|Re: Hibernate, Spring and Struts in Eclipse 3.6 (Helios) [message #551320 is a reply to message #551313]
||Thu, 05 August 2010 23:31
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 2010.08.05 15:38, Esh wrote:|
> I am new to Eclipse, though not to Java.
> I have downloaded Eclipse (3.6) Helios and have already executed some
> Java applications to make sure the IDE is working.
> Now, I want to know which version of the plugins for:
> a) Struts
> b) Hibernate (I downloaded 3.5.4 final but it doesnt seem to work)
So, you're probably not new to Hibernate, however, I tackle it from an
Eclipse point of view in an article at
http://www.javahotchocolate.com/tutorials/hibernate.html I'll bet what
puzzles you is explained in there. Ignore the stupid bits of the article
and you're there.
> c) Spring
There are two ways of doing Spring. The first is to download the
plug-ins for Eclipse. I haven't done this, but I think it's the most
common and the most stable. More on plug-ins in a moment...
Second, you could download the SpringSource Tool Suite (STS) from
Spring. If you can get it set up just right, it's pretty cool. I find
that it's hard to get and set up a copy that is stable on either Linux
or Windows, though I haven't tried since the beginning of the year. At
this point, I'm not doing any Spring, but I expect that will change soon.
> I need to download and place them where exactly (somewhere I read I
> should put the jars under <eclipse/plugins> folder ) for these to work.
Always and only install new software (read: plug-ins) using Help ->
Install New Software. There is another option, using the dropins
subdirectory under eclipse, but that's a last-ditch thing to be avoided
as long as you can.
> Also, there is no <Software Updates> submenu under the Tools menu.
Probably because you were really looking for the Help -> Install New
Software or the Help -> Check for Updates menu items?
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