By vbkraemer on Jul 24, 2007
In my New GlassFish Integration Features screencast, I touched on this, but it went by very quickly.
In earlier releases of NetBeans, the vendor specific deployment descriptor was "managed" by leveraging JSR-88. Some of this management spilled into the editing experience for these descriptors. It was significantly different than the editing experience for the "standard descriptor".
In the NetBeans 6.0 release, we finally bit the bullet and threw out most of the "management" aspects of JSR-88. This has allowed us to create an editing experience for the sun-ejb-jar.xml file that is similar to the experience for the standard, ejb-jar.xml editor.
This screen shot is from the same project as the previous image, but shows the editor from NetBeans 6.0.
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