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From "Craig McClanahan" <craig...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Struts Editing in IDE
Date Tue, 06 Jun 2006 05:44:31 GMT
On 6/5/06, Andrè Kapp (AJ) <KappAJ@telkom.co.za> wrote:
>
>
> All you need is the base Eclipse 3.2 and then MyEclipse on top of that
> -
> Standard with MyEclipse is support for Struts 1.0 /1.1/ 1.2, etc...
> Also included is support for JSF, Hibernate, Proper JSP editor,
> Database Explorer....
> It wil cost you a license fee of +- $30.00 but it is money well worth
> spend.
>
> Here is the web-site link  http://www.myeclipseide.com/
>
> This is really ALL you need


Or you could do this kind of thing with NetBeans 5.0 or 5.5 beta, and spend
your $30 on more important stuff like beer :-).

However, neither of these solutions really addresses the "drag and drop"
request from the original poster.  The tools that support Struts have tended
to focus on automating creation of the configuration files, and making the
process of hand coding JSP pages less painful.  If you really want
visualization of what your page is going to look like at runtime, from
within a tool, you'll likely want to take a look at tools based on
JavaServer Faces (such as Sun Java Studio Creator, Oracle JDeveloper, and so
on) instead, that provide this capability as a first class feature of the
tool.

Craig McClanahan

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