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xdoclet generated deployment descriptor

 
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I am using xdoclet to generate deployment descriptor. Is any way for xdoclet to generate multiple deployment descriptor xml files instead of one single set? I want to have a separate set of .xml for each "jarred" module just for more scalable deployment.

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As far as I know, you can simply run <ejbdoclet> with each <fileset> separately just for the deployment descriptors. So, run it once for all beans to generate interfaces, util objects, value objects, etc. Then run it again once for each set you'd like to put together in a DD.
 
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