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Re: [m2e-users] Import EjbProject creates EjbProjectClient

Hi,


It being at a point where I'm not trying to deal with EARs (yet) the "Add project to an EAR" is a pretty misleading check box, but it is at least one that works! Thanks for the help, over and out!


Sander.



Sander Verhagen
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On 26-8-2013 7:26, Roberto Sanchez Herrera/Mexico/IBM wrote:
In RAD, you can go to Windows > Preferences > Java EE > Project and
uncheck the option "Add project to an EAR" to prevent this.


Regards,

*Roberto Sanchez Herrera*



From: 	Fred Bricon <fbricon@xxxxxxxxx>
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Date: 	24-08-13 10:32
Subject: 	Re: [m2e-users] Import EjbProject creates EjbProjectClient
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I kinda remember RAD has an option to automatically generate an EJB
client for all EJB projects, somewhere in the preferences.
Someone from the RAD team can probably confirm / give you better
instructions.

You can find some doc about RAD/m2e integration over
_http://wiki.eclipse.org/M2E-WTP_FAQ#How_to_use_M2E-WTP_in_IBM_RAD.3F_


On Sat, Aug 24, 2013 at 2:04 AM, Sander Verhagen <_verhagen@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:verhagen@xxxxxxxxxx>> wrote: Hi group,


When I import a project (let's say EjbProject) which is a Maven EJB project into Eclipse/RAD using m2e (Import, "Existing Maven Projects") it imports reasonably nicely, but then:

1. Creates a client project (let's say EjbProjectClient) that is mostly
empty, except for a MANIFEST.MF.

2. Complains within the main project (let's say EjbProject) as follows:
Missing classpath entry to project "CONWAY_OPERATIONS_EJBClient" should
be added because it is defined as a Java EE Module dependency.

Below follow some snippets from my EJB project's POM.

I don't want these new client projects since I have my own client
projects. Your help appreciated.

Best regards, Sander.

(P.S.: I appreciate this may not be a m2e problem, but I have to start
somewhere!)




<packaging>ejb</packaging> ... <build> <sourceDirectory>ejbModule</sourceDirectory> <outputDirectory>${project.basedir}/bin</outputDirectory> <resources> <resource> <directory>ejbModule</directory> <excludes> <exclude>**/*.java</exclude> <exclude>**/*.class</exclude> </excludes> </resource> </resources> ... <plugin> <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId> <artifactId>maven-ejb-plugin</artifactId> <version>2.3</version> <configuration> <archive> <manifest> <addClasspath>true</addClasspath> </manifest> </archive> <excludes> <exclude>**/*.java</exclude> </excludes> </configuration> </plugin>


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