IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.0 Web Help

EJB

IntelliJ IDEA features the complete EJB support. It understands EJB specifications from 1.x to 3.0, and leverages them through all of its productivity-boosting features -  from coding assistance to refactoring, creating the environment ideally suited for developing EJB  applications.

General EJB features

  • File and live templates for entity, session, message and other beans.
  • Auto-generating code for CMP beans, fields and relationships.
  • Dedicated context editors for all supported beans.
  • Automatic building of standard EJB deployment packages.
  • Automatic generation of appropriate EJB XML descriptors.
  • Complete EJB-aware coding assistance:

EJB 3.0-specific features

  • Annotation mechanism for creating EJB, and Interceptors.
  • Automatic code generation, completion and dedicated binding editor.
  • Full EJB persistence support, powered with generating of persistence mapping from entity beans, Hibernate or JDBC source.
  • Visual Persistence diagram builder.
  • Migration of your existing EJB projects (versions 1.x and 2.x) to EJB 3.0 with:
    • Converting EJB environment access.
    • Rebuilding EJB deployment descriptors.
    • Transforming EJB interfaces.
    • Turning Entity Beans into Container Managed Persistence.

IntelliJ IDEA unifies all EJB-related application parts in the dedicated Facet, which includes EJB descriptors, build, and library settings.

Multiple EJB facets are allowed per module.

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Last modified: 4 December 2014
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