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    Mike Payne Guest

    Java Development Tools


    Which is the best Java development tool for servlets ?

    Inprise's JBuilder

    Symantec's Visual Cafe

    I am working my first Java project and need help.

    Thanks,
    Mike Payne





  2. #2
    darryl Guest

    Re: Java Development Tools


    "Mike Payne" <MPayne@qpak.com> wrote:
    >
    >Which is the best Java development tool for servlets ?
    >
    > Inprise's JBuilder
    >
    > Symantec's Visual Cafe
    >
    >I am working my first Java project and need help.
    >
    >Thanks,
    > Mike Payne
    >
    >
    >
    >

    i've used them both. for servlets, either one is fine to get started, but
    you will soon need to get completely away from the IDE once you run servlets
    of any complexity. best start by creating a solid logging system...

  3. #3
    Henryk Guest

    Re: Java Development Tools


    "Mike Payne" <MPayne@qpak.com> wrote:
    >
    >Which is the best Java development tool for servlets ?
    >
    > Inprise's JBuilder
    >
    > Symantec's Visual Cafe
    >
    >I am working my first Java project and need help.
    >
    >Thanks,
    > Mike Payne
    >
    >
    >
    >

    I've tried out them all. Forte, Visual Age, AnyJ - you name it.
    My preferred choice, now for almost a year is Free Java or RealJ as it is
    called now.
    it's small, fast and functional. Take a look at www.realj.com.


  4. #4
    Sandra Guest

    Re: Java Development Tools


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    >of any complexity. best start by creating a solid logging system...


    You can jump start the logging and other server side foundation level development
    and get right into application logic:

    You might want to have a look at the **open source** Expresso Framework available
    at www.javacorporate.

    It offers logging, connection pooling component, as well as security, access
    to databases, email connectivity, job control, health check, event notification,
    database objects, configuration values, and access to other server-side components.




    Sandra



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