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In this paper we provide an overview of IBM WebSphere Studio, a family of tools for developing distributed applications for J2EE™ servers for state-of-the-art information technology systems. In today's business environment such systems are complex, comprise multiple platforms, and make use of a wide range of technologies and standards. Through a representative development scenario we illustrate the way WebSphere Studio satisfies the challenging requirements for a modern integrated development environment. The scenario covers a variety of technologies and standards, including database access, Web services standards, Enterprise JavaBeans™ implementation, integrated application testing, Web page design, and performance optimization. We also describe the Eclipse Modeling Framework, the open source technology base on which WebSphere Studio is built.
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