7.2. Creating Enterprise Bean Projects
7.2.1. Create an EJB Archive Project Using JBoss Developer Studio
This task describes how to create an Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) project in JBoss Developer Studio.
- A server and server runtime for JBoss EAP 6 has been set up.
Procedure 7.1. Create an EJB Project in JBoss Developer Studio
Create new projectTo open the New EJB Project wizard, navigate to the File menu, select New, and then EJB Project.
Figure 7.1. New EJB Project wizard
Specify DetailsSupply the following details:
Click Next to continue.
- Project name.As well as the being the name of the project that appears in JBoss Developer Studio this is also the default filename for the deployed JAR file.
- Project location.The directory where the project's files will be saved. The default is a directory in the current workspace.
- Target Runtime.This is the server runtime used for the project. This will need to be set to the same JBoss EAP 6 runtime used by the server that you will be deploying to.
- EJB module version. This is the version of the EJB specification that your enterprise beans will comply with. Red Hat recommends using
- Configuration. This allows you to adjust the supported features in your project. Use the default configuration for your selected runtime.
Java Build ConfigurationThis screen allows you to customize the directories will contain Java source files and the directory where the built output is placed.Leave this configuration unchanged and click Next.
EJB Module settingsCheck the Generate ejb-jar.xml deployment descriptor checkbox if a deployment descriptor is required. The deployment descriptor is optional in EJB 3.1 and can be added later if required.Click Finish and the project is created and will be displayed in the Project Explorer.
Figure 7.2. Newly created EJB Project in the Project Explorer
Add Build Artifact to Server for DeploymentOpen the Add and Remove dialog by right-clicking on the server you want to deploy the built artifact to in the server tab, and select "Add and Remove".Select the resource to deploy from the Available column and click the Add button. The resource will be moved to the Configured column. Click Finish to close the dialog.
Figure 7.3. Add and Remove dialog
You now have an EJB Project in JBoss Developer Studio that can build and deploy to the specified server.
If no enterprise beans are added to the project then JBoss Developer Studio will display the warning "An EJB module must contain one or more enterprise beans." This warning will disappear once one or more enterprise beans have been added to the project.