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IBM Visual Age for Java and HTML ?

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Hello all,

I am really new to Visual Age and I just created a project with packages, classes and methods.

The whole thing works, but when I want to insert HTML code, I always have the same error: "expecting expression".

Is there a package I should include with my project to make it work, or is there something else I should do ?

Thanks a lot
Freesky
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Visual Age doesn't do HTML management.  It's strictly a Java IDE.  If you want to do HTML or JSP, use IBM's Websphere Studio.  IBM is in the process of phasing out Visual Age and replacing it with WS anyway.

VisualAge is fine for straight Java, be it plain vanilla J2SE, Servlets, EJB, Taglibs, Swing, etc, etc.  But you're better off using TextPad for your HTML/JSP development for a low-end solution and storing the files in your local directory structure for use in the Websphere Test Environment.
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Thanks a lot for your time!
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