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XDoclet in Action (In Action Series)by Craig Walls
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A guide to the new XDoclet development tool that eliminates programming busy work by automatically generating code and other deployment artifacts, this book enables developers who place metadata in a single source code file to use XDoclet to generate additional source code and other files that are required in a project. Both smaller code examples and a full-scale J2EE example illustrate everything needed to employ XDoclet code generation into a development cycle. In addition to the typical uses of XDoclet in J2EE development, the uses of XDoclet with non-J2EE technologies such as JDO, Hibernate, JMX, SOAP, and MockObjects are also detailed. Information on how to extend XDoclet to generate practically any code a programmer is furnished.
Book News Annotation:
Walls and Richards, both experienced software developers, explain how to use XDoclet, a metadata-driven code generation engine for Java, using many short code examples, a full-scale J2EE example, and a simple web application that shows how to use XDoclet across multiple subsystems to build complete applications. After an introduction to basic concepts of code generation and XDoclet, the book covers using XDoclet with Enterprise Java and with other applications and extending XDoclet. Some familiarity with EJB concepts is assumed.
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About the Author
Craig Walls is a professional software developer with over 15 years of experience in several industries, including telecommunications, finance, retail, and education. He's currently the software developer at SpringSource. He is the author of Spring in Action and XDoclet in Action (published by Manning) and is an avid proponent of Spring, open-source, and agile development. He's a popular author and a frequent speaker at user groups and conferences. Craig lives in Plano, Texas.
Norman Richards has developed software for a decade and has been working with code generation techniques for much of that time. He is an avid XDoclet user and evangelist. Norman lives in Austin, Texas.
RICKARD Ö BERGhas written three EJB servers and is currently an architect on the JBoss project. He provides feedback to RMI-developers on how to implement RMI-systems and has published two articles on RMI on his homepage. Ö berg is a two-time winner of the " Software Reuse Café " Java programming contest in Sweden, making him one of the best Java programmers in Sweden.
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