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Eclipse and Java [message #72903] Fri, 04 July 2003 08:47 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mmaru.visiontv.ca

I have taken an intermediate Java course and would like to learn the
following technologies:

Servelates
JSP
EJB
MySQL

What software tools do I need other than Eclipse, JSE 1.4, J2EE, Tomcat,
Apache. The number and variety of tools available is overwhelming and
confusing. I would appreciate if anyone can help to provide me a roadmap.

Thank you,

Mulugeta
Re: Eclipse and Java [message #73173 is a reply to message #72903] Sat, 05 July 2003 13:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: anders_biehl.yahoo.com

Hi,


"Mulugeta" <mmaru@visiontv.ca> wrote in message
news:be3t0q$ln4$1@rogue.oti.com...
> I have taken an intermediate Java course and would like to learn the
> following technologies:
>
> Servelates
> JSP
> EJB
> MySQL
>
> What software tools do I need other than Eclipse, JSE 1.4, J2EE, Tomcat,
> Apache.

Good textbooks?

> The number and variety of tools available is overwhelming and
> confusing. I would appreciate if anyone can help to provide me a roadmap.

Here is a list of plugins - somewhat confusing also, but you can search for
plugins that relate to the technologies you mention.
http://eclipse-plugins.2y.net/eclipse/index.jsp

For servlets you want a plugin for tomcat
Same for JSP

For EJB you probably want www.jboss.org and a plugin for that.

MySQL doesn't seem related to Java or Eclipse, but maybe you want to look at
JDBC and a plugin for executing SQL?

>
> Thank you,
>
> Mulugeta
>

-Anders
Re: Eclipse and Java [message #73209 is a reply to message #73173] Sat, 05 July 2003 15:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: mmaru.visiontv.ca

Anders Biehl wrote:

> Hi,


> "Mulugeta" <mmaru@visiontv.ca> wrote in message
> news:be3t0q$ln4$1@rogue.oti.com...
> > I have taken an intermediate Java course and would like to learn the
> > following technologies:
> >
> > Servelates
> > JSP
> > EJB
> > MySQL
> >
> > What software tools do I need other than Eclipse, JSE 1.4, J2EE, Tomcat,
> > Apache.

> Good textbooks?

> > The number and variety of tools available is overwhelming and
> > confusing. I would appreciate if anyone can help to provide me a roadmap.

> Here is a list of plugins - somewhat confusing also, but you can search for
> plugins that relate to the technologies you mention.
> http://eclipse-plugins.2y.net/eclipse/index.jsp

> For servlets you want a plugin for tomcat
> Same for JSP

> For EJB you probably want www.jboss.org and a plugin for that.

> MySQL doesn't seem related to Java or Eclipse, but maybe you want to look at
> JDBC and a plugin for executing SQL?

> >
> > Thank you,
> >
> > Mulugeta
> >

> -Anders

Anders,

Thank you for your help. The number of choices is confusing. I will just
start with Servelates and JSP.

-Mulugeta
Re: Eclipse and Java [message #73245 is a reply to message #73209] Sat, 05 July 2003 16:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Laura Werner is currently offline Laura Werner
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Registered: July 2009
Member
> Thank you for your help. The number of choices is confusing. I will just
> start with Servelates and JSP.

If you're just going to use servlets and JSPs at first, you might want
to check out the "MyEclpise Enterprise Workbench" at www.myeclipse.org.
It lets you debug servlets, JSPs, and simple JavaBeans pretty easily.
There are other plugins (or combinations of plugins) that do this too,
but they require a lot more manual setup, messing with source paths, and
so on. So far, MyEclipse just works, at least with Tomcat 5. The
downside is that it costs something like $30/year.

Laura
Re: Eclipse and Java [message #73298 is a reply to message #73245] Sat, 05 July 2003 20:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Haris Peco is currently offline Haris Peco
Messages: 1072
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Laura Werner wrote:

>> Thank you for your help. The number of choices is confusing. I will just
>> start with Servelates and JSP.
>
> If you're just going to use servlets and JSPs at first, you might want
> to check out the "MyEclpise Enterprise Workbench" at www.myeclipse.org.
> It lets you debug servlets, JSPs, and simple JavaBeans pretty easily.
> There are other plugins (or combinations of plugins) that do this too,
> but they require a lot more manual setup, messing with source paths, and
> so on. So far, MyEclipse just works, at least with Tomcat 5. The
> downside is that it costs something like $30/year.
>
Site is www.myeclipseide.org
regards
Haris Peco
Re: Eclipse and Java [message #73383 is a reply to message #73298] Sun, 06 July 2003 03:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: stelian.iancu.gmx.net

On Sun, 06 Jul 2003 00:50:28 +0000, snpe <snpe@snpe.co.yu> wrote:

> Laura Werner wrote:
>
>>> Thank you for your help. The number of choices is confusing. I will
>>> just
>>> start with Servelates and JSP.
>>
>> If you're just going to use servlets and JSPs at first, you might want
>> to check out the "MyEclpise Enterprise Workbench" at www.myeclipse.org.
>> It lets you debug servlets, JSPs, and simple JavaBeans pretty easily.
>> There are other plugins (or combinations of plugins) that do this too,
>> but they require a lot more manual setup, messing with source paths, and
>> so on. So far, MyEclipse just works, at least with Tomcat 5. The
>> downside is that it costs something like $30/year.
>>
> Site is www.myeclipseide.org
> regards
> Haris Peco
>

No, it's www.myeclipseide.com :-)

--
Stelian Iancu
Linux Registered User 284835

Be different. Think.
Re: Eclipse and Java [message #73429 is a reply to message #73383] Sun, 06 July 2003 17:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Haris Peco is currently offline Haris Peco
Messages: 1072
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Stelian Iancu wrote:

> On Sun, 06 Jul 2003 00:50:28 +0000, snpe <snpe@snpe.co.yu> wrote:
>
>> Laura Werner wrote:
>>
>>>> Thank you for your help. The number of choices is confusing. I will
>>>> just
>>>> start with Servelates and JSP.
>>>
>>> If you're just going to use servlets and JSPs at first, you might want
>>> to check out the "MyEclpise Enterprise Workbench" at www.myeclipse.org.
>>> It lets you debug servlets, JSPs, and simple JavaBeans pretty easily.
>>> There are other plugins (or combinations of plugins) that do this too,
>>> but they require a lot more manual setup, messing with source paths, and
>>> so on. So far, MyEclipse just works, at least with Tomcat 5. The
>>> downside is that it costs something like $30/year.
>>>
>> Site is www.myeclipseide.org
>> regards
>> Haris Peco
>>
>
> No, it's www.myeclipseide.com :-)
>
Hi Stelian,
www.myeclipseide.org and www.myeclipseide.org are same site
(216.114.78.226)
regards
Haris Peco
Re: Eclipse and Java [message #73920 is a reply to message #73429] Tue, 08 July 2003 08:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Roman Seibold is currently offline Roman Seibold
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
> Hi Stelian,
> www.myeclipseide.org and www.myeclipseide.org are same site
> (216.114.78.226)

Obviously...


SCNR :-)


Roman
Re: Eclipse and Java [message #73936 is a reply to message #73920] Tue, 08 July 2003 11:17 Go to previous message
Haris Peco is currently offline Haris Peco
Messages: 1072
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Roman Seibold wrote:

>
>> Hi Stelian,
>> www.myeclipseide.org and www.myeclipseide.org are same site
>> (216.114.78.226)
>
> Obviously...
>
>
> SCNR :-)
>
X.org i X.com, of course
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