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Lomboz

Lomboz
Developer(s) OW2 Consortium
Stable release 3.3RC1 / August 18, 2007 (2007-08-18)
Preview release 3.3 / October 29, 2008 (2008-10-29)
Written in Java
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Eclipse plug-in for the Java EE
License GNU Lesser General Public License
Website http://lomboz.objectweb.org/

Lomboz is an open source Eclipse plug-in for the Java EE development environment. It has means to develop, test, profile and deploy Web, Web services, Java, Java EE and EJB applications. Lomboz supports the most Java EE standard application server runtimes, and supports most popular open source runtimes such as JOnAS. Like JOnAS, Lomboz is hosted and developed by the OW2 Consortium (the development group calls themselves "eteration"). It is distributed under GNU Lesser General Public License.

In July 2006's this system was sufficiently convenient for the developer, familiar with all main concepts, features and methods of the Java EE platform. It is, however, not oriented to the student who would want to start developing Java EE applications without reading documentation. Lomboz is packaged, integrated and dependent on many other open source Eclipse packages for Java EE development.

Lomboz provides:

  1. Wizards for creating and assembling Java EE modules.
  2. JSP editor and code assistant.
  3. Support for JBoss, WebLogic, Apache Tomcat, JOnAS and JRun.
  4. EJB code generators based on XDoclet.
  5. Web Services code generators based on Apache Axis.

External links

  • Lomboz homepage
  • Lomboz review
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