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New AppFuse Documentation: Axis, Handling Complex POJOs and Korean Translation

A few AppFuse enthusiasts have been hard at work, writing new documentation and tutorials. First of all, Mika Göckel has written a HowTo implement Axis tutorial - complete with an installation package! I tried it out last night, and it works quite well with AppFuse 1.8.2. If you're using a build from CVS, you'll need to make some modifications because web.xml is no longer generated. Hopefully we can fix that and get this "extras" package into CVS this week.

The 2nd tutorial is titled Handling complex objects with XDoclet, Hibernate and Struts. This one is written by the AppFuse committer Thomas Gaudin. Thomas has now written 5 tutorials, all of which include source code and step-by-step instructions.

Last, but certainly not least, DongGuk Lee has translated a large amount of AppFuse's documentation to Korean. I'm amazed that the QuickStart Guide and Tutorials have now been translated to 6 Languages!

Thanks for the contributions everyone - you guys rock!

Posted in Java at Dec 05 2005, 08:53:21 AM MST 5 Comments
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Congrats, DongGuk Lee and Matt.

Posted by rocksun on December 05, 2005 at 08:26 PM MST #

Hey Matt - When are you guys going to do XFire integration? ;-)

Posted by Dan Diephouse on December 05, 2005 at 10:28 PM MST #

Hey Dan, I'm currently investigating XFire but ran into problems with the xxx.aegis.xml files. Once I've got it up and running, I certainly will add a howto to the AppFuse wiki.

Posted by Mika Göckel on December 06, 2005 at 03:04 PM MST #

Mika, keep me informed how its going. XFire integration is still on my list as you might know from our last talk at T-Mobile.

Posted by Marc Logemann on December 07, 2005 at 07:10 AM MST #

Regarding my issue with xfire and aegis binding on java 5, it was a "missing feature" rather than a bug. I say it was, because after Dan Diephouse shortly thought about it, he instantly added it in xfire (Post 1.0-M6). So I continue writing the howto over christmas.

Posted by Mika Göckel on December 21, 2005 at 02:58 AM MST #

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