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Eclipse, Tomcat & Lomboz

Lomboz is an Eclipse plugin for J2EE development. I configured it today with Tomcat 5. I was having problems debugging the web module from Eclipse. After little research I found the problem in eclipse\plugins\com.objectlearn.jdt.j2ee_3.0.1\servers\tomcat50x.server
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Plug-in for Visual Studio enables deployment on Java Application Servers

Using Mainsoft, you can deploy your .NET applications into Java application servers
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Why people call them J2** ?

People called it Java, when it was 1.1.x They started calling it Java 2 when it was 1.2.x J2EE came, I am not sure, but I guess it was J2EE due to the 1.2.x status. Now we have 1.5.x and 1.4.x, but they are still called Java 2 SE 1.5.x and Java 2 EE 1.4.x
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Sun's Tiger

Sun has finally released the Java v1.5 , code name Tiger whose beta versions had been out for quite some time (Source Editors Weblog at Java.net ). Generics are now part of the core Java language; let us see when the C# 2.0 will come out from the other
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TMC Completes Comprehensive IBM J2EE / .NET Study

Remember the PetShop buzz when Microsoft tried comparing .NET with J2EE? The Middle-ware Company (TMC) later picked it and presented nice benchmarks and case study. And now they have completed a massive comparison study again and this time they are covering
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Free Edition of BEA's WebLogic

BEA is offering free edition of WebLogic 8.1 to developers. Visit http://freetodevelop.com to get your copy. Is this a side affect of Visual Studio’s Express line? J I never have used WebLogic, may be I am not involved with Java projects so much
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Write Once Run Everywhere, Implementations from multiple vendors

I just have started reading the .Net Patterns book. The author has a strong Java background, and in the book’s preface he has mentioned the facts about the two factors Java folk preach around: Write Once, Run Everywhere Option to select implementations
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Java/Linux

While browsing I found another negative point for running Java under Linux L File locking problem - problem occurs in all Java versions under Linux. Java1.4.0 under Linux can't lock the files, and other Java versions locks the files, but not properly
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Sun-Microsoft Settlement

Sun-Microsoft settlement seems to be the hot topic of the week! Here are my two cents: In 90s, when desktop applications were IN, Java had very little market! Back then, everyone was going for Visual C++. There were inherent problems with C++. Java was
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