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IDE for JSPs

Hi All,

I need to develop JSPs for my iViews and i was wondering if any of you have recommendations regarding a good IDE, preferably one which integrates to eclipse and tomcat (as these are the tools for the PDK).

I have just downloaded LOMBOZ plugin (which is supposed to facilitate exactly these purposes) but i'm having a hard time integrating it with the the tomcat\jdk (i always need to manualy set the class path for each J2EE project). Can anyone give me a few hints on that?

Thanks

Amit

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  • Oct 14, 2003 at 01:12 PM

    Hi Amit,

    I cannot recommend here JSP tools for eclipse, but ther is a community link on www.eclipse.org which leads to alot of useful eclipse plugins (about 400).

    See also the thread from Patrick Höfer. I like definetively, as he does, Dreamweaver.

    Oliver

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      Hi Amitl,

      i use Dreamweaver for JSP Development. With importing the HTMLB Taglib and the Eclipse Integration you have a very good JSP Editor for your iViews.

      Take a look in my "Dreamweaver Thread". I can eMail you a Screenshot how it looks like.

      Best Regards,

      Patrick

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    Dec 03, 2003 at 03:56 PM

    Hello Amit,

    I need to know what exactly is eclipse and tomcat can u send any good link for the same.

    or can u tell me the source how to use eclipse and where to use < ? > in what scenario.

    Looking forward to your reply.

    Prasad.

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    Jan 29, 2004 at 09:42 AM

    Hi @ all,

    did you get lomboz to work?

    We have set it up but we have trouble with the sap standard jsp s

    the taglibs for isa and isacore are included nad lomboz reports that the file is not found

    <%@ taglib uri="/isa" prefix="isa" %>

    <%@ taglib uri="/isacore" prefix="isacore" %>

    JSP Parsing Error:File"/isa" not found

    does this sound familiar?`

    got any ideas how this can be resolved?

    Thanks in advance

    holger

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      Hi.

      I am also having trouble referencing external JSP custom taglib's in my portal JSP pages. Please can someone provide an accurate example of which directory the tld file should be in within the .par, and what the taglib uri reference within the JSP page should look like.

      Many thanks,

      Mark