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From "Richard van Nieuwenhoven (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Updated: (MECLIPSE-137) Developed RAD-6 Plugin Extention
Date Wed, 02 Aug 2006 07:58:31 GMT
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Richard van Nieuwenhoven updated MECLIPSE-137:

    Attachment: maven-rad-plugin.tar.gz

sorry that it took so long but i was not at work...

this is the tarball with the plugin.
some hints for RAD6 users
- do not use java classes in a war project, put all java classes in dependent projects
- best thing to do is to make all jars in the war project provided and put them in the ear
- there will be a classpath directory included in ejb projects here you can put your generated
ejb classes for nor i use the websphere-ant jobs in the project-pom to generate them. (in
the package phase overwiting the jar and the client-jar and copieing the classes to the classes-folder
included by this plugin, the ant-job does not generate the java files...)
- the META-INF of the ejb project MUST!!! be a toplevel folder so include this top-level-folder
in your resources list of the pom (the java files can stay in src/main/java
- don't forget to fill the ".cvsignore" files especialy the jar's and wars in the ear-project's
and the war-project's


> Developed RAD-6 Plugin Extention
> --------------------------------
>                 Key: MECLIPSE-137
>                 URL:
>             Project: Maven 2.x Eclipse Plugin
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>            Reporter: Richard van Nieuwenhoven
>         Attachments: maven-rad-plugin.tar.gz
> I just finisched developing a RAD-6 (IBM Rational Application Developer 6.0) extention
to the eclipse plugin.
> It supports J2EE projects with the websphere development envorment, supported are
> - EJB projects
> - Web projects
> - EAR- projects
> all these projects are recognized by rad-6 as what they. The websphere development enviorment
including hot-deployment features funktions out of the box.
> i wrote writers for:
> - the ".j2ee" files
> - the "application.xml" and the "modulemaps" file
> - copying the extrenal libs in the ear project root
> - adapting the MANIFEST.MF of the projects (nessesary for the websphere development enviorment)
> - the ".websettings" file
> - the ".websiteconfig" file
> - the ".project" (only alternative project natures/builders)
> do you want to include it the the eclipse plugin or sould it be an extra plugin? i should
not be complicated to include it because i did the real work in writer-classes.
> should i add a tgz with the sources? or how do you want the sources?

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