Developement Of Enterprise Applications in NetBeans IDE24 March 2007
Eclipse is a good Java development environment, But Eclipse itself does’nt support Enterprise Applications. We need to add plugins to it and configure for it. But NetBeans IDE has several features which are very useful for a beginner who is learning Enterprise Applications. It has inbuilt support of Sun Application Server. You need not to configure Application Server in IDE. To develop Session, Entity Beans, Web Services NetBeans provide a great support. It has inbuilt GUI which is very useful to develop Enterprise Applications. NetBeans generates source code for EJB’s, build the module. It also packages Enterprise Applications in jar/war files. Deploying application is very easy just a “click” away. After deploying the Enterprise Applications you can even test your code by making Client applications. Even it generates client code you just need to code your business logic in classes and it launches your Client application within IDE.
So after creating an Enterprise Application it is very easy to build and deploy the application using IDE. I will soon update some snapshots for developing Enterprise Application here for better understanding of NetBeans users.
- Calling A Session Bean Using A Web Module
- Configuring Enterprise Application Servers In NetBeans IDE
- Creating J2ee Modules In NetBeans IDE
- Calling a Stateful Session bean in NetBeans
- Calling a Message Driven Bean in NetBeans
- Creating a Session Ejb in NetBeans IDE
- How to set General options in NetBeans IDE
- Generating JavaDoc For a Project In NetBeans IDE
- How To Edit/Add JSP Pages in NetBeans IDE
It will look like this: Developement Of Enterprise Applications in NetBeans IDE