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IBM's Rational Softwaware IDE for Java

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I don't know the exact name of IBM's Rational Software IDE for Java
but mean that new version than IBM's WSAD.

What are the other real possibilities for IDE if you have to develope
Java software into WebSphere environment?
That Rational's IDE (I have version 6.0) is full of bugs!
It does not refersh files properly into IDE if files change in filesystem.
I don't even remember all problems what I have had with environment thats
why I would like to another possible IDE?

Does JIdea have any support for WebSphere? Or do you use other products?
Please tell me, thanks!
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IBM's Rational Application Developer improved significantly with version 6.1 Upgrade to that release, and you won't be disappointed.

WebSphere is a fully complian J2EE application server. Any valid war or ear file can be deployed directly to WebSphere. You don't have to limit yourself.

I still love IRAD though.

-Cameron McKenzie
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