Genuitec releases $30 MyEclipse J2EE Enterprise Workbench

Discussion in 'Java' started by MyEclipse Support, Jul 23, 2003.

  1. Genuitec, LLC has released version 2.5 of its MyEclipse J2EE
    Enterprise Workbench for the Windows and Linux platforms. MyEclipse
    Enterprise Workbench seamlessly extends Eclipse 2.1 to include a rich
    set of Web and EJB development tools, numerous application server
    connectors, and advanced exploded/packaged deployment capabilities.
    For a $29.95/yr subscription you receive unlimited MyEclipse upgrades,
    free email support, and portal access to MyEclipse information
    resources and best practices.

    A free 30-day trial is available at www.myeclipseide.com

    Web Development Tools
    - Smart editors with code completion and syntax coloring: JSP, HTML,
    XML, and CSS.
    - JSP syntax validation and native JSP source debugging - support for
    JSR045.
    - Customizable creation templates for JSP's HTML, XML, Servlets, and
    Applets.
    - Integrated browser for real-time rendering.
    - XDoclet Support

    Productivity Wizards
    - Creation of Web, EAR and EJB projects.
    - Java Project to Web Project configuration.
    - EJB Wizards for Session, Entity and Message Beans
    - Sync-on-Demand automated deployment of applications to integrated
    servers.
    - Archive-based deployment (EAR, WAR, JAR)

    Application Server Integration
    - Bejy, JBoss, Oracle 9i/AS, Orion, Tomcat,WebLogic and WebSphere.
    - Integrated controls for starting, stopping servers.
    - Server output redirected to Eclipse console.
    - Full hot-swap debugging support for deployed applications.

    Packaging and Installation
    -Windows and Linux support.
    - Professional installer.
    - Free online support.
    - Documentation and tutorials.

    Download MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench at www.myeclipseide.com
    MyEclipse Support, Jul 23, 2003
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