Fixed in #639,Thank you for report.--regards,Alexey Kudravtsev.JetBrains, Inchttp://www.intellij.com"Develop with pleasure!"PS. Could you please post EJB related messages to the j2ee group ?"Christopher Cobb" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in messagenews:3D3EC210.724A9339@phtek.com...
In our project, we may store several beans in the same directory. Thename of our ejb-jar.xml files are therefore:
During our build, we merge these xml files together and all theassociated beans go into a single jar file, with a single 'ejb-jar.xml'file.
However, during development, we keep the *-ejb-jar.xml files for eachbean separate.
The dialogue window which prompts for the path to the ejb-jar.xml fileassumes that the file will be named exactly 'ejb-jar.xml'. This is notthe case for our project. The dialog you had in previous versions wasbetter because it allowed you to select any xml file.
I would even allow you to restrict the select to '*ejb-jar.xml'. Butassuming the the file is named exactly 'ejb-jar.xml' makes the currentEJB support unusable for us (unless there is a work-around for thedialog, which I imagine should be possible by manually editingconfiguration files -- but I haven't looked that far yet :).
In <email@example.com>, Alexey Kudravtsev wrote:
Fixed in #639,Thank you for report.
I'd like to add that in 639, the ejb jar file can only be calledejb-jar.xml. We usually use Foo-ejb-jar.xml but IDEA doesn't recognizethis as a valid descriptor name.L-- Laurent Duperval <firstname.lastname@example.org>How does the guy who drives the snowplow get to work in the mornings?
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