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New Release of Oracle9i JDeveloper Supports J2EE 1.3 Standards, Open Source Integration, Web Services
New Release of Oracle9i JDeveloper Supports J2EE 1.3 Standards, Open Source Integration, Web Services

(November 1, 2002) - This week, Oracle released the latest version of its Java IDE, Oracle9i JDeveloper 9.0.3, featuring full support for the latest J2EE 1.3 specifications. The new version of Oracle's development tool includes built-in integration with the most popular open source software, including Apache Ant, Jakarta Struts, JUnit, and CVS.

A unique new feature, MyJDeveloper Extension Manager, allows developers to simply enable or disable product extensions and functionality to suit their exact development requirements. The new release also helps developers rapidly create business logic in Java or PL/SQL using Java classes, database stored procedures, or EJB, and expose them as Web services, all within the same tool. The entire development life cycle of Web services is now supported, including visual development, creation, publishing, UDDI discovery, testing and debugging, as well as interoperability with .NET Web services.

Version 9.0.3 is priced at $995 per named user. Developers can immediately download the new tool directly from the Oracle Technology Network (OTN), at http://technet.oracle.com/.

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There is a free downloadable version too. It is nice, comes with integrated UML tool.
But: no export/import;
no visual development (JSP/Applets);
no integration with WebLogic or WebSphere;
no other version controls (e.g. Perforce)
Are they moving to Eclipse in next release ? Nice move !

Oleg.

> I was looking for JBoss deployment >support...
>JDeveloper still seems a nice product >though, it's about time I give it an >evaluation.
Pieter, check out the JDev903 new features it lists some deployment support for jboss not sure if that was everything you were looking for, but there is also some HOWTOs about deploying to jboss on OTN
http://otn.oracle.com/software/products/jdev/content.html

It does come pre-baked with the JBoss descriptors in the deployment Window of the object gallery. And, there are writeups here on working with JBoss:

EJB: http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/howtos/appservers/deploy_to_jboss.html

Debug: http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/howtos/appservers/debug_in_jboss.html

Not perfect, but we are working on making it work with as many open source environments as possible.

Mike.

> The new version of Oracle's development tool
> includes built-in integration with the most popular
> open source software
These are nice features, I'm glad to read this. However "the most popular open source software" made me hope a bit too much: I was looking for JBoss deployment support...
JDeveloper still seems a nice product though, it's about time I give it an evaluation.


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Todd Trichler wrote: > I was looking for JBoss deployment >support... >JDeveloper still seems a nice product >though, it's about time I give it an >evaluation. Pieter, check out the JDev903 new features it lists some deployment support for jboss not sure if that was everything you were looking for, but there is also some HOWTOs about deploying to jboss on OTN http://otn.oracle.com/software/products/jdev/content.html
Mike Lehmann wrote: It does come pre-baked with the JBoss descriptors in the deployment Window of the object gallery. And, there are writeups here on working with JBoss: EJB: http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/howtos/appservers/deploy_to_jboss.html Debug: http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/howtos/appservers/debug_in_jboss.html Not perfect, but we are working on making it work with as many open source environments as possible. Mike.
Pieter Van Gorp wrote: > The new version of Oracle's development tool > includes built-in integration with the most popular > open source software These are nice features, I'm glad to read this. However "the most popular open source software" made me hope a bit too much: I was looking for JBoss deployment support... JDeveloper still seems a nice product though, it's about time I give it an evaluation.
Oleg Konovalov wrote: There is a free downloadable version too. It is nice, comes with integrated UML tool. But: no export/import; no visual development (JSP/Applets); no integration with WebLogic or WebSphere; no other version controls (e.g. Perforce) Are they moving to Eclipse in next release ? Nice move ! Oleg.
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