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From John Woolsey <>
Subject Re: Enterprise Bean Structure
Date Wed, 18 Aug 2004 12:25:40 GMT
Ok I will stop being a lurker. Mostly because I have started playing 
with code :) I am working on writing my own bits of a j2ee engine from 
scratch. At the moment it is more of a paralell self discovery project 
to Geronimo. I was wondering what the preferred method to creating 
objects for Enterprise Beans is. The obvious way is to use code 
generation to wrap the interfaces. There might also be a way to do it 
with reflection. I can see both ways as being effective. Which way do 
you think is better?

						- bfn - JAW

David Blevins wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 17, 2004 at 03:31:26PM -0400, wrote:
>>Please let me know how can I help you.
> Open source works pretty much the opposite of corporate development.
> You find something you want to do, then let us know how we can help
> you.
> That's pretty much it.
> Finding something to do is too easy: grab a scratch pad and start
> using Geronimo; write down everything that doesn't meet your
> expectations, didn't work, didn't work as you though, or generally
> needs work; pick the easiest thing on the list and do it.
> -David

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