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EJB 3.0 architecture
This topic provides a high-level overview of the distributed component architecture defined in the Sun Microsystems Enterprise JavaBeans™ (EJB) version 3.0 architecture specific
Eclipse and J2SE 5.0
Since release 3.1, Eclipse includes full support for the new Java language features of J2SE 5.0. One of the most important consequences of this support is that you may not ...
What's New - v1.5.0
General support for running in e4 Support for editing e4 parts New e4 ViewPart wizard Morphing support for XML-based UIs New GoTo Definition action for XML-based UIs Split ...
Content assist and EJB 3.0
The content assist tool is a feature of the workbench. You can type code in your Java™ editor and the content assist tool recommends possibilities to complete your code. W
Migrating from Xtext 1.0.x to 2.0
Most of the tasks when migrating to Xtext 2.0 can be automated. Some changes will be necessary in the manually written code where you have to carefully verify that your imp...
Migrating from Xtext 0.7.x to 1.0
For the sake of completeness, here is how you migrate from Xtext 0.7.x to Xtext 1.0, so you might do a migration to 2.0 in two steps. Nevertheless, there have been so many ...
Developing EJB 3.0 Applications
You can use the workbench to develop and test enterprise beans that conform to the distributed component architecture defined in the Sun Microsystems Enterprise JavaB
OTDT 2.0 - New and Noteworthy
Changes since the 0.7.1 Release Note, that milestones towards the 2.0.0 release where named 0.8.0Mx. The switch in version numbers has been made between 0.8.0M7 and 2.0.0 R...
Sybase ASE 15.0 Setup
This section addresses the setup and installation of a Sybase audit trail database. The section includes setup of Sybase, creation of the Sybase audit trail database and sc...
How to use XPath 2.0 operators with PsychoPath
Table of Contents Operators on Numeric Values Comparison of Numeric Values Operators on Boolean Values Comparisons of Duration, Date and Time Values Arithmetic Functions on...
How to use XPath 2.0 functions with PsychoPath
Table of Contents Accessors Constructor Functions Functions on Numeric Values Functions to Assemble and Disassemble Strings Compare and Other Functions on String Values Fun...
How to use the XPath 2.0 grammar with PsychoPath
In this section we will try to give you an overview of the XPath 2.0 grammar in general and how each production in the grammar should be used with PsychoPath. For the forma...
OTDT 0.7 (Incubation) - New and Noteworthy
Changes since the 1.4.0 Release from objectteams.org On this page: • Configuration • Views/Dialogs • Content Assist • Run/Debug • Language • Compiler • API • Runtime • OT/E...
OTDT 0.7.1 (Incubation) - New and Noteworthy
Changes since the 0.7.0 Release On this page: • Views/Dialogs • Content Assist • Refactoring • Run/Debug • Language • API • Compiler • Runtime Views & Dialogs Traditional H...
Managed Build Tools 2.0 (deprecated)
org.eclipse.cdt.core.ManagedBuildTools Since: 1.2 Description: The managed build information model describes targets, configurations, and toolchains for the build system. C...
New and Noteworthy - Parallel Tools Platform (PTP) Release 7.0
This version has had many enhancements and bug fixes since the 6.0 release. Please see the online New and Noteworthy features in PTP release 7.0 for information and screens...
JPA Diagram Editor Support for JPA 2.0
The JPA diagram editor supports the new style One-to-Many unidirectional relationship. It means that in JPA 2.0 projects the correspondin
JSF Tools tutorial - Build a JSF 2.0 application
Summary In this tutorial we will build and execute a JSF 2.0 web application and highlight the features provided by the JSF Tools project. Introduction The JSF Tools projec...
Creating a, EJB 3.0 session bean using the wizard
You can use the Create Session Bean wizard to create a session bean in your EJB project. Here are the steps to create a session bean in an EJB proj
Enterprise JavaBean version differences between EJB 3.0 and EJB 2.1
Differences between EJB 3.0 and EJB 2.1 Compared to EJB 2.1, EJB 3.0 simplifies the process of creating Enterprise JavaBean applications. The underlying concept of the EJB 3.0 specification centers o