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From Joe Bohn <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Discussion thread for Geronimo Samples 2.1.2 vote
Date Tue, 30 Sep 2008 19:34:28 GMT
The fix would be to remove the links from the view (see <history> below 
for details).  Our current approach is to generate the maven site to 
make the xref and javadoc available.  They are a little hard to find ... 
but they're there (you have to navigate through the site to get to the 
specific sample-war or sample-ejb and then look in the reports for the 
xref and javadoc reports).

I can make the update and generate a new release candidate without a lot 
of trouble.  I'd like to wait to see if other issues are found or if 
there is a strong opinion that we should release with this minor issue.

Originally, there was some complicated processing in the samples to 
build and include the javadoc and xrefs in the wars themselves.  This 
was all created without an eye toward releasing the samples.  The 
process required some special pom configuration (which was messing up 
the maven site generation processing) as well as some special build 
processing.  For a user this was no problem.  They would execute "mvn 
site install" which would result in the javadoc/xref being created and 
then later included in the war file via a copy into the src tree prior 
to the package lifecycle phase.  This wasn't workable with a maven 
release process because it resulted in the local changes as you attempt 
to release.  I also wasn't sure how we could do the combined mvn install 
and site generation which was required for this to work.  So, as was 
recently discussed on the dev list, we removed the javadoc and xref 
links and generated a standard maven site.  You found a link to the old 
source that I missed.

Thanks for checking it out.


  Kevan Miller wrote:
> On Sep 29, 2008, at 10:44 PM, Joe Bohn wrote:
>> This a thread to discuss any issues as a result of the Geronimo 
>> Samples 2.1.2 vote candidate.
> The EJB 3.0 calculator sample (e.g. http://localhost:8080/calculator/) 
> contains pointers to two source files: and 
> Neither is working.
> Is this easily fixable? If so, we should fix.
> --kevan

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