I have a suggestion...
try fixing the link
Ditto... fix the link already.
I'm net to JBoss and am *VERY* frustrated by the lack of quality information available for getting up to speed.
I've tried a number of "getting started" type documents/tutorials and have had very little luck (although I've "enjoyed" (sarcasm) loading and reloading different versions of ant and xdoclet).
I'm also surprised by the number of excellent questions in these forums languishing WITH NO ANSWERS POSTED!
I really hope that the general quality of JBOSS surpasses my personal experiences with it so far. I have significant experience working with other Open Source projects - and have never been this frustrated...
Banging my head on my desk,
The link what you have mentioned is NOT A VALID ONE. Please check with your link.
Have a look at this site and this might help you in yr learning curve.
It covers extensively about Xdoclet tags and some J2EE patterns.
Few chapters has been released and rest will be releaesd very soon.
But it has got all types of bean and web components
step by step.
I came across a neat slide presentation on the sourceforge jboss-user mailing lis, which btw is also a good place to hunt got info.
I am trying to get the slide presentation included as a pdf doc into the Docs section of the sourceforge page. The original is in a ppt format. It also has an example project with source code.
Here are the links,
jboss-user list archive: http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_id=2266
I also attach the pdf version of the presentation (at I will try...). The heasdings are a bit screwed, but it is readable. This presentation was compiled by Chris Bonham.
PS: realised the attachment should not go over 1M, so I am posting it in 2 halves.
here is the second part