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How can i use packagesubstitution with xdoclet in Eclipse IDE [message #212806] Tue, 22 April 2008 19:43 Go to next message
Yeray Santana Borges is currently offline Yeray Santana BorgesFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Junior Member

Iam new on eclipse IDE. I dont know how to move all the interfaces of a
EJB to a other package distinct of the package where my EJB bean class is.

for example:

org.example.ejb ---> EJBSessionBean.class
org.example.interface ---> EJBSession.class, EJBSessionLocalHome.class

after run xdoclet i get all the interfaces on the same package where i
develop my EJB.

I think that i could write my own xdocletbuild.xml ant file and run it
like ant script and use the <packagesubstitution> to get the result.

I am working with eclipse 3.4m6 on Mac OSX Leopard, there is a IDE option
where i can use the packagesubstitution por home and local interfaces
using a xdoclet EJB? must i write my own xdocletbuild.xml and run it like
ant script?

Thanks, sorry for my poor english i am learning it too.
Re: How can i use packagesubstitution with xdoclet in Eclipse IDE [message #519598 is a reply to message #212806] Tue, 09 March 2010 12:22 Go to previous message
Dirk Niemeier is currently offline Dirk NiemeierFriend
Messages: 2
Registered: March 2010
Junior Member
I have this problem too. Isn't there any simple mechanism to extend the xDoclet konfiguration of standard xDoclet funktionally? Perhaps to extend the .settings\org.eclipse.jst.j2ee.ejb.annotations.xdoclet.prefs file?
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