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Speed JSP Custom Tag development with XDoclet

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Speed J2EE component development with XDoclet
This tutorial shows J2EE developers how to use XDoclet to speed development. XDoclet simplifies continuous integration between components using attribute-oriented programming. It allows you to radically reduce development time by generating deployment descriptors and support code, allowing you to focus on application logic code. Register for this tutorial
XDoclet tutorial
This tutorial consists of three step by step examples using Servlets, Custom Tags, EntityBeans (CMP CMR 2.0) and SessionBeans.
XDoclet tutorial

This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of Java technology and XML. Knowledge of J2EE technology and Ant are helpful but not required to understand the key concepts. Ant is used to build, and deploy the example applications. Links to introductory material on Ant, Java technology, J2EE , XML, and EJB technology are provided in the references section at the end of this tutorial.

System requirements
You will need a current version of the JDK. All the examples in this tutorial use J2SE SDK 1.4.1.
All of the examples use Ant build scripts to build and deploy the Web applications that contain the examples. The examples use Ant 1.5.3.
You will need XDoclet The examples in this tutorial use version XDoclet 1.2 beta 2.
Eclipse or WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WebSphere Studio) is not required, but can be found at the Eclipse Web Site and at WebSphere Studio trial download respectively.
XDoclet tutorial
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Tutorial length: Under two hours
Formats: HTML, PDF, Zip
XDoclet tutorial
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One day... all IDEs will have XDoclet support... watch my words
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