I'm trying to pick up someone else's leftovers with pretty simple project that uses XDoclet. I've never used it before
I have found out (pretty quickly) that this project's web.xml file is being generated by the XDoclet stuff. Well, my problem is that I need to add something--specifically a context-param element, to that web.xml.
So far, the only thing I've been able to do is hand modify the web.xml file after the build. Clearly that sucks as I have to explode the ear, then explode the war, then modify the web.xml, then put it all back together.
Any offers? (And while we're on the subject, I haven't even managed to find documentation for this thing online. Where should I be looking? By the way, I'm using what I think is an old version of XDoclet, it's version 1.2.2. I don't want to mess around upgrading unless there are no differences, and of course, if there are no difference, I have no need to upgrade
Thanks for any help, Toby
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Version 1.2.2 is the latest; the library is no longer being developed. (Since the advent of Java 5 you would use annotations instead of JavaDoc tags.)