlet & Javabean?
seems VAJ professional edition is included in the Websphere studio package
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Actually, VAJ is the preferred tool for Servlets, JSP's and JavaBeans. That is because it includes the built-in WebSphere Test Environment (WTE) for testing those classes immediately without having to deploy them into a separate WebSphere instance.
I strongly suggest you go get a copy of my book if you intend on using the IBM toolset -- it explains the ins and outs of how these tools work.
On the other hand,you might want to check out the URL I gave you in a previous posting that allows you to download the new IBM toolset (IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer, or WSAD).
Kyle Brown,
Author of Enterprise Java (tm) Programming with IBM Websphere
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thanks kyle! you are so helpful, i would like to buy your books!
BTW, 1 more question, i was using VAJ for professional, but i can only create/develop Servlets and Javabean with it, i don't know how to create/develop JSPs with it but with Websphere Studio! can any1 tell me why?
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