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61. Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect
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Asin: B00005S812
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 5998
Average Customer Review: 3.78 out of 5 stars
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Microsoft's .NET Framework for creating software applications holds tremendous promise, but it also introduces new challenges. Simply put, because .NET applications are distributed, pieces of them run on many separate computers and usually involve elaborate databases with many interlinked tables. Often, there are several human interfaces, at least one of which is served over a Web connection.

When you're building such elaborate systems, you need specialists. Which means you--the architect--need to make your specialists work as a team. You need to make each specialist aware of how their piece fits into the larger system, and allow each expert maximum room for creativity while ensuring that they comply with quality standards and documentation rules. The best tool available for marshaling specialists toward a comprehensive .NET application of professional quality is Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect (VSEA). It gives project leads the tools they need to think big thoughts while remaining sufficiently close to the coding to ensure their proper implementation.

To begin, VSEA incorporates the new Visual Studio .NET development environment completely. All of the tools in Microsoft's latest IDE--code editor, debugger, object browser, database browser--are present in this edition. If you have implementation responsibilities of your own, or if you're one of those project leads who goes hands-on to solve low-level problems, VSEA provides you with the tools you need.

VSEA also ships with the goodies that come with Visual Studio Enterprise Developer: Visual SourceSafe and developer-licensed copies of Windows 2000 Advanced Server, SQL Server, Exchange Server, Commerce Server, and Host Integration Server. VSEA owners will get .NET Server when it's released. In addition, VSEA tops Enterprise Developer's offerings with a developer's edition of BizTalk Server.

There's also an attractive set of utilities for designing applications, roughing out application framework, and publishing standards for use by specialist programmers. This is where VSEA really shines, and where it earns its premium price. If you put the architectural tools to good use, your organization stands to realize a great return on investment in the form of increased team efficiency, higher quality, and satisfied deadlines.

VSEA allows you to use Microsoft Visio to design your applications and the databases that underlie them. It's true that you can generate Unified Modeling Language (UML) and database schematics in the standalone version of Visio Professional; but VSEA provides enormous time savings by allowing you to convert your diagrams into actual code. You can create a UML diagram in Visio, then use it to generate a code skeleton--all required class outlines, with inheritance, properties, and methods in place--in C++, C#, or Visual Basic. You can then publish the generated skeleton to your programming team for fleshing out. This is the role that Rational Visual Modeler plays (or used to play) for many developers.

Database modeling in VSEA is even cooler, because you can either export your schematic diagrams as Data Definition Language (DDL) code, or hook into an actual database server via an ODBC or OLE DB connection and generate the tables you've modeled in Visio. It's extraordinarily efficient. In fact, VSEA blurs the lines that have traditionally separated design, implementation, and documentation.

VSEA supports an XML-based language called Template Description Language (TDL), with which you can dictate characteristics of project files in more junior programmers's Visual Studio .NET environments. You can use TDL policies to turn off elements of the Visual Studio workspace, for example. Similarly, policies allow you to preset properties of code elements (such as database connections) that programmers can include as modules in their projects. You can also use TDL to describe the contents of team members's New Project windows, adding code snippets and reference materials alongside starter projects with policies attached.

Be aware that TDL policies may only be interpreted by users of Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Developer; they're not meaningful to users of standalone Visual Studio .NET. Also, be prepared to edit the TDL files manually, as Microsoft hasn't provided good tools for writing and modifying them. Setting up developer environments is a big job that has a huge effect on the later success of your project. It's sort of like tooling up a factory before a production run, so be prepared to spend some time setting policies, writing reference material, and configuring your TDL policies.

Is VSEA worthwhile? The answer depends in part on how well you set your policies, and on your development team's eagerness to use centrally managed reference materials and design advice. Embraced wholeheartedly by a large team, VSEA is not just the only show in town for team development of .NET applications--it's a powerful tool for realizing the vision of a software designer. --David Wall ... Read more

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Tool For The Programming World!
Most of you reading this review will have used a Microsoft Compiler before, or a Borland product. If you have yet to experience .NET, you are missing out big time.

