NetBeans to JDeveloper Part 2: A SessionEJB Maven Application

Part 1 of this series demonstrated taking a NetBeans 6.8 SessionEJB application that uses Maven 2.2.1 and creating a JDeveloper 11.1.1.2.0 project based on the POM. This entry extends this concept by clearly demonstrating the process and then extending the application in JDeveloper.

In this entry, I've created a viewlet with screentoaster that demonstrates how easy it is to extend the application in JDeveloper.


  • Create a Maven SessionEJB Application in NetBeans.

  • Create a Maven Project based on POM in JDeveloper.

  • Modify/Configure the application as required.

  • Create a Java test client for your session EJB.

  • Create an EJB Diagram for JPA/EJB 3.0.

  • Expose your SessionEJB to a UI by creating a data control to bind your methods to your UI.

  • Create a simple JSF page utilizing the data control.

  • Test your application.

This entry demonstrates how the two IDEs complement one another on the same application.

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