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xdoclete web site says that the current version supports only jboss 3.1. I am using jboss 3.2. Should I use xdoclet in my application? Is there a work around?
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Walker,
The documentation is incorrect (JBoss never even had a 3.1 version.). In fact, if you try and use "3.1" as a value for the attribute, XDoclet will generate an error stating that version isn't a valid value. Just use "3.2" as your value and you'll be fine.
 
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