I'm getting lots of javadoc warning messages in console when I run XDoclet. What's the problem? Can I avoid it?
You can safely ignore these warning messages.
Your code refers to a class that Javadoc can't find. Javadoc always complains about this, but it doesn't stop XDoclet from doing its job. It's a normal behavior from javadoc, because the bean you're running XDoclet on is refering to a class which is not yet generated by XDoclet but anyway javadoc tries to load it and it can't because it's not yet generated.
PS: Note that the format of these warning messages vary in different versions of JDK. JDK 1.3 outputs "javadoc: warning - Cannot find class" while JDK 1.4 writes "cannot resolve symbol" in front of [ejbdoclet].