5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 2, 2009 10:47 PM by Baynaa B

    hey all i need JBDS

    Baynaa B Newbie

      hey all. i need free JBDS. please i can't buy JBDS. Because i am student. :D

        • 1. Re: hey all i need JBDS
          Max Rydahl Andersen Master

          Download jboss.org/tools that is free.

          • 2. Re: hey all i need JBDS
            Baynaa B Newbie

            tnx for andersen.

            i http://www.jboss.org/tools/-s click on Stable Releases's JBoss Tools 2.1 :: Eclipse 3.3.2 link.

            but this site
            400 Bad Request
            The server could not comply with the request since it is either malformed or otherwise incorrect.

            groupname: Bad ProjectCollection: jboss

            i am don't understand it :P;

            • 3. Re: hey all i need JBDS
              Max Rydahl Andersen Master

              Try again since jboss.org had some maintenance the last couple of days - the links works for me.

              btw. why are you taking the oldest of the releases instead of the latest one ?

              • 4. Re: hey all i need JBDS
                Peter Johnson Master

                Also, it sounds like you are clicking that link in your browser. Don't do that - follow the instructions on that page, which imply that you first have to download and install "Eclipse for Java EE Developers" from the Eclipse web site, and then run Eclipse, and within Eclipse use the Update and Install Manager to add JBoss Tools (copy the correct stable or developer's update link to the Eclipse dialog). Then Eclipse will download an install JBoss Tools. (There is also a link to the docs that provide complete installation instructions.)

                • 5. Re: hey all i need JBDS
                  Baynaa B Newbie

                   

                  "PeterJ" wrote:
                  Also, it sounds like you are clicking that link in your browser. Don't do that - follow the instructions on that page, which imply that you first have to download and install "Eclipse for Java EE Developers" from the Eclipse web site, and then run Eclipse, and within Eclipse use the Update and Install Manager to add JBoss Tools (copy the correct stable or developer's update link to the Eclipse dialog). Then Eclipse will download an install JBoss Tools. (There is also a link to the docs that provide complete installation instructions.)


                  TNX a lot for Peter.