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Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

(OP)
Hello,

Is there an editor that can help me build JSP code just as regular Java editor (Such as eclipse) are doing? Meaning, will pop up the available methods for each Object, will put imports automatically ect?

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

Eclipse has a JSP editor.

Cheers,
Dian

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

(OP)
Yes but it doesn't do the things I stated when it comes to JSP programming, such as pop up the available methods for each Object or put imports automatically... or does it? :(

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

Hi

I find NetBeans more helpful. But is bigger then Eclipse, so can eat more resources.

Regarding the Eclipse, it needs some plug-ins to be able to offer abit more help.

Feherke.
http://rootshell.be/~feherke/

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

Eclipse out of the box provides code completion.

Cheers,
Dian

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

(OP)
Can you refer me to these plugins please?

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

Hi

Sorry I can not. I got them in a Zip with the instruction "extract it over the installed Eclipse". So no idea what was in it. sad

But again : I suggest to try NetBeans.

Feherke.
http://rootshell.be/~feherke/

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

(OP)
NetBeans is very heavy and I rather keep using the eclipse which I really like. Could you at least tell me what is the name of the plugin and if it does what I asked at the begining? Thank you in advance.

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

(OP)
10X Dian, I remember once browsing at this website, I forgot all about it :)

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

(OP)
Hello again Dian,

I have installed the three folders of this plugin. It adds a SolarEclipse section at the Windows->Prefrences yet all it does is decorate the text. It doesn't help me write code. For example if I write request. I don't receive a pop-up of all the available methods. Am I missing something here?

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

As I told you before, code completion in JSPs works for me with Eclipse out of the box. Which version are you running?

Cheers,
Dian

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

(OP)
I am using SAP Developer Studio, it is based on Eclipse 2.1
I assume you are using v3...?

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

Yupp

Cheers,
Dian

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

(OP)
Damm! :)
And it completes all the implicit objects methods, puts imports and suggest code correction? What about EL? does it helps there as well?

RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

Why don't you just install the latest version and try yourself ?!

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RE: Looking for a JSP IDE that helps building code

(OP)
Because I am using SAP Developer studio that prevents me to.
Why is it so hard to answer when you know the answer?

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