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Wednesday, May 26, 2004
       
The top 10 (more or less) J2EE best practices
Over the last five years, a lot has been written about J2EE best practices. There now are probably 10 or more books, along with dozens of articles that provide insight into how J2EE applications should be written. In fact, there are so many resources, often with contradictory recommendations, navigating the maze has become an obstacle to adopting J2EE itself. To provide some simple guidance for customers entering this maze, we set out to compile the following "top 10" list of what we feel are the most important best practices for J2EE. Unfortunately, 10 was not enough to capture everything that needed to be said, especially when you consider Web services development as a part of J2EE. Thus, in honor of the growth of J2EE, we have decided to make our "top 10" list a "top 12" list instead.
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Sysdeo Eclipse Tomcat Launcher plugin
Plugin features

* Starting, stopping and restarting Tomcat 4.x, 5.0.x, 3.3
* Registering Tomcat process to Eclipse debugger
* Creating a WAR project (wizard can update server.xml file)
* Adding Java Projects to Tomcat classpath
* Setting Tomcat JVM parameters, classpath and bootclasspath
* Exporting a Tomcat project to a WAR File
* Choosing Tomcat configuration file
* Capability to use a special Tomcat classloader to have classes in several java projects loaded at the same classloader level than classes in a Tomcat project, see readmeDevLoader.html (Thanks to Martin Kahr)
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