In the previous article we looked at setting up Eclipse for developing Java web applications. In this article we’ll look at the additional configuration required for the development of Java web applications that use the BusinessObjects SDK.
This is the first in a two part article that looks at using Eclipse as a development environment for developing web applications that use the BusinessObjects XI3 Java SDK.
Eclipse is one of the leading development environments for Java applications and indeed other technologies such as C++ and is packed with features that greatly improve productivity and team working. What’s more as it is open source it is free!
The first article in this series looks at how to install and configure Eclipse for web development and the second article then looks at how to reference the BusinessObjects Java SDK in order to develop a BusinessObjects web application.