|Re: [wtp-dev] Java EE 5 models design overview|
Hi Jesper,I'm a bit confused. You've seen/commented on bug 157185 covering most of the XML side of J2EE, excluding annotations, so you must know quite a bit about the progress on this. I'll offer my findings anyway:
We have taken a look at the J2EE 1.4 models implementation. It did make
impression that there are lots of hand made tweaks there.
We decided to make the initial Java EE 5 models generated from the XMLI can imagine. The Java EE annotation classes make up a model in itself, and it would be a pity to have to hand code all that model translation.
schemas. There is also a lot of hand made work to be done to integrate
Java Annotations in these models.
Can you outline in more details the tweaks that were done to the J2EE[First a disclaimer: My knowledge of this is based in part on *Daniel Rohes *excellent article on Persisting EMF models with WTP , and in part by reading source and experimenting. I do hope the WTP veterans will confirm my findings. WTP hacking is not my day job.]
1.4 models, so we have them in mind for the Java EE 5 ones? Do you think
better approach is to extend the existing J2EE 1.4 models with Java EE 5
specification instead of implementing separate Java EE 5 models?