IDE and Practices suggestions for developing JSPs and Native C++ for Tomcat, Linux, Apache.
This bid is for a Tomcat/Java or IntelliJ (or a comparable IDE) expert to write us a guide on how to set up our JSP development environment. We have decided we want to use the IntelliJ IDE and currently have a JSP application that runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Apache and Tomcat powering our JSP/Servlets. We also have a native C++ lib that is used on this server and we need to figure out how to be able to debug this lib in real-time as well.
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The native code is an SO file that is called from the a java wrapper class which is called by the jsp.
I ideally want to be able to debug it all in one ide.
As it stands if I was to build the solution for microsoft platform, I could debug my ASP.NET code, and native C++ libraries all in the same IDE and I could do this remotely against my IIS server.
I essentially want to do the same thing for my tomcat/linux server.
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