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Hi,

I've been using seam-gen to add parts to an existing application and I've had to go in and change paths and packages because I don't know how to inform seam-gen of my application's package structure. I know that the base paths are set during seam-setup, but our classes fit in subpackages of the initial main package.

I would guess that I could do this in the reveng.xml file through some setting in the TABLE element, but I can't find any reference to a setting that would affect packages or paths.

The basic docs ( http://docs.jboss.org/tools/2.1.0.Beta1/hibernatetools/html/reverseengineering.html ) do not give any example of this.
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