Eclipse J2ee

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posted 13 years ago
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I just installed eclipse, but cannot see the J2EE perspective. Does anyone know how to configure it to open that perspective? I downloaded the full package (WPT)
Thanks in advance
Java Cowboy
posted 13 years agoEclipse J2ee
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Welcome to JavaRanch.
The Eclipse WTP (Web Tools Platform) does not contain the full set of J2EE tools - it contains only editors etc. for the web tier part (servlets and JSPs). To get full Java EE support, you need to install the Java EE tools.
In Eclipse, goto Help / Software Updates / Find and Install, choose 'Search for new features', select 'Europa Discovery Site', click Finish, choose a mirror, then select the Java EE tools and follow the instructions.
Note that on the Eclipse download page you can also choose the 'Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers' package which contains the WTP, Java EE and other tools out-of-the-box.
Greenhorn
posted 13 years ago
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I tried the former and it downloaded and installed the J2EE tools, but the J2EE perspective still does not come up.
Greenhorn
posted 13 years ago
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I am having the same problem with the EE version. There is no way to create a new web project or see the J2EE perspective.
One thing that I did different on the eclipse install was to add -vm to the eclipse ini to 1.6.3 as the JVM that I am using in JAVA_HOME is 1.4.2. Has to stay that way for my real work! I want to switch from JDeveloper to Eclipse. Sigh. It should be easy by now.
Any hints anyone?

Amy Smith<br />Java Developer<br />Haworth, Inc.<br />[email protected]

Greenhorn
posted 13 years ago
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Eclipse J2ee Oxygen

Hmmm -- I just found this comment:
2) run it under a jvm 1.5 or more, please also note that simply configuring the jvm under eclipse.ini is not enough : it has to be the system default jvm. If you don't, eclipse will silently disable the J2EE perspective.
Can't verify it anywhere though.

Amy Smith<br />Java Developer<br />Haworth, Inc.<br />[email protected]

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Greenhorn
posted 13 years ago

Eclipse J2ee Download For Ubuntu

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Whew! I installed eclipse-SDK-3.2.2-win32.zip, then updated it through the built in Help/Software Updates with the Webtools. J2EE works now as I just deployed an app to Tomcat. I didn't have to edit the eclipse ini file and left JAVA_HOME as 1.4.2. Note that I do have JREs for Java 1.5 and 1.6 installed. Seems Eclipse found 1.5 because that is the default JRE for new projects.

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Java Cowboy
posted 13 years agoJ2ee
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Note that in the latest version of Eclipse (3.3), it is called Java EE, not J2EE - you won't find it if you are looking for 'J2EE'.