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    Default About installation of Ide of java

    I am new in java.I want to install java IDE,i have 2 options netbean & eclipse ,I want to prefer built in controls like VStudio of dotnet,

    I need working in web development.
    I want to use tomcat & MSSQL 2000.

    Kindly suggest me better with versions of IDE & tomcat version
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    3. I suggest eclipse since its a portable IDE and has more features while netbeans has some boundaries. Netbeans is picky, java only, buggy and sketchy with javascript.
    4. Use Tomcat v6. (Eclipse won't allow you to set up version 6, but install it and select version 5)
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    Netbeans is no more buggy than Eclipse.
    It's as portable as Eclipse (well, there's windows and linux versions, and I expect a Mac one?).
    It's not Java only (my version has PHP and C/C++ editors on it for example).

    I have no idea which version you last used...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sno View Post
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    4. Use Tomcat v6. (Eclipse won't allow you to set up version 6, but install it and select version 5)
    Eclipse allows you to setup Tomcat version 6. You are probably using a very old version released before Tomcat 6 was released.

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    any other suggestion? I have still doubts ,I think i have to install both & choose one after using,

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    Quote Originally Posted by r035198x View Post
    Eclipse allows you to setup Tomcat version 6. You are probably using a very old version released before Tomcat 6 was released.
    :o you are correct, Eclipse does. I was thinking about my jboss server. I have jboss 6, but it only goes to jboss 5.
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    Netbeans generates much more codes than eclipse.but eclipse is used in real time. its better you learn the hard way...use eclipse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aseem View Post
    Netbeans generates much more codes than eclipse.
    If you're referring to the Matisse drag-and-drop Swing GUI builder, then please understand that Eclipse has plugins for this (though I've never used any).

    but eclipse is used in real time.
    No idea what you mean here. Can you clarify please?

    its better you learn the hard way...use eclipse.
    And this too -- please clarify. Myself, I find Eclipse easier to use than NetBeans, but this is simply my lowly personal observation and not a general rule that has been verified by testing that I've done.

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    I've used both...and currently InetlliJ IDEA.
    To be honest, I find little difference between Netbeans and Eclipse (and I wouldn't use a GUI generator anyway, so can't say about that).
    IntelliJ might be better, but I've only used it for a couple of months, so I'm still in the "finding how to do things I could do in the others" stage.

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