Interface (2 sections):
First Impressions 8/10 - I started up Visual Studio .NET only to see everything... EVERYTHING has been changed in some way. The reason why this gets an 8 is because it does not do well with new people coming to this product. But once you learn the interface and can get used to it:
Current Impressiosn 10/10 - You will find that it is much more productive interface than Visual Studio 6. Now if your coming from Borland products, you will find that C# and VB is great, and can compete directly with Borland.

Usefullness: 9/10 - It is just amazing how much you can do with this program, although it does have a few drawbacks, UML for example, but this can be overlooked.

Value: 8/10 - If you can afford it, but the reason I gave it an 8, is because it is expensive, and most people will not be able to afford this product, but those that are able to do so, should. Maybe in a few years, this will replace VS 6 in price :D

Final Score 9/10 - If you use C++, Visual Basic, or even the great C# that has just come out, you will love this product. The optimization is great.

Final Words: Buy it, if not this, at least Visual Studio 6, but VS .NET wins the battle of the two!

3-0 out of 5 stars Great product, but look at the requirements!
I come from a Visual Basic (3 and newer) and C/C++ background doing a great deal of development under both Windows and Unix. The software looks great and is quite user friendly (for a development environment). My biggest concern is the sheer size of the tool and the runtime environment. Among other things, I am a shareware author and a great number of prospective customers do not yet have the .NET runtime, which is a 24 MB download. Though I would not think twice about downloading such a file, those who are still dialing up to the Internet might think twice.

Overall, nice tool, but I am not yet convinced it is the most prudent tool for me and Visual Studio 6 is going to have a long lifetime despite this successor.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding
The most "programming" I've ever done was a bit of server-side JavaScript - but with the IDE and the online help, I've had no problem sitting down and just chugging away at C#. The problem someone noted about needing an interpreter is incorrect: the Native Code Compiler included with the .NET SDK (installed with VS or available separately) can compile Microsoft's IL into machine code for Windows.

Definitely worth the learning curve if this is your thing!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great IDE, but UML support is terrible
Great, functional IDE for true object-oriented development.

However, the UML support is held together by glue and scotch tape with the included version of Visio 2002. Very poorly done, tedious and will not let you perform continuous round-trip engineering.

For an outstanding UML/Editor solution, check out Together Control Center. Although written and focused towards Java, it is capable of modeling and generating C# and VB.NET code.

2-0 out of 5 stars I don't think .NET is that great
All .NET languages need interpretor. Even C.NET which is a shame. Such language as C usually used to develop apps closely interacting with OS. So there will be even less interaction between user created apps and system because now Microsoft tells us to do everything through interpreter. Just like crippled Java does! But difference between stuff written in Java and C is that you know what your C application does, but you can never be sure about your Java application because there is interpreter between you and system, another buggy layer that controls you and that you cannot control. I agree .NET might be convinient way for people who like everything easy or are afraid to explore, but The biggest flow is that it takes control out of your hands convincing you that you are in control.
Usual Microsofts trick! ... Read more


62. Visual Cafe Expert Competitive Edition 4.0 Upgrade

Asin: B00002S5J1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 12570
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63. Microsoft AE VISUAL J#.NET STD 2003-WIN32 EN CD ( L52-00002 )

Asin: B00008G9IW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
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64. Visualage for Java Professional Edition 4.0 Upgrade Pro Pack
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Asin: B00005RG2V
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
Sales Rank: 13227
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65. Borland JBuilder 6 Personal
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Asin: B00005TT7K
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 6628
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Borland JBuilder 6 Personal offers a comprehensive, cross-platform environment for learning Java programming and visually developing Java applications for personal use. With an integrated editor, debugger, compiler, visual designers, wizards, sample applications, tutorials, multimedia training, and support for Java standards, JBuilder 6 Personal makes learning Java easy. Develop on Microsoft Windows, Linux, Solaris, and Mac OS platforms.

