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That's true that IDEA is only able to help you refactor existing EJBs. It's
possible for plugins to add a menu item to the New... group to create any
other types of files. However, a good support for code generation will only
be possible when we open the APIs to the source code engine I suppose.

Eugene


"Rich Mischook" <rmischook@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Does IntelliJ provide any tools for generating the EJB remote/home/bean
classes and descriptor file or do you need to hand create these? I've

looked

at the EJB INTEGRATION tab which seems to require pointing at an existing
bean?

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Thanks.

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You might want to check this open source tool out:

http://opensource.itplus.dk/EJBCreator


On Wed, 5 Jun 2002 17:46:42 -0400, "Rich Mischook" <rmischook@yahoo.com> wrote:

Does IntelliJ provide any tools for generating the EJB remote/home/bean
classes and descriptor file or do you need to hand create these? I've looked
at the EJB INTEGRATION tab which seems to require pointing at an existing
bean?

Thanks.




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Rich,

EJB remote/home/bean generation is already possible in Ariadna if you have
at least empty deployment descriptor. Deployment descriptor (i.e. EJB Group)
generation is planned in Ariadna.

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"Rich Mischook" <rmischook@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:adm0rk$ghi$1@is.intellij.net...

Does IntelliJ provide any tools for generating the EJB remote/home/bean
classes and descriptor file or do you need to hand create these? I've

looked

at the EJB INTEGRATION tab which seems to require pointing at an existing
bean?

>

Thanks.

>
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In <admabh$oql$1@is.intellij.net> Eugene Belyaev wrote:

However, a good support for code
generation will only be possible when we open the APIs to the source
code engine I suppose.

And until then it is possible to write a plug-in to support AspectJ... I
wonder if the support of APIs to the source code engine is in the
feature list of IDEA's future version?

Best regards,
Richard Chuo

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