I'm having the exact same problem. I disabled the "sourcepath" like yousuggested. This is now compiling fine but only the remote interface showsoff in the EJB panel. This problem renders the EJB integration totallyuseless.I noticed that when the "sourcepath" is enabled, the project panel containsboth the root project and the EJB project. Is it the correct behavior?Here is a project that reproduces this problem. I did not include thej2ee.jar file to reduce the size of the archive as much as possible.Manuel"Mike Aizatsky" <email@example.com> wrote in messagenews:firstname.lastname@example.org...
It seems that your ejb configurations have additional source paths turned
(see Project properties). Try to turn off "sourcepath" checks.
PS Could you please be so kind to post all j2ee-related issues to eap.j2eenewsgroup?
--Best regards,Mike Aizatsky.------------------------------JetBrains, Inc / IntelliJ Softwarehttp://www.intellij.com"Develop with pleasure!"
"Bill Pfeiffer" <email@example.com> wrote in messagenews:firstname.lastname@example.org...
As i have not seen a good answer to this yet, I am going to post it
I am maintaining a j2ee project. I have all my source under a single
tree. When I go to debug within Idea 626, it tries to compile
and gets tons of "duplicate class errors". If I turn off the "EJB"
in Idea 626, the pre-compile before debug goes just fine. It looks likeusing the EJB managaement feature of Idea somehow causes this duplicateclass error.
Is there a fix on the horizon or is this just how it works (or doesn't
as the case may be...)?
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