Build Java applications rapidly using the Borland AppBrowser IDE, graphical debugging, a robust source code editor, compiler, visual designers, wizards, and more. Create JavaBeans instantly with BeansExpress. Speed coding and reduce syntax errors with CodeInsight. Get started quickly using the included computer-based training lessons, tutorials, and documentation. JBuilder 6 Personal is a fully functional version of JBuilder, designed specifically for personal, non-commercial use. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Don't pay for this
You can get the JBuilder 6 Personal for free when you get the book Learn Java with JBuilder6 by Zukowski from amazon for less than fourty bucks, or you can download it free from Borland's website.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good IDE, but not much use for serious development
I've used jBuilder3 for many years (and JB2 before that), so I'm familiar with Borland's Java products. I do single-station development, and decided it was time for a more stable IDE (JB3 crashes a couple times per day on large projects) and I also wanted to use JDK 1.3.1 so I got JBuilder6.

Well...Borland seems to want to make a much more agressive split between hobbyist and professional. Some of the more useful features I have gotten used to in JB3 are reserverd for Professional or Enterprise. I was extremely surprised to find that I can't even deploy applications or applets through JB6!! (you have to do it manually via Sun's jar tool at the DOS command line, which is a real pain) Also, some of the layouts that I have used for small parts of applications (e.g. XYLayout) have likewise been removed to Prof or Ent. This means a lot of retro-coding on my part. As I have just started using it, I'm not sure what else I'll run into, but I'm concerned.

So...is it a good IDE feature-wise? Yes, and I've used others such as IBM's Visual Java. The code-insight is useful, the ability to use different JDKs works nicely, and there are other nice touches that any IDE should have. I would just make sure that you check the feature matrix on Borland's website VERY CAREFULLY to make sure the features you expect to be present are actually there.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best Java IDE (for now)
I don't know if I'd buy this from Amazon, Borland usually makes the Personal edition free after a while. I've been using JBuilder since 4.0 and though it's not perfect it is currently the best Java IDE around.
On Windows and Linux it's been very stable. If there are problems with stability (as the previous user indicates) I would suspect the OS X JDK. I'm not a really big fan of thier new installation hoops either.
The modal screens problem does suck but after programming some Java GUI I can see why it's this way and I'm sure Borland will fix it when the JDK allows them to.
Why do I like it?
it compiles FAST
the debugger very nice
the "find definition" feature is super nice
when I want the ide to be able to do something there's usually iether a way to do it or an add-on from a third party that does it (mobileset from borland, mousewheel support on the second CD in the box).

Why don't I like it?
the editor should be able to fold, and I'd really like to see macro support (it doesn't seem like they've done much with the editor since JB4).
Installation can be a pain (esp. on Linux), the new license stuff does seem really invasive.

5-0 out of 5 stars Top notch Java Development
Borland JBuilder 6 is a solid development tool. While the Personal edition is just a base level tool, it gives you a chance to test drive JBuilder and upgrade to the Pro or Enterprise version. I've run it on Linux and Windows 2000 without any hitches. I've not heard of any problems with the Mac OSX, except for the other reviewer here. I do know that supporting OSX was a personal vision of JBuilder's chief architect, so if there are any problems, I'm sure they are being addressed. After all, JBuilder is written in 100% Java and Java code is Java code. If JBuilder runs fine on Solaris, Linux, Windoze, etc, it should run on Mac OSX as long as the JVM is good..

If you can do without the CD, download JBuilder personal for free (beer) on Borland's website.

1-0 out of 5 stars Lots of promise, little return
I bought the JBuilder 6 Personal version (Win,Linux and OSX) and installed it on a Mac running OS X (B & W 350, 704mb RAM). This is my first experience with a Borland product and it has been very bad.

I wish that I had never bought it.
GRIPE 1
You can't just install it from disk, even with the supplied security keys. You have to CONTACT Borland to get another encrypted key that you then have to use to finish the install.
I asked why I had to contact Borland to get yet another key and they told me that they wanted to make sure that I did not STEAL their product.

