Any framework which provide standard directory structure for development?
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Posted By:   Sumanth_Tarigopula
Posted On:   Monday, April 19, 2004 12:58 PM

Hi, We are developing J2EE application that would contain number of components. Each component would be a ear file that would contain EJB jars and war which can be deployed in any J2EE compliant application server. We are currently using the Bedrock framework for applications deployed in Weblogic. It provides a very robust directory structure with most of the ant targets. However it is very custom for Weblogic. Is there a framework that provides a robust directory structure (with built ant targets) which can be deployed into Oracle Application Server. If not, is there any standard directory structure for building J2EE applications? Any rec   More>>

Hi,




We are developing J2EE application that would contain number of components. Each component would be a ear file that would contain EJB jars and war which
can be deployed in any J2EE compliant application server.




We are currently using the Bedrock framework for applications deployed in Weblogic. It provides a very
robust directory structure with most of the ant targets. However it is very custom for Weblogic.




Is there a framework that provides a robust directory structure (with built ant targets) which can be deployed into Oracle Application Server.




If not, is there any standard directory structure for building J2EE applications? Any recommended source directory structure and why?




Any help is greatly appreciated.






Thanks


Sumanth

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Re: Any framework which provide standard directory structure for development?

Posted By:   Anonymous  
Posted On:   Wednesday, May 19, 2004 02:17 AM

I recommend using Eclipse IDE together with Apache Maven deployment framework.



Take a look at them, they are both open source:

http://www.eclipse.org/

http://maven.apache.org/

Re: Any framework which provide standard directory structure for development?

Posted By:   Anonymous  
Posted On:   Tuesday, April 20, 2004 01:24 AM

Erik and Steve had written something about that in their bible "Java Development with Ant". And the Ant Wiki has that section online: "1.4. Directory structure". For my company I put that infos (and Ant´s own directory structure) into a properties-file and provide a "seed" target (according to Forrest´s 'seed') that creates that directory structure.


As Erik said on the mailing list, these infos are written for Ant 1.5. Because 1.6 provides with and two major tasks for modularization of buildfiles something can (and should) change. But noone had updated the wiki :-)

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