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From Jesse McConnell <jesse.mailing.li...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Subprojects and Dependencies
Date Sat, 17 Sep 2005 01:09:35 GMT
Hi Dru, 

sorry for the quick short reply, but are you considering using maven1 or 
maven2 for this project?

I don't know much about maven1, but if you are considering using maven2 for 
this my initial impression is that you would be best served to give up the 
notion on how it will work with ant or partially with ant and take a look at 
the project from strictly an m2 perspective..

if m2 is the route you are thinking of taking then I can probably at least 
point you in the right direction since the project I have setup in m2 
involves ejbs, wars, ear and some webservices thrown in for good measure :)

I forget who said it, but if you want to go the maven2 route you need to 
embrace the philosophy of m2 and see how it solves you problem...not try and 
wedge it into your old way of doing things.

Jesse

On 9/16/05, Dru Devore <ddevore@duckhouse.us> wrote:
> 
> I am working on a new project for creating Web Services for the
> business. These will have EJB behind them, for internal Java to Java
> use as well as business logic and data models. This is my problem I
> need to have a parent project for the WS, EJB and logic with an outside
> project for the models, they can be used by multiple projects. I am
> currently working with NetBeans and have the Mevenide installed in it.
> This is what I want as my structure
> 
> parent project
> |
> |--------WS project
> |
> |--------EJB project
> |
> |--------Logic project
> 
> model project
> 
> I don't have much of a problem with the model project it is the others I
> have a problem with. Netbeans builds a nice enterprise application with
> the parent, ws and ejb projects and I can then add a logic project to
> it with not much of a problem but that will use ANT and I am into the
> lib problem in CVS or some common place on the HD of each developer. I
> really want to use Maven but don't know how much work it would involve.
> 
> Here are my questions.
> 
> 1. If Netbeans sets this up for me using ANT is it worth it to mess with
> Maven?
> 2. Would it be better to use the Maven ANT task for working with
> repositories to solve the lib problem?
> 3. If I should use Maven is there an easy way to convert the ANT
> scripts, I would rather not simply call the ANT for it's targets.
> 4. If I end up wrapping the ANT is there an easy way to do this?
> 
> Dru Devore
> So many suggestions so little time.
> 
> 
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-- 
jesse mcconnell

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