2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 11, 2007 7:44 AM by Karl Koster

    EJB3 functionality

    Karl Koster Newbie

      I have been poking around looking for the libraries that support EJB3 annotations and have been unable to find them within the tools. The JBoss IDE used to have an EJB3 project type that pulled the libraries from a server deployment. Is something like that anywhere within the toolset?


        • 1. Re: EJB3 functionality
          Christian Douven Newbie

          Yes. There is. You have to create a Server-Run-Time and assign it to your Project.

          • 2. Re: EJB3 functionality
            Karl Koster Newbie

            Yes, there is if you are creating a new project. However, since JBoss Tools is targeted at Eclipse 3.3 and the older JBoss IDE plugin doesn't seem to like Eclipse 3.3 the move the Eclipse 3.3 necessitates an import of projects from Eclipse 3.2. The import facility does seem to offer any conversion of the old EJB3 project to the new JBoss Tools project type. So, it seems the only way to get a pre-existing JBossIDE EJB3 project into JBoss Tools is to reconstruct it from scratch.

            Or am I missing something.