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IDE with JBoss?

 
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Hi,
Is it possible to use an IDE with JBoss? IF so, how?
Thanks,
Aruna
 
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Hi there,
I understand that the JBoss community is working on an IDE plugin for the IBM's Eclipse application. I haven't used it but can tell you that it is available for download from the following URL:
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/jboss
This page contains a list of downloads. Look for the ones starting with 'jbosside*'.
Cheers,
Darryl
 
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Well, I have downloaded the last version of JBossIDE and I've installed with Eclipse M5. The result was that I couldn't open any .java file in the editor anymore. So I guess we have to wait a little bit more for another version.
Another IDE I use for now (altough it's not free) is Borland's JBuilder 8.0 Enterprise and it works fine with JBoss. Altough it doesn't have JBoss integration by default, there are several Open Tools (JBuilder plug-ins) that do the job.
 
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NetBeans integrates with JBoss:
http://www.netbeans.org/devhome/docs/howtos/jboss.html
 
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I'm using the JBoss IDE 1.0.1 with Eclipse and it works greatly.
Marco
 
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Originally posted by Marco Tedone:
I'm using the JBoss IDE 1.0.1 with Eclipse and it works greatly.
Marco


What version of Eclipse are you using?
 
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Hi.
If you're using JBuilder, there is good opentool for generation dd for your needs. Please look here for my post: https://coderanch.com/t/311004/EJB-JEE/java/JBuilder-Free-Application-Server
It may be usefull.
Regards, Volodymyr.
 
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Hi Friends,
Has anybody tried developing and deploying EJB to JBoss3x. using JBuilder7 . I am also using open source tool of Protegea. I have followed their instruction fully but no EJB jar is created.
Obviously I am missing something.
Thanks in adv
Sandeep
 
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I have but I did not use JBuilder. I just used command line and ran the examples from the ORiely EJB book.
 
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I am using Oracle JDeveloper903. I have it configured and running pretty smoothly with JBoss303/tomcat411 on WinXpPro.
I found several sources of info for using JDev with JBoss.
oracles otn site:
http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/howtos/appservers/deploy_bc4j903_to_jboss303.html
another good one is : http://mattkelli.com/tech/jboss/oracle9i/jdev903.htm
 
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