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FYI - new EJBWizard release  RSS feed

 
Tim Holloway
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It gives me great please to announce Version 3.2 of the EJBWizard open-source RAD tool for the creation of Enterprise JavaBeans and JavaServer Pages which can manipulate them. Although the 3.x versions have been quite solid for some time, this is the first release to officially be be labelled as "production".
The EJBWizard is a standalone Java app and does not require any particular OS, IDE or appserver to run.
http://www.mousetech.com/EJBWizard.html
I hope you will find it as useful as I have!
 
Rich Katz
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Hi Tim,
It looks really interesting! Particularly the Ant integration.
It looks like the CMP portion essentially pulls EJB information from a database - like an O/R Mapping Tool - but EJBWizard does more than just that since it also creates sessions.
I've listed it on Java Skyline Server News:
http://www.javaskyline.com/news.jsp http://www.javaskyline.com/servernews.jsp
I'd also like to list it on either the Enterprise (tools) page or the database page (O/R Mapping Tools) -- which ever you think is appropriate.
Regards & best wishes,
Rich Katz
 
Tim Holloway
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Thanks Rich! I consider the EJBWizard to be an Enterprise tool myself, since it generates session beans as well as entity beans.
It's a pretty powerful system, I think. Not only can you feed it external parameters and personalize it for different appservers, the core system is entirely template-driven, so you can customize or add templates as desired.
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