Thanks for the feedback.
I fixed the bug but as we yesterday tagged the trunk of google project I did not add this change to that. Hope we can add it with next commit.
Hi Kasun,I followed your help page and managed to install easily the Persistence Tooling plugins.I was also able to generate some persistence code for a testing entry and I successfully tested this code in a small class (which gets a Person and updates one of its attribute).Congratulations! It works great...Of course, this is not something we could be shipping as is in Studio, and a few things need to be re-worked in order to make the plugin more powerful and customizable (like a tighter integration into Eclipse for code generation and the ability to change the default connection to the DAO class for example).But, this is a very good starting point. :)Just, one small bug I came across while testing: when arriving to the attributes selection page of the wizard, I couldn't move to the next page or finish the wizard, I had to (un)check one element to get the buttons to work.A very minor bug, which can probably be fixed before the end of the GSoC deadline.Regards,Pierre-ArnaudOn 15 août 2010, at 16:39, Kasun Lakpriya wrote:Hi dev,
Tomorrow is the 'pencils down date' according to the GSoC 2010 time line .
So I would like to present you all, in the dev , our final version (for GSoC 2010) of Persistence Tooling plugin for Apache Directory Studio.
The product we have at the moment is capable of generating a Java Bean class and a DAO class from an existing entry in a LDAP directory tree. The tooling collects all the required information in a wizard to generate the code and the code can be generated to a Eclipse Java project. At the moment it's not generation the pom.xml so that we need to generate the code in to a place where all the dependencies exist (e.g. persistence-example module in ).
How to install :
We just need to extract the tarball  to eclipse/dropins directory.
Complete user documentation can be found here .
And finally I want to thank all of you for your help, guidance and feedback during GSoC. Special thanks to my mentor, Stefan Seelmann, Pierre-Arnaud, Emmanuel for your help and guidance.
Thanks and Kind Regards,