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Developping JEE projects with Maven

Since the beginning of this tutorial, we have only covered projects capable of generating onebasic Jar archive which doesn't apply wery well to server-side projects. As you might guess, Maven offers a lot more and supports out of the box any standard JEE packaging type. This trail explains step-by-step how to get started in JEE development using Maven to manage your project.

  • Multi-modules projects: Usually developpers work concurrently on more then one project at time. In fact, a project is usually splitted into several sub-projects for architectural reasons.
  • Web projects: The most common type of modules people work with in a JEE project is a web module. Traditionally, a web application is composed of static and dynamic web pages, Java source code, specific configuration files, client-side scripts and of some resources (images, css).
  • EJB 1&2 projects: Even if the EJB specifications 1.x and 2.x were the sources of much controversy, a lot of JEE projects are still using them heavily.As you will see in this lesson, Maven can help you greatly to deal with some of the inherent complexities of EJB modules.
  • EJB 3 projects :
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