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Local EJB + WebDynpro Projects to DTR-NWDI

Hello all,

We are developing WebDynpro with EJBs and Wrapper Classes. We are looking into the scenario of migrating these separate projects to the DTR later on - halfway or after completion of the project.

I have found migration techniques that covers stand-alone WebDynpro projects -- but I haven't seen one for scenarios where WebDynpro have java-build path dependencies with its wrapper classes and "CommandBean" - also as models.

Is there a way to migrate a local-project based development to the DTR so we can share our EJBs and possibly WDs to our other team members later on?

Does it always have to be DCs when we migrate local projects to the DTR/NWDI?

Thanks in advance.


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    Oct 01, 2008 at 04:58 AM


    Migrating java projects like command bean of wrapper class projects to DTR is simple than WD.

    1. create a simple java DC project in DTR.

    2. copy src folder(or the package containing source filei.e. java files) from your existing local project.

    3. create public part of package containing the java files.

    Migrating EJB project to DTR.

    1. create an EJB DC project in your track

    2. copy the ejbmodule from existing local project.

    3. same way copy the containts of ejb-j2ee-engine.xml, persistence.xml and ejb-jar.xml files.

    public part will be created automatically.

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