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What is the best Jython IDE to use with WebSphere 6.0.2.x and WebSphere 7.0 enviornment
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I don't have a good answer for this. ;-(

In fact, I wish there were.  Hopefully, someone out there will tell us of something that they have found that answers this question.

At this point thought, I have not found a Jython IDE that has any built-in awareness of the WebSphere AppServer environment.
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This page: http://myarch.com/getting-started-wsadmin
seems to say the PyDev could be used as an IDE for wsadmin Jython scripts.
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