When I try to execute a build inside RAD 7 on EJB projects, the compiler outputs properly to the 'classes' folder. However, the .class files in the ejbModule are not copied to the 'classes' folder.
Currently my EJB project have a folder structure of:
1.classes (set as the default output folder)
2.ejbModule (src code and some .class files are stored here)
3.imported_classes (.class files are stored here as well. These are ejb client classes from other projects).
However, this scenario was working fine in RAD 6.
Is this due to lack of library copy builder in RAD7?
If i manually add this builder in .project file I get Missing Builder error while navigating through Windows->Preferences->Builders.
Does anyone have any idea what's going on?
Joined: Apr 03, 2008
I wonder am I the only one with such an issue!
Am i missing something?
Can someone who has worked on ejb projects in RAD 7 shed the light on this.
It's a very specific question - many people wouldn't have encountered it even if doing EJB development in RAD 7. For example, I don't use the imported_classes folder - I reference all classes I don't own in a jar file.
I need to re frame the question.
I import an ejb project into RAD 7.
I build the project, explore the classes directory and compare to the ejbModule subdirectories. .class files found under the ejbModule directory will not be copied to the classes directory.
Settings are :
classes (set as the default output folder)
ejbModule (src code and .class files are stored here)
Sorry for the confusion earlier.
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subject: RAD 7:.class files in the ejbModule are not copied to the 'classes' folder on doing build from RAD7