Figure 629 Web Project Added to an EAR in Java

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Figure 629 Web Project Added to an EAR
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3 To do this step, you must have the Struts framework installed someplace on your machine You can obtain Struts from
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Import all the Struts libraries and their supporting libraries into
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WebContent/WEB-INF/lib
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Refer to the Struts documentation for the exact list of libraries Once the JARs are copied into the lib folder, they will be automatically added to the build path under the Web App Libraries category (see Figure 630)
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Figure 630 Web App Library
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4 Repeat the steps we described earlier in this chapter to create a new EJB project Name it LeaguePlanetEJBProject Choose the LeaguePlanetEar as the EAR for the EJB project (see Figure 631) You can choose one of the default facet configurations for development, such as the EJB Project with XDoclet You do not need to change the default choices If you do choose one, you should make sure that your workspace is set up to use it (that is, the XDoclet settings are valid) Click Next to go to the other pages to select the default facets Click Next to go to the EJB Module page 5 The Web application will be a client of the EJB module Create an EJB client module named LeaguePlanetEJBClientProject (see Figure 632) Click Finish to create the EJB and EJB client projects The EAR project will be automatically updated to reflect the addition of the two new modules
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Figure 631 EJB Project Added to an EAR
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Figure 632 EJB Client Module
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6 WTP updates the EAR project and the deployment descriptor, applicationxml (see Figure 633)
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Figure 633 Project Explorer EAR Project
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To create these projects, you used the same wizards described earlier in this chapter
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Web Application Module Uses EJB Client You need to make sure that the dependency between the Web application module and the EJB client is setThe Web application is a client of the EJB moduleYou need to describe this dependency Remember that you created an EJB client module named LeaguePlanetEJBClientProject You will add this module to the J2EE dependencies in the Web project Select the Web project in the Project Explorer, right click and invoke the Properties menu item Select the J2EE Dependencies page In this tab, select LeaguePlanetEJBClient from the list (see Figure 634)
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Figure 634 Dependency to EJB Client Module
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Later, you can extend this model by adding more Web projects an administration site, for example The business model can be extended with more EJBs
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Size, structure, and the geographical and sociological aspects of a development team are significant factors in determining the project layout When these are important to a project, they can determine the structure The key constraints for this template are the manageability and divisibility of work Manageability relates to aspects such as ownership of code, development responsibilities and tasks, configuration and version control, integration, and release management Divisibility relates to dividing the work between members of the development team In this example, you will extend the project structure described in the previous example LeaguePlanetWebProject is a large Web application module It will
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contain many large, loosely coupled subsystems League management, player management, sponsorship, and advertising are some of these subsystems that will be developed by different teams You will divide and manage subsystems as separate projects Each subsystem can be released on different schedules You will therefore start by dividing the Web module into two projects (see Figure 635) You can increase the number of subsystems following the same pattern later on The dynamic Web project in the previous example contains the Web application module and will have common Web components such as menus, navigation bars, and so forth There is a new subsystem for league management This is a Java utility project on steroids The league management module has its own presentation layer with JSPs and Struts configuration files in addition to its own Java classes To create this structure, you will need to create a new basic Java Utility Project named LeaguePlanetManagementWebProject Java utility projects can be used to refactor reusable components of applications into separate projects J2EE module dependencies will help assemble these components automatically To create the Java Utility Project and divide the module, the following steps must be performed: