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I'm trying to learn about the Deployment Descriptor. From the link above there is also a link about the XML schemas that define Java EE standard deployment descriptors. Here is the link http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee/
This link redirects to Oracle Java page. I guess Oracle has moved it somewhere or may be removed it entirely.
Does anyone know the new working link? OR is there any website that talks about XML schemas that define Java EE standard deployment descriptors?
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The project owner John Catherino claims :-
I hereby publicly claim that there exists no Java distributed computing framework that is equally flexible, and as fast, as cajo.
In JEE version 6, the reliance on deployment descriptors has been reduced to a large extent. You can now develop servlets and enterprise beans without a single line of deployment descriptors (using annotations).
For more info, you can checkout the tutorial.
If you still need the deployment descriptor xsd, here they are:
SCJP 1.4, OCMJEA/SCEA 5.0.
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Hi Ranganathan Kaliyur Mannar,
Thank you for your reply. It is really great that deployment descriptors are no longer mandatory requirement for developing JEE applications. I really don't like them.