0 Replies Latest reply on Nov 21, 2006 9:28 AM by Markus Rabenberger

    Project structure with packaging configuration versus Eclips

    Markus Rabenberger Newbie

      Hi,

      I have read the Eclipse "Project configuration tutorial" in the "Java Development User Guide".

      I would like to have one java project with the whole source of
      20 big ejb modules, and some war applications, so i thought of this project structure.

      The problem is, with so many different projects, because every modul is a project in its own,everything gets very confusing.

      I have seen that the JBossIde (2.0.0beta2) allows to specify "package configuration" inside one project consisting of many modules.

      Do you use this packaging, and what do you think about it?
      How would you structure such a project?

      Eclipse 3.2 Project with source linking:
      java project: server_source:
      src/com/../module1
      src/com/../module2
      src/com/../module3
      src/com/../module4
      ...
      src/com/../module20

      j2ee modul projects:

      module1: 1. link source: to server_source/src/com/../module1/*
      2. required projects on build path: server_source: access rule: forbidden:server_source/src/com/../module1/*


      module2 ...
      module3 ...
      module4 ...
      ...
      module20 ...


      JBOSSIDE using packaging configuration:

      j2ee mainproject: package configuration for deployment of modules.

      ejbmodul1
      ejbmodul2
      ejbmodul3
      ejbmodul4
      ejbmodul5


      Greetings,
      Markus