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From "Eric Jablow" <erjab...@praxiseng.com>
Subject Using <ejbjar> and XDoclet
Date Thu, 21 Nov 2002 22:05:20 GMT
I know this is the Ant mailing list and
not the XDoclet mailing list, but I
hope people can help me anyway.

I am writing an EJB application that will
have about 10 EJBs, and I want to package
them in separate jar files. I also want to
generate most of the files through XDoclet.
However, I cannot get XDoclet to create
separate deploymentdescriptors for each EJB.
If I use this as my <ejbdoclet> target,

    <target name="xdoclet" depends="xdoclet-init"
          description="Generate artifacts from EJBs">
        <mkdir dir="${build.ejb.dir}"/>
        <mkdir dir="${build.ejb.dir}/META-INF"/>

        <property name="struts.base.class"
                  value="org.apache.struts.action.ActionForm"/>

        <ejbdoclet
               destdir="${build.src.dir}"
               excludedtags="@version,@author"
               ejbspec="2.0">


          <packageSubstitution packages="ejb"
                               substituteWith="interfaces"/>

          <fileset dir="${build.src.dir}">
            <include name="**/*Bean.java" />
          </fileset>

          <fileset dir="${src.dir}" includes="**/*Bean.java"/>

          <dataobject/>
          <valueobject/>
          <localinterface/>
          <utilobject cacheHomes="true"/>
          <localhomeinterface/>
          <entitypk/>
          <entitycmp/>
          <homeinterface/>
          <remoteinterface/>
          <entitypk/>
          <strutsform>
            <packageSubstitution packages="ejb"
substituteWith="struts"/>
          </strutsform>
          <weblogic destdir="${build.ejb.dir}/META-INF" />
          <deploymentdescriptor destdir="${build.ejb.dir}/META-INF"
                                 validatexml="true"
                                 destinationFile="{0}-ejb-jar.xml"
      />

    </ejbdoclet>
  </target>

I end up with files like Person-ejb-jar.xml,
Company-ejb-jar.xml, etc., but with identical
contents.  Then, <ejbjar> produces identical
EJB JAR files, each with all the EJB 
class files therein.

Furthermore, I have no idea how to produce
separate WebLogic descriptors for each EJB.

Has anyone successfully done this?  I'm using
Ant 1.5.1, XDoclet 1.2.0-beta1, and WebLogic 6.1.

All my Bean files are in the same package:
com.praxiseng.myproject.ejb, by the way.

Respectfully,
Eric Jablow
Praxis Engineering Technologies, Inc.
301-490-4299 x. 131.





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