Navigating to bean source from the EJB structure view...?

I must be missing something, but I can't find a way to navigate to the
source of my bean class from the EJB structure view. Getting to the home and
remote interfaces is easy enough - just double clicking on a member name
does the job. But getting to the actual bean implementation seems to be
impossible from this view, as far as I can tell. It seems like a pretty
obvious thing to want, which is why I think I'm missing something; if anyone
can tell me what that is I'll be very grateful.

Cheers,
Vil.
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Each EJB in EJB view consists of the Component/Home interfaces, PK class and
EJB implementation class.
Click on the latter and you should go the the corresponding Java class.

If there is no EJB implementation class in the tree, check your deployment
descriptor contains correct full quialified Java class names.
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"Vilya Harvey" <vilya.harvey@digitalsteps.com> wrote in message
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I must be missing something, but I can't find a way to navigate to the
source of my bean class from the EJB structure view. Getting to the home

and

remote interfaces is easy enough - just double clicking on a member name
does the job. But getting to the actual bean implementation seems to be
impossible from this view, as far as I can tell. It seems like a pretty
obvious thing to want, which is why I think I'm missing something; if

anyone

can tell me what that is I'll be very grateful.

>

Cheers,
Vil.
--
Vilya Harvey, Consultant
vilya.harvey@digitalsteps.com / digital steps /
(W) +44 (0)1483 469 480
(M) +44 (0)7816 678 457 http://www.digitalsteps.com/

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I've just realised the source of my confusion: we use XDoclet and that
generates a descriptor which points to a generated a subclass of the bean
implementation. Doh! Thanks for your response - it helped me to spot my
mistake.

Vil.

"Alexey Kudravtsev" <cdr@intellij.com> wrote in message
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Each EJB in EJB view consists of the Component/Home interfaces, PK class

and

EJB implementation class.
Click on the latter and you should go the the corresponding Java class.

>

If there is no EJB implementation class in the tree, check your deployment
descriptor contains correct full quialified Java class names.
--
regards,
Alexey Kudravtsev.
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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"Vilya Harvey" <vilya.harvey@digitalsteps.com> wrote in message
news:b15q2r$krq$1@is.intellij.net...

I must be missing something, but I can't find a way to navigate to the
source of my bean class from the EJB structure view. Getting to the home

and

remote interfaces is easy enough - just double clicking on a member name
does the job. But getting to the actual bean implementation seems to be
impossible from this view, as far as I can tell. It seems like a pretty
obvious thing to want, which is why I think I'm missing something; if

anyone

can tell me what that is I'll be very grateful.

>

Cheers,
Vil.
--
Vilya Harvey, Consultant
vilya.harvey@digitalsteps.com / digital steps /
(W) +44 (0)1483 469 480
(M) +44 (0)7816 678 457 http://www.digitalsteps.com/

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