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    Building Web Applications with Eclipse, WTP and Derby

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    The purpose of this 2 page paper is to discuss building web applications with Eclipse, WTP and Derby.


    There are different ways of developing web applications, and one of them is Eclipse. Eclipse is a quite an important platform for developing Web applications using Java technologies. It has a 3-tier design for building dynamic Web applications, which is not only well suited for use with JSPs and Servlets running in a servlet container like Apache Tomcat, but also other web servers as well. Apart from that, it also has a persistent data layer, which is aptly provided by the Derby database.

    The second important aspect is the Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) project, which is a set of tools for developing J2EE and Web applications, along with the Derby Eclipse plug-ins, which allows for rapid and simplified Web development. These play an important part in developing web applications.

    The Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) project allows Eclipse users to develop J2EE Web applications. Included in this ...

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    This solution deals with building web applications with Eclipse, WTP and Derby