Iīm using KAWA (www.tek-tools.com) and i found there all important features
i need plus a really fast IDE. I tried also NetBeans, VisualAge, Borland
JBuilder, MS J++ and several other but Kawa suited me most. (but i do not
need version controll and multiple developer on one project) The only minus
is there is no really good gui builder, but i didnīt find such a thing till
now no matter which IDE i tried.
Whatīs imortant ? - to like the look and feel of the IDE, speed, multiple
JDK versions, internal debugger, platform (kawa only Windows, NetBeans all
Java Platforms but very slow),  version controll, more developer on one
projekt, ...

I've been asked to evaluate IDE's for our company to choose from
with an emphasis on quickly creating applications that access the
AS/400.  I've spent the last year coding JDBC and RMI apps by hand,
and we're now ready to see about getting into Java in a bigger way.
Some developers here are PC folks, some are AS/400 RPG folks.

What IDE's do you guys like?  What sites or other resources can
you recommend for us to look at?  What criteria should we consider?

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