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From Lee Meador <leemeador76...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [M1] Maven with Websphere Application Developer anyone?
Date Tue, 22 Nov 2005 21:07:27 GMT
I worked on a project last year that was using WSAD 5.1.2 with version 1 of
Maven. It worked ok but we didn't get everything we wanted. My memory is
fuzzy and I don't have access to the project files any more.

1) We could use WSAD with the folder structure Maven wants just fine.

2) We had a sort-of-base-project with things set up to build all the other
projects as subprojects.

3) We would run Maven from the command line. Some developers set it up as an
external tool to just run.

4) The projects would build inside WSAD (too) and we could deploy that way
to the built in Websphere to test things.

5) That project had a Swing front end that talked directly to EJBs with
Hibernate in the back. There was also a tiny little web app that did little
more than show you the version number of the back end. Every "layer" was in
a seperate WSAD project. That implies there were ejb projects, web projects
and java projects.

Hope this helps.

-- Lee Meador

On 11/22/05, Weston, Toby <toby.weston@misys.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Folks,
>
> Is anyone using Maven based structures (in particular J2EE ones like
> webapps) with Websphere Application Developer (WSAD) or Rational
> Application
> Developer?
>
> I was just after any horror/success stories and if you can make the
> project
> structure co-exist in harmony.
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Toby
>
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-- Lee Meador
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