- Using EJBGen @ WEBLOGIC JOURNAL
Sick of working with all of those different Java files and deployment descriptors when developing EJBs for WebLogic Server? A couple of tools out there allow you to work with just the bean code, and use special Javadoc comments to define what should be in the other interfaces (Home, Remote), and the XML deployment descriptors (ejb-jar.xml, weblogic-ejb-jar.xml). After using these tools, you quickly realize how clean it is to just have one Java source file representing your EJB.
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