I want to develop an ERP using java and....
Hi, I'm new in Java. I have develop an ERP using Centura Builder but now I
want to migrate it to Java. I know I must rewrite all the code but my question
is , Which IDE should I use?. Until now i have considered 3 options: JDeveloper,
JBuilder and Visual Age for Java. The ERP must be client/server enable, web
enable and runs over any database (i think JDeveloper runs only over Oracle)
Thanks for your answers.....
Re: I want to develop an ERP using java and....
I'm afraid my opinion may be that of a minority of professional Java developers.
I have stopped using Forte CE and JBuilder because it is too difficult to
change the directory structure and/or the package structure mid-way into
a project. Maybe it's just me, but I find it more trouble than it's worth
trying to get the classpath issues straightened out so as to be able to compile
and run inside the IDE so as to get the same results as doing same outside
of the IDE.
I find it much more productive to use a simple, cheap shareware text editor
that has simple code highlighting, bookmarking, and "go to line number" capability.
Basically these are "notepad" type editors with a few extra features. What
I do is fire up five or ten of these editors, each pointing to a different
source program, usually in different directories.
In order to compile from different directories, I put a bat file in each
directory that when invoked will properly compile the programs in that directory
in a "DOS" window. (I develop on WinNT and deploy on Sun Solaris).
It sounds primitive, but I get an amazing amount of work done with this
simple system. And, I can move my directories around or change my package
names with no hassle whatever.
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