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Project structure: 1 Project - many EJB Modules [message #183097] Wed, 22 November 2006 08:07 Go to next message
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I have read the Eclipse "Project configuration tutorial" in the "Java
Development User Guide".

I would like to have one java project with the whole source of
20 big ejb modules, and some war applications, so i thought of this
project structure.

Eclipse 3.2 Project with source linking:

java project: server_source:

j2ee modul projects:

module1: 1. link source: to server_source/src/com/../module1/*
2. required projects on build path: server_source:
access rule: forbidden:server_source/src/com/../module1/*

module2 ...
module3 ...
module4 ...
module20 ...

The problem is, with so many different projects, because every modul is
a project in its own,everything gets very confusing.

I have seen that the JBossIde (2.0.0beta2) allows to specify "package
configuration" inside one project consisting of many modules.
So one calls "run packaging", this results in creating the jar, war etc
files via ant build file. Then i can rightclick on a jar file and
specify "deploy on server".

Is something like that possible with Eclipse?
How would you structure such a project?

Thanks for some hints.
Re: Project structure: 1 Project - many EJB Modules [message #183187 is a reply to message #183097] Fri, 24 November 2006 14:59 Go to previous message
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WTP only supports one module per project.

- Konstantin
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