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Genuitec Supports BEA WebLogic

MyEclipse Among the First IDEs to Do So

Genuitec, a founding member of the Eclipse Foundation, has announced that MyEclipse 4.0 has completed its integration with BEA WebLogic Server 9.0. Genuitec can now assure customers that MyEclipse integrates with the recently announced application server from BEA Systems, Inc.

MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench, a full-feature, Enterprise-class platform and tool suite for developing software applications and systems for J2EE technology and other environments, is designed to offer a robust application framework and pluggable architecture helping agile companies capitalize on this emerging market. Together, Genuitec and BEA can provide customers with a solution to extend the best practices and technology available from the latest Eclipse 3.1 Integrated Development Environment (IDE) distribution.

Genuitec's MyEclipse Application Server Connector for BEA WebLogic Server 9.0 is now designed to feature the following capabilities:

* Source-level JSP debugging
* J2EE application deploy and undeploy
* Sync-On-Demand deployer synchronization
* Server launch for facilitating interactive deployment and debugging
* Full source-level debugging including JSPs, servlets, EJBs and POJO
* Designed to fully support deployment and debugging on local or remote
executing servers.

Maher Masri, president of Genuitec, commented, "Genuitec's mission is to deliver business value and to help maximize developers' productivity by providing timely support for key technologies and solutions. Continuing to support BEA technologies is critical to our customer base and we look forward to providing tighter integration with WebLogic Server 9.0."

Genuitec now offers MyEclipse Professional for Enterprise development specialists with the introduction of MyUML, a complete round-trip modeling tool suite that supports use-case, class, collaboration, state, activity and deployment diagrams. Also included are an integrated diagram editor, outline and properties viewers, free-form drawing tools, a Java code generator, and model reverse engineering, as well as diagram and XMI export.



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queZZtion 08/08/05 08:14:24 PM EDT

Has anyone debugged an EJB using MyEclipse using a remote Weblogic 6/8 server?

EDJ News Desk 08/08/05 07:56:38 PM EDT

Genuitec, a founding member of the Eclipse Foundation, has announced that MyEclipse 4.0 has completed its integration with BEA WebLogic Server 9.0. Genuitec can now assure customers that MyEclipse integrates with the recently announced application server from BEA Systems, Inc.