XDoclet?

I've got to say first that I've not yet enabled J2EE support in any of
the EAPs I've used, but wondered if there way anyone who had who'd also
used XDoclet?

If you've not used it, it's basically adding javadoc tags to your code,
e.g. the Bean source, and from then various Ant tasks may be run to generate
various things such as DataObject classes, CMP files, EJB deployment
descriptors & app-server specific desriptors.

I find it quite useful but havn't tried the IntelliJ approach in case
there's a conflict, but wondered if others have & had any comments?

Gwyn

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We haven't yet started but thought about it as well.
If you start using it let me know.

Thanks
"Gwyn Evans" <gwyn@jdev.co.uk> wrote in message
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I've got to say first that I've not yet enabled J2EE support in any of
the EAPs I've used, but wondered if there way anyone who had who'd also
used XDoclet?

>

If you've not used it, it's basically adding javadoc tags to your code,
e.g. the Bean source, and from then various Ant tasks may be run to

generate

various things such as DataObject classes, CMP files, EJB deployment
descriptors & app-server specific desriptors.

>

I find it quite useful but havn't tried the IntelliJ approach in case
there's a conflict, but wondered if others have & had any comments?

>

Gwyn



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