Excuse my humorous subject line. what is not so funny is that it's close to being true. For those of you who do not know WSAD it stands for WebSphere Application Developer IDE.
Anyways... it really stinks, especially when used in collaboration with ClearCase! 2 slow, completely un-intuitive tools, that just do not deliver the basic functionality a developer needs. If that weren't enough... WSAD is full of unreliable (and sometimes simply buggy) behavior when it comes to generating deploy code, handling classpaths, and caching what's on the FS!
So... I am pleading that JetBrains implements support for WebSphere. WebSphere developers would probably come rushing to IntelliJ if you did!