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From Jacob Kjome <>
Subject Re[2]: JBoss 2.4.x taskdef
Date Fri, 15 Nov 2002 18:10:06 GMT
Hello Daniel,

I believe that XDoclet auto-generates the Home and Remote interfaces
*and* creates the deployment descriptors.  All this is done using
Javadoc statments.  In fact, XDoclet is just a Doclet for Javadoc.

JBoss provides free documentation and an example with an Ant build
that uses XDoclet.  You might want to check that out.

The Template and Examples provides the Ant build that uses XDoclet and
the Draft 3 of the getting started guide describes how to use it.


Friday, November 15, 2002, 11:26:06 AM, you wrote:

DBL> On Friday 15 November 2002 08:36, David Jencks wrote:

>> I can't figure out what this task does and how it differs from xdoclet.

DBL> What does xdoclet do?  And will it allow me to generate my ejb-jars, jboss.xml 
DBL> automatically, without a known set of EJB's?

DBL> My JBoss taskdef doesn't require a known set of EJBs.  It only requires a 
DBL> known directory that contains EJBs, and will recursively grab them.  The only 
DBL> requirement is that the Home interface, Remote interface and Session beans 
DBL> all end in Home, Remote, and Session, respectively, and that they all bare 
DBL> the same class root name.

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