I was just editing CustomerBMPBean to test my DAO changes, and noticed
that all the class-level tags are using "@ejb.whatever" instead of
"@ejb:..." etc. It's the only one which does that - is it correct?
From: Ara Abrahamian <a_ebrahimi@pf...> - 2002-03-02 10:54:33
Yup, it's correct. See my commit messages:
Sad but true: other than the @namespace:tag we have to support
@namespace.tag notation too because of JDK1.4's strictness with unknown
@tags. I made all neccessary changes (mini changes acltually, and
changed CustomerBMPBean for test).
And the detailed reasoning:
JDK1.4's javadoc tool prints warnings when it encounters unknown @tags.
You have to list all your non-standard tags with -tag option, if you
don't want to get lost in the noise of those warnings. But -tag receives
a : separated list of tags! So we can't list are namespace:tagname tags
with this option!! And actually Sun recommends dotted notation. So
hereafter dotted notation is supported and if you're using JDK1.4 I
recommend you to use the dotted notation.
Andrew please make it the item number one of the changes.txt file.
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> I was just editing CustomerBMPBean to test my DAO changes, and noticed
> that all the class-level tags are using "@ejb.whatever" instead of
> "@ejb:..." etc. It's the only one which does that - is it correct?
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