Editing Module with EJB Facet
This feature is supported in the Ultimate edition only.
Though you can directly edit the source code of the deployment descriptor of a module with EJB facet, it is also possible to use a dedicated
editor, where you can manage the contained beans, their relationships and security permissions.
You can only edit the modules that contain
ejb-jar.xml descriptor. For annotations-only modules, edit the annotations manually to adjust the module settings. If both annotations and
ejb-jar.xml descriptor are present in a module, the descriptor settings override annotations.
To edit a module with EJB facet Open the EJB tool window. Right-click the desired module, and do one of the following: Choose on the context menu. Press F4. Double-click the EJB module node.
Same way you can also open for editing the
ejb-jar.xml file. In this case, in addition to the
General, Method Permissions, and Transaction Attributes tabs, the editor provides the Text tab, with the EJB-aware XML editor. On the General tab of the editor, add new beans, edit existing beans, or delete them. On the Method Permissions tab, configure security roles. On the Transaction Attributes tab, specify transaction attributes for the bean methods.
Last modified: 18 July 2017