The J2EE component provides frameworks and tools focused on the development of J2EE artifacts. Currently, the component supports J2EE 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4. The following use cases are supported:
A more detailed functional overview is also available.
|Page Quick Index|
|New and Noteworthy|
Our purpose in detailing these features is to allow users of all backgrounds to begin testing and providing feedback. Each Milestone Test Plan includes detailed tutorials of the usecases that were available at the end of the milestone.
|General J2EE Test Plan|
|New and Noteworthy|
Each milestone produces some new notewothy features. This also contains readme items...
|Milestone 3 News|
|Milestone 4 News|
|Milestone 5 News|
|WST API JavaDoc JST API JavaDoc|
|The J2EE Deployment Descriptor Models|
These EMF-based models allow for model-driven access and modification of J2EE deployment descriptors. Clients may use these models to build operations, wizards, editors, or whatever they can envision! For the diagram-happy, Rose diagrams and overviews are also available.
|J2EE Module Operations(module creation, import and export) API|
J2EE operations provide capabilities to create J2EE artifacts within projects, import deployable archives, and export modules from a project into a deployable archive.
|J2EE Module UI (module creation, import and export) API|
J2EE Wizards depend on the J2EE Operations and allow users to create J2EE artifacts within projects, import deployable archives, and export modules from a project into a deployable archive.
|Flexible Project Structure API|
The Flexible Project Structure API, also referred to as ModuleCore, allows consumers to build J2EE compliant modules from arbitrary structures within Eclipse projects. The overview discussed the core pieces of the API with appropriate diagrams and code snippets.
|Flexible Project Content MetaModel API|
The Flexible Project Content Model API allows consumers to build J2EE compliant components from arbitrary structures within Eclipse projects. This document covers the J2EE Artifact Edit api usage and migration info from old NatureRuntime and EditModel api and some code snippets on how to use the ArtifactEdits.