NetBeans 6 Released

NetBeans 6 has released!

I'm excited about this release not only because of the great work that has been done in NetBeans itself (leading Java EE 5 support, inclusion of what was in the Visual Web Pack and Enterprise Pack, easy to use GUI builder, Ruby/Rails support, and much much more) but also because this is the release of NetBeans that the Java Composite Application Platform Suite is going to build on starting with our next release. Previews of what is to come can be found at Project Open ESB.

What this means is that in the future we will be bringing together the traditional Java SE/EE developers and Integration/SOA/CompApp developers together in a single common IDE allowing them to have the best of both worlds. We have already been providing previews of this since NetBeans 5.5 through the Java EE 5 SDK Tools Bundle and other related downloads.

I encourage you to take a look at NetBeans 6 and Project Open ESB and get familiar with them and give us feedback.

Comments:

hi kevin,

i am trying to consume the webservices that are exposed from CAPS emanager and getting some errors when importing the wsdls. any idea where is the best place to search for solutions to solve those problems?

regards chris

Posted by Christian Brennsteiner on December 12, 2007 at 04:50 PM PST #

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