In the Workshop documentation you'll find several tutorials to help you get acquainted with the IDE and the applications you can build with it.
In your installation you'll also find sample workspaces containing the completed code for each of these tutorials. For more information, see Workshop Samples.
Creating Web Applications
|Getting Started with BEA Workshop|
|Accessing a Database from a Beehive NetUI Web Application|
|Struts||Edit a Struts application.|
|Working with JSPs||Create a JSP application.|
|JavaServer Faces Application||Create a JavaServer Faces application.|
|JavaServer Faces / NetUI Integration||Integrate JavaServer Faces with NetUI Page Flows in a web application.|
Creating Web Services
|Advanced Web Services|
|Create a Timer Control|
Working with Data
|Testing a Control with JUnit|
|Building Enterprise JavaBeans|
|Working with Databases||Connect to a database and perform various types of analytic and management tasks.|
|Kodo||Make a web application that uses JPA (Java Persistence API) with BEA Kodo|
|Developing a Hibernate Application||Build a Hibernate-based web application.|
|XMLBeans||Create XMLBeans and use them in a web service.|
Note: For Workshop for JSP users, most advanced Workshop development features are available only for the first 30 days after installation. After the 30 day trial period, these features are disabled.
Workshop Cheat Sheets