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Get your free Oracle WebLogic Server Plug-in for Eclipse 3.4 [message #16261] Wed, 27 August 2008 22:23
Pieter Humphrey is currently offline Pieter HumphreyFriend
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This certified set of Eclipse plug-ins is designed to help develop, deploy
and debug applications for Oracle WebLogic Server. It installs as a plug-in
to your existing Eclipse, or will install Eclipse for you, and supports your
favorite server or servlet engine.

In it's initial release, this is simply a re-brand of the WLS tools project
a.k.a WebLogic Server Tools, combined with the Facelets Incubator and Oracle
Plugin for DTP. Longer term, the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse will be
the basis for Oracle's strategic Eclipse offering, combining the best Java
EE development features of Oracle Workshop for WebLogic and Oracle's
independent contributions to the Eclipse platform.


OTN Download Site x.html

OTN Homepage r-eclipse/index.html

Eclipse 3.3 Update site URL:

Eclipse 3.4 Update site URL:

In addition to capabilities provided by Eclipse and Web tools platform, OEPE
provides the following features:

-Fastswap - Java Class Redefinition support for WebLogic Server

-Develop, debug and deploy to Oracle WebLogic Server 10gR3, and multiple
previous versions

-Remote deployment and debugging, JSP Debugging for WebLogic Server 9.x
and higher

-Virtual EAR technology that improves WebLogic Server deployment
performance for large applications

-Leverage WebLogic Shared J2EE Libraries to make packaging of Enterprise
Java Applications easier and faster

-Deployment descriptor editors for weblogic.xml and weblogic-application.xml

-Oracle Database Plug-in for Eclipse Data Tools Platform

-Facelets Tools Project (Incubator)
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