Is there a HOWTO somewhere?

Hi,

I can't figure out how the EJB support is supposed to work. When I enable
it and IDEA asks me if it should look for existing beans, it doesn't
find any. When I want to add a new one, if I select my ejb-jar.xml file,
IDEA asks me if I want to overwrite an existing one. I don't want to but I
say yes, because otherwise nothing happens. WhenI say yes, I get a
response saying it can't be overridden.

Is there a quick HOWTO that explains how you're supposed to use EJB
support?

Thanks,

L

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Laurent Duperval <laurent.duperval@microcell.ca>

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I believe this problem has been reported already to IntelliJ. A workaround
is to specify a new ejb-jar file, then edit the location manually afterwards
to point it at your existing one. That worked for me on build 639.

Hope that helps,
Vil.
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"Laurent Duperval" <laurent.duperval@microcell.ca> wrote in message
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Hi,

>

I can't figure out how the EJB support is supposed to work. When I enable
it and IDEA asks me if it should look for existing beans, it doesn't
find any. When I want to add a new one, if I select my ejb-jar.xml file,
IDEA asks me if I want to overwrite an existing one. I don't want to but I
say yes, because otherwise nothing happens. WhenI say yes, I get a
response saying it can't be overridden.

>

Is there a quick HOWTO that explains how you're supposed to use EJB
support?

>

Thanks,

>

L

>

--
Laurent Duperval <laurent.duperval@microcell.ca>

>

BOREN'S FIRST LAW
When in doubt, mumble.

>
>


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