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I work for a business partner and I have no idea what they've done with it.
I know that it's now separate and you have to install Rational Application
Developer which is still at 7.5. It's really confusing and took me forever
to figure out which ones to download.

These days since I've been doing more JSF, I've been using NetBeans because
the eclipse JSF support isn't nearly as nice IMHO. Also I use Mercurial for
version control and NetBeans comes with Mercurial support by default. I like
NetBeans Maven support better than m2eclipse too. Not to mention I can't get
m2eclipse working properly with RAD.

James R. Perkins

2010/9/14 Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen <thunderaxiom@xxxxxxxxxxx>

Based on a recent experience with inadequate information about the actual
runtime performance statistics for a Java program on the i, I’ve decided to
have a look at what IBM offers these days.

In WSDCi 7.0 you can “run” and “debug” Java programs on the I (which we
haven’t used much as it did not provide a deploy-from-eclipse-then-run
Unfortunately there was no “profile” which is what I am looking for.

Hence I just downloaded RDP 7.6 with the i-tooling, but it appears that
RPG and Cobol toolings are present and the Java – if any – requires
downloading and installing yet another RDfoo package first.

So, where did that functionality go? Is it better than it was in WSDCi

What would be the cheapest route to get there?



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