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Hello World (updated):Rational ApplicationDeveloper V7
Create Java, Web service, and database applications
Skill Level: IntroductoryJane Fung(mailto:jcyfung@ca.ibm.com) Software DeveloperIBM Toronto Lab23 Jan 2007Try some practical exercises that show how to create a Java™ application, createand invoke a Web service, and create a Web application that can access a Derbydatabase using a Relational Record List. Learn about J2EE application developmentusing IBM Rational Application Developer. Theoriginal version of this tutorial forRational Application Developer V6is still available.
Section 1. Before you start
About this series
This series is for novices who want high-level overviews of IBM software products.The modules are designed to introduce the products and draw your interest forfurther exploration. The exercises only cover the basic concepts, but are enough toget you started.
About this tutorial
This tutorial provides a high-level overview of Rational® Application Developer andgives you the opportunity to practice using it with hands-on exercises. Step-by-step
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instructions show how to develop applications, create Web services, create a JSPpage, and access a database.
After completing this tutorial, you should understand the basic functions of RationalApplication Developer and be able to create applications, as demonstrated in theexercises, including Java™ applications, Web services, and Web applications.
This tutorial is for beginner-level Java application developers with a generalfamiliarity of the Java language.
System requirements
To run the examples in this tutorial, installIBM Rational Application Developer forWebSphere Software V7.0.To view the demos included in this tutorial, JavaScript must be enabled in yourbrowser and Macromedia Flash Player 6 or higher must be installed. You candownload the latest Flash Player athttp://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer/ 
Animated demos
If this is your first encounter with a developerWorks tutorial that includes demos,here are a few things you might want to know:Demos are an optional way to see the same steps described in thetutorial. To see an animated demo, click the Show me link. The demoopens in a new browser window.Each demo contains a navigation bar at the bottom of the screen. Use thenavigation bar to to pause, exit, rewind, or fast forward portions of thedemo.The demos are 800 x 600 pixels. If this is the maximum resolution of yourscreen or if your resolution is lower than this, you will have to scroll to seesome areas of the demo.JavaScript must be enabled in your browser and Macromedia FlashPlayer 6 or higher must be installed.
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Section 2. Introduction
Rational Application Developer V7, hereafter called Application Developer, is anintegrated development environment (IDE). It is based on the open-source Eclipsedevelopment platform. The
platform is an extensible development platformand application framework for building software. You can add plug-ins to theplatform to include new functions.The Eclipse platform by itself comes with a Java IDE for Java applicationdevelopment. It provides some common tools and features for Java developers. Builton top of the Eclipse platform, Application Developer adds a great number ofcapabilities including J2EE development, XML, Web service development, anddatabase development.Select a workspace location, as shown in Figure 1, when you first start ApplicationDeveloper. A
can be any directory location where your work is stored. Ifyou are working on multiple projects at the same time, use different workspaces foreach project to ensure a clear code separation.
Figure 1. Selecting a workspace location
After you have chosen a workspace, the Welcome page displays, as shown inFigure 2. It offers quick links to tutorials and samples. Click on the Overview icon totake a guided tour of Application Developer.
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