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BEA Workshop for WebLogic 10.1 offers nothing less than the #1 Commercial Eclipse-based IDE for BEA WebLogic Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) enablement.

Workshop for WebLogic 10.1

     

BEA Workshop for WebLogic 10.1 offers nothing less than the #1 Commercial Eclipse-based IDE for BEA WebLogic Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) enablement. Major features in the Workshop for WebLogic 10.1 release include:

  1. Fully Integrated Workshop Studio features:
     
    • WYSIWYG editing for JSF, Beehive NetUI/Pageflow, Struts/Tiles, JSP/JSTL
    • AppXRay, AppXaminer for JSF/JSP/JSTL/Struts/Tiles/BEA Kodo/EJB3/Hibernate
    • ORM Workbench: DB tools, query editors, BEA Kodo/EJB3/Hibernate Entity and Relationship Editor
    • Common tool palettes, smart editor, variable views
    • JSP debugging for Apache Beehive, myFaces JSF support for Beehive
        
  2. Maven Support (Export only)
  3. New tutorials and samples
  4. Auto - Crash reporting
This installer also includes: BEA WebLogic Server, and BEA JRockit. When you install your software, a non-expiring development license (license.bea) is installed on your system. If you have purchased other BEA WebLogic products and already have a production license key, you may place your production license (license.bea) in your <BEA_HOME> directory after installation.

Important Note:The Workshop IDE is supported on Windows and Linux only. The Generic, HP-UX, and Solaris installers are for customers running the Beehive/WebLogic runtime on those operating systems, and need a way to update the Beehive/WebLogic runtime on environments where the IDE is not supported.

Come to this link to get more detail: http://commerce.bea.com/showproduct.jsp?family=WLW&major=10.1&minor=0

     

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Posted on: March 8, 2008

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