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XDoclet. See also Ant architecture, 213–214 configuring, 134–136 custom tags, 214–215 ejbdoclet task, 136–140, 141 EJBs, creating Ant build script, 182–184 database setup, 169–170 entity beans, 170–176 relations, 176–177 session beans, 180–181 Student bean example, 177–180 filters (Ant), 154 hibernatedoclet task, 141 init-params (Ant), 154 installing, 134 Javadoc, 131–133 jdodoclet task, 141 jmxdoclet task, 141 merge points, 143 mockdoclet task, 141 portletdoclet task, 141 properties (Ant), 154 PropertyTagsHandler, 214–215 sample buildfile, 140–141 simple servlet example, 145–150 with Struts, 195–198 subtasks, 141–142 support, 133–134 templates, 133, 142–143 custom template example, 217–220 simple template example, 216–217 webdoclet task, 141 with Eclipse, 157–167 generating deployment descriptors, 152–154 taglibs, 154–157 tags, 150–152 XML tag, 528 XmlLogger (Ant), 61–62 XmlLogger class (Ant), 581–582 XP (Extreme Programming) adopting, 9–10 overview, 1–2 practices, 4–5 40-hour weeks, 8–9 coding standards, 9 collective ownership, 8 continuous integration, 6–7 metaphor, 9 on-site customers, 9 pair programming, 7–8 planning game, 5 refactoring, 7 simple design, 5 small releases, 5 testing, 5–6 principles of, 3–5 values communication, 2 courage, 2 feedback, 2, 3 simplicity, 2, 3 XSLT pet store prototype, 335–337 testing with JMeter creating test, 338 execution, 338 listeners, 338 results, 339–340 test analysis, 341 XSLT transform engine, 229 XSLTLoguploader component (CruiseControl), 502
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