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From "Navjot Singh" <navjo...@net4india.net>
Subject RE: [OT] Good env for struts-based-web-tier and ejb components development
Date Fri, 04 Jun 2004 07:12:32 GMT
Thx for your inputs guys.

Ultraedit is good but not good for java development. I have been using it
for perl.
Jedit is also good but not as good as eclipse.

I have decided to adopt Eclipse+(MyEclipse+XDoclet)+Ant to start my project.
Quite powerful combination for me.

thx again.
navjot

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Andrea M. [mailto:andrea.missinato@fastwebnet.it]
>Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2004 8:37 PM
>To: 'Struts Users Mailing List'
>Subject: R: [OT] Good env for struts-based-web-tier and ejb components
>development
>
>
>Mah
>Sincerely... there are features in IDEs that I don't know how would I do
>without.. like code insight... web descriptor (and even struts descriptor)
>editing.. and so on
>
>Of course I could do everything with notepad, but that often means getting
>crazy just to find a simple syntax error, or event to remember
>which methods
>are you inheriting up to the three.
>Noway.. I'll be a geek if you like but I don’t like to suffer with no
>reason.
>
>
>
>-----Messaggio originale-----
>Da: Marco Mistroni [mailto:mmistroni@waersystems.com]
>Inviato: giovedì 3 giugno 2004 15.50
>A: 'Struts Users Mailing List'
>Oggetto: RE: [OT] Good env for struts-based-web-tier and ejb components
>development
>
>Hi there,
>	Jedit+xdoclet+mysql+junit+dbunit+maven
>
>And u would write code, generate what u need, test it and deploy
>It with one click......
>
>IDE r powerful, no doubt on that, but I prefer plain old notepad..
>If u end up getting acquainted with a powerful IDE, then as soon
>As u change it u get lost............
>
>My 2 cents
>
>Regards
>	marco
>
>
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Navjot Singh [mailto:navjot.s@net4india.net]
>Sent: 03 June 2004 06:12
>To: Struts Users Mailing List
>Subject: [OT] Good env for struts-based-web-tier and ejb components
>development
>
>Hi List,
>
>I am about to start development work on some auction site which in
>principle
>is similar to e-bay but not of that scale. I will be using J2EE+Jboss.
>
>What kind of IDE development environment do you guys use for the
>development?
>
>I just tried Eclipse + EasyStruts + Lomboz. Lomboz is good but not good
>enough.
>
>1. I still have to carefully edit ejb-jar and jboss files to make my
>things
>run.
>2. The directory structure that it creates in the background is not
>good.
>3. The xdoclet tags that it generates is for all servers. e.g JOnAs
>jboss,
>weblogic. but i need for only jboss.
>4. The build files that it generates are bit obscure.
>
>Easy Struts is just OK and doesn't provide much time saving to me. I can
>live without it also. Moreover, EasyStruts doesn't work with Eclipse
>3.0.
>
>In nutshell, the entire development environment becomes unorganized, if
>not
>complex.
>
>I wish to know what kinda env do you use? How do streamline your
>development
>process?
>
>TIA
>Navjot Singh
>
>
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