GRIPE 2
JBuilder (now that it is finally running), constantly crashes my machine and I know 2 other OS X users with new G 4's that are having the same problem. Borland is no help at all. Once they found out I was using a Mac I started getting the cold sholder.

GRIPE 3
Almost all of the builder screens are modal. This really causes a problem when you are trying to follow steps in the help section but need to use one of the wizard builders. Once you open the wizard, you can no longer access the help screens until you close the wizard.

GRIPE 4
While using the help screen I noticed that most everytime I clicked on the help screen the code that I had written on the "page" would revert back to the welcome code supplied with JBuilder. Once I clicked back on the page with my code on it, it would revert back to my code and the welcome code would vanish.
ALSO, the help window would revert back to the main help page, but when I clicked on the already open help page again, it would suddenly revert back to the help page I was on.

THIS RELEASE SHOULD BE CONSIDERED BETA AT BEST!!!!
THIS RELEASE SHOULD NOT BE USED IN A SERIOUS PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT UNTIL BORLAND GETS ITS ACT TOGETHER!!!! ... Read more


66. VISUALAGE FOR JAVA ENTERPRISE

Asin: B00004RBPY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Lotus Development Corp
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67. Visual Cafe Expert Edition 4.0

Asin: B00002S5J0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 12554
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Falling Short of Expectations
I've heard so many rave reviews about Visual Cafe, however my experience with the product has been far from productive. The IDE environment is excellent with efficient links to help pages, code helpers as you type in java text, method dropdown lists, object and property lists, and an intuitive wysiwig screen editor. If you are familiar with Microsoft's VB, you should be comfortable with Visual Cafe. However there are some stability problems. The tagged sections (generated code) are fragile and often break with little help on where the error is. Finding and fixing these problems are laborious. In addition I've received Java exceptions as well as the IDE crashing when trying to generate code via the wizards. The problems are not machine related as I tried VCafe on both my home and work pc's. Tech support has been less than enthusiastic to help and generally ignores you unless you pay handsomely. Perhaps the biggest disappointment has been the Java beans for database functionality. Documentation is woefully short, the beans are not easy to customize to your taste, and the learning curve is steep even if you are an expert SQL developer.

I am disappointed because the IDE layout is excellent however the stability issues as well as the poor database related beans make me frustrated with the product. I suggest taking a serious look at Borland's product before purchasing this one. ... Read more


68. XGRD-VC VISUALCAFE ENTERPRISE
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69. Borland JBUILDER 9 DEVELOPER ( JBB0090WWFS181 )

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70. JRun Server Enterprise 3.0 Upgrade from JRun Server 3.0 Pro

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71. Microsoft AE VISUAL J#.NET STD 2003-WIN32 EN CD ( L52-00002 )

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72. XGRD-VC VISUALCAFE ENTERPRISE
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73. BORLAND OPTIMIZEIT SUITE 5

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74. JRUN Server 3.0 Pro to JRUN Server 3.0 Entrprise (4 CPU License with 2 Year Subscription)

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75. Visual Cafe Enterprise Edition 3.1

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76. VISUALCAFE EXP 4.5.2 SUITE W/
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Asin: B000063CEU
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Sales Rank: 12203
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Full-featured and complete single developer environment
This is a full-featured development environment that is the core of Webgain's Studio suite (see that product for more details).

It contains a complete, open J2EE development environment, with debugging tools and VM support for JDK 1.3, 1.2.2 and 1.1.7a. It also comes bundled with TurboXML and Macromedia Dreamweaver Ultradev, which rounds out the development environment.

While Dreamweaver Ultradev is sufficiently well known, TurboXML (by Tibco) is not and merits a description of features. It includes three modules, XML Authority, XML Instance, and XML Console, which combine to provide a standards-compliant development environment for creating and validating schemas and DTDs. In short, it's a complete workbench for XML development and validation, and also supports document conversion.

Visual Cafe also ships with a relational database from PointBase. This is a relatively full-featured rdbms, but you need to be aware that it is only licensed for the Visual Cafe development environment. You will need to negotiate separate licensing directly from the PointBase vendor if you intend to deploy it with end user internal applications or products intended for external customers.

