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Arrow Aircraft 2: Setting up the development environment

This article, the second of a case study, describes how to set up a development environment for the team assigned to the Arrow Aircraft project. Arrow Aircraft, a fictional company that manages a small fleet of business jets, has hired you to build a Web application to help manage its flight operations.

To see the other articles in this series, visit the Building Common Applications page.

In this article, you're the team lead of the Arrow Aircraft project. Your job is to set up the development environment for the team of designers and developers assigned to the project. Here are the topics covered:

Project background
Basic requirements for the development environment
Setting up the development server
Defining the site in UltraDev
Creating the database connection
Setting up team members
Enabling source control

Charles Nadeau

Charles Nadeau is a lead technical writer on the Dreamweaver documentation team.


27 March 2001

development, Arrow Aircraft, team, application server, JRun, JSP, database, site definition, source control, check in, check out, connection

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