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Are you tired of writing the same Java code, over and over again? XDoclet will take the burden of repetitive development tasks off your shoulders by automating them. XDoclet is a metadata-driven, code generation engine for Java. Starting from simple JavaDoc-style comments, it generates deployment descriptors, interfaces, framework classes and other utility classes your project requires. XDoclet in Action is an easy to read introduction to XDoclet and its uses. It is a resource on code generation with this popular open source tool. With many short code examples and a full-scale J2EE example, the book shows you how to use XDoclet with EJBs, Servlets, JMX, and other technologies. You'll also learn how to customize XDoclet beyond its out-of-the-box capabilities to generate code specific to your application. With this book you will learn how to write less code, how to keep your application components in sync, and how to keep your deployment, interface, utility and other information all in one place.

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS... Craig Walls, an XDoclet project committer, has been a software developer since 1994 and a Java fanatic since 1996. He lives in Dallas, Texas. Norman Richards has ten years' software development experience, and has worked with code generation for much of that time. He is an avid XDoclet user and evangelist. Norman lives in Austin, Texas.


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7 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
XDoclet in Action is an in-depth start at learning XDoclet 4. April 2004
Von Carlos Valcarcel - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Are there plenty of code examples? Yes
Is the book easy to understand? Yes
Does it trivialize complex topics? No
Does the reference section add value? Yes
Is this book useful? An unqualified yes!
My needs in technology books are straightforward: give me a quick introduction and lots of examples. Walls and Richards have done a great job of explaining the nuts-and-bolts of XDoclet in a very lucid way. In working with an Eclipse plug-in that uses XDoclet as its code generation engine I was able to solve an XDoclet problem within a few minutes because I was able to look through the book's reference section and compare the information to a code sample earlier in the book.
I found the book covered so many areas that I hope the author's are working on a follow-on book where they discuss some of the thornier issues in J2EE development and how XDoclet can be brought to bear to solve them. Based on the depth of this book, they still have a lot to say about J2EE development using code generation tools.
6 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
A superbly accessible and useful primer 7. März 2004
Von Midwest Book Review - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
The collaboration of XDoclet seasoned experts and enthusiasts Craig Walls and Norman Richards, XDoclet In Action is a truly user-friendly introduction and guide to the metadata-driven, code generation engine for Java called XDoclet, and its many uses. A wealth of instructions, examples, and sample code lay out how XDoclet can be used with EJBs, Servlets, JMX, and other technologies, as well as customized or out-of-the-box uses to which XDoclet can be put for one's specific needs. A superbly accessible and useful primer, reference, and self-teaching tool, XDoclet In Action is a welcome addition to the computer reference shelf.
8 von 9 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
XDoclet in Action is a must-have for all Java developers 10. Januar 2004
Von Erik Hatcher - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Manning has done it again! XDoclet in Action is a must-have for all Java developers. Craig Walls and Norman Richards have toiled long and hard to create this masterpiece. "All you need to know about J2EE, you can learn from this book". Each chapter is not about code generation, it is about solving problems we face as Java developers. If you are frustrated by the duplicate manual work you face in your development efforts, XIA will help. My favorite quote from the book: "Don't generate what you don't understand." - this shines through in each section, as each technology (EJB, web, JMX, mock objects, Hibernate, etc) is presented accurately and clearly first as it stands alone, then the problem of the real-world enter the picture, followed by the solutions XDoclet brings to the situation.
4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
An invaluable book about an indispensable framework! 12. Dezember 2003
Von Ajith Kallambella - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Remember your first J2EE Hello World app? Just to make that client work, you had to write the remote and home interfaces, and a deployment descriptor. If you wrote the Web version, add web.xml to your list. Let's not forget those configuration files for your app/web servers. Now, think of a framework that fabricate all the nuts and bolts for you -- generating deployment descriptors, EJB homes, remotes, app server files, struts-config.xml and more. No, you are not day dreaming, XDoclet can do all and more!
Quoting several opportunities that exist for automated code generation, authors introduce XDoclet framework as an indispensable tool that actually works! Focusing on every day J2EE development, chapters in "Enterprise Java" section talk about the application of XDoclet in EJB layer and Web application layer. Following are chapters in the "Other XDoclet applications" category that introduce advance applications such as code generation for persistence frameworks, JMX, SOAP/WebServices and mock objects. The concluding section on "Extending XDoclet" deals with custom code generation and XDoclet patterns.
Abundant practical help and many working examples are offered throughout the book including the process of tool adoption for J2EE efforts that are already underway. The working J2EE application that is included in the book can be used as a reference implementation.
In essence, this book does more than just teaching - it helps you realize the benefits of XDoclet in days and start saving valuable time and money.
Ajith Kallambella
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Excellent 29. August 2004
Von James Kafka - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
This book starts with an overview of code generation and how and why XDoclet fits into your development projects. Xdoclet can generate code, deployment descriptors and configuration files. The authors fully explain how XDoclet integrates with Ant. If you understand Ant, you can easily follow the examples.

The authors then go through tutorials on how to use XDoclet with different aspects of Java development, EJB, web layer, JMX, Struts, etc. The example code and xml files are well documented and easy to follow. One of the best parts is the summary sections that how you how you benefited from using XDoclet and the number of files (code and deployment descriptors) that XDoclet generated for you. The last part of the book is a reference section, so this book is all you need to start using XDoclet.

Reading this book will also give you guidelines on the proper way to code a J2EE application using design patterns and source code organization. The authors cannot explain every topic covered in great detail, so you must understand the underlying framework (Struts, Hibernate, etc.) to use XDoclet, which is summed up by their admonition, "Don't generate what you don't understand." This book shows you how to solve real-world problems with XDoclet solutions. I would recommend this book (and XDoclet) to every Java developer.
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