This expert edition of the product allows you to develop J2EE applications and web services. It's suitable for single developers and consultants. The Enterprise edition adds a single-seat license for Bea WebLogic, and an additional product called StructureBuilder, which allows you to model and generate code using UML. However, if you are looking for scalability and a more robust development environment I recommend bypassing the Enterprise Edition and looking instead at Webgain Studio, which contains these added components and much more. ... Read more


77. Visual Cafe Enterprise Suite 3

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Asin: B00002S5IH
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 13707
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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VisualCafé Enterprise Suite builds on proven Symantec Java development technology and delivers a complete Java integrated development environment (IDE) for the heterogeneous enterprise. Enterprise Suite inherits powerful productivity features and database functionality from the VisualCafé family while introducing unique new server-side development and distributed debugging capabilities to minimize the challenges of enterprise Java application development. VisualCafé Enterprise Suite is the most mature and open Java development environment backed by extensive industry-wide support. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Visual Cafe Enterprise Suite 3
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Cool Product
If you are in Java this is one to go for. ... Read more


78. Borland JBuilder 5.0 Enterprise Upgrade from JBuilder 4.0

Asin: B00005KGTR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 13303
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This is the Enterprise edition of Borland's highly regarded JBuilder integrated development environment (IDE). Which is to say, this is the edition you want if your Java ambitions include commercial work with Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) and the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) environment. It's tightly integrated with Borland AppServer (which is included in this package), BEA WebLogic Server, and IBM WebSphere, and includes an assortment of tools and components that ease the process of designing, implementing, deploying, and testing distributed Java applications. On top of that, JBuilder's Enterprise edition allows development teams to work together, thanks to its integration with all popular version-control systems.

Like other versions of JBuilder, this is an example of a typical IDE, with which you can write software projects, debug them during test runs, and manage the collection of files they require. All the tools you expect are present, including a drag-and-drop form designer for assembling user interfaces graphically, a source code editor with syntax highlighting, a debugger that allows you to monitor variable content and set breakpoints, and an object browser that makes properties, methods, and hierarchical relationships explicitly obvious. The IDE is moderately customizable. Most of the components are fixed in place (albeit in a logical way) in a single tabbed window, but you can change the look and behavior of the code editor rather extensively.

A version manager lets you view the contents of earlier saved versions of a project and revert to previous (perhaps "known-good") versions. You can even, in this edition of JBuilder, see the differences between versions highlighted. The code editor's CodeInsight feature, which allows you to call up lists of appropriate parameters and object members with a (configurable) hot key combination, is another attractive touch. Speed of compilation is, subjectively speaking, totally adequate.

In addition to the considerable collection of features included in the Professional edition, this JBuilder variant includes extensive support for XML and all standard aspects of distributed application development. Just using wizards, you can create interface definition language (IDL) files for use as CORBA interfaces, create skeleton CORBA server applications from existing IDL files, and create EJB interface frameworks. Another wizard speeds creation of Java Message Service (JMS) consumer and producer classes. There's also an EJB deployment wizard that, in this latest version, allows you to deploy EJBs to containers without stopping the container, a feature Borland calls "hot deployment."

Other tools ease creation and editing of EJB home and remote interfaces, EJB deployment descriptors, deployable EJB archive files, and EJB packages. Most of the relevant ancillary technologies, like Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI), Java Transaction Service (JTS), and Remote Method Invocation (RMI), are supported as well. Plus, this product integrates with Concurrent Version System (CVS), Rational ClearCase, Microsoft Visual SourceSafe, and, to a limited extent, Merant PVCS Version Manager.

Borland JBuilder 5 Enterprise has the tools you need to create, improve, and profit from J2EE applications. You'll be pleased with its features and performance. --David Wall ... Read more


79. JRun Pro 2.3.3

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Publisher: Allaire
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80. Visualage for Java Professional Edition 4.0 Upgrade Pro Pack
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Asin: B00005RG2V
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
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