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JE22 project layout ... [message #57458] Thu, 23 December 2004 12:55 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: gael.billard.jwaretechnologies.com

My software is a base platform and some modules.
The base platform (business part) is made with several java project. The
same for modules (tipillacy one java project per module).

My GUI is a web application. This application is defined in a webProject
and depend one the base projects. It offer a framework for module to be
plugged into and deliver several sevice.

Currently, I've to deploy using ANT (A task to deploy all and a task per
project to deploy only the associated module).

1 - I wonder if WTP project layout will allow this kind of architecture
and offer "incremental deployement" upon file modification (like java
compiler).

2 - Will it be possible to define all J2EE related dependency in the
main web application project and other (modules) projects depend on it
to avoid redefining everything for each project? I think it can't be
done at the moment (or I miss something).

Ex:
workspace
- project1 (base business)
- webProject1 (base GUI)
- project2 (module 1)
depend one project1 for business and webproject1 for GUI.
- project3 (module 2)
depend one project1 for business and webproject1 for GUI.

Currently I had to copy every config file (web.xml, tld ...) for each
project and eclipse manage classpath. But for editing and compiling
anly, not for deployement.

I'd like to split module into two part a business and a GUI. I would
have a standard java project dependency but for the GUI I don't see how
to do this using eclipse abilities. (not throuogh an ANT script, which
can be long and does not take care of real changes).

Thanks.
Re: JE22 project layout ... [message #60854 is a reply to message #57458] Tue, 04 January 2005 21:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michael D. Elder is currently offline Michael D. ElderFriend
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Hi Gael,

The enhancments made under the WTP M3 milestone should support the
business logic/GUI division in your structure.What are your Module1 and
Module2 projects used for? Are they included as part of the Web Application?
Are they business logic, or GUI oriented? Is your anticipation to have
project1+webProject1+project2 deployed as a single application?

Thank you for your participation.

Kind Regards,

Michael D. Elder


"Gael" <gael.billard@jwaretechnologies.com> wrote in message
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> My software is a base platform and some modules.
> The base platform (business part) is made with several java project. The
> same for modules (tipillacy one java project per module).
>
> My GUI is a web application. This application is defined in a webProject
> and depend one the base projects. It offer a framework for module to be
> plugged into and deliver several sevice.
>
> Currently, I've to deploy using ANT (A task to deploy all and a task per
> project to deploy only the associated module).
>
> 1 - I wonder if WTP project layout will allow this kind of architecture
> and offer "incremental deployement" upon file modification (like java
> compiler).
>
> 2 - Will it be possible to define all J2EE related dependency in the
> main web application project and other (modules) projects depend on it
> to avoid redefining everything for each project? I think it can't be
> done at the moment (or I miss something).
>
> Ex:
> workspace
> - project1 (base business)
> - webProject1 (base GUI)
> - project2 (module 1)
> depend one project1 for business and webproject1 for GUI.
> - project3 (module 2)
> depend one project1 for business and webproject1 for GUI.
>
> Currently I had to copy every config file (web.xml, tld ...) for each
> project and eclipse manage classpath. But for editing and compiling
> anly, not for deployement.
>
> I'd like to split module into two part a business and a GUI. I would
> have a standard java project dependency but for the GUI I don't see how
> to do this using eclipse abilities. (not throuogh an ANT script, which
> can be long and does not take care of real changes).
>
> Thanks.
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