This task executes various sub-tasks specific to the Spring framework.

Implementing Class



excludedTagsSpecify tags that should not be automatically written to output files. The normal behaviour is to include all @ tags from the source file to the output files. This may cause trouble if you use cvs-like tag like $Revision: 1.5 $ that will be overwritten at each build and causes a difference for CVS even if the code himself is not changed. Example: excludedtags="@ version" For excluded tags, ejbdoclet will generate an hardcoded tag. Example: @ version XDOCLET 1.0 No.
destDirDestination directory for output files Only if it's not specified for a subtask.
mergeDirDirectory where subtasks will look for files to be merged with generated files. No, but should be set if you want to use the merge feature.
forceSpecify if the generation of files should be forced. In normal cases, the timestamp of generated file is checked against the timestamps of the class (and its super classes) we generate from. When this timestamp checking should be bypassed (for example after the installtion of a new xdoclet version) then the user should force the regeneration. The easiest way is to run the Ant build file with a parameter "-Dxdoclet.force=true" and add the option "force=${xdoclet.force}" to the doclet call. No.
verboseSets the Verbose attribute of the DocletTask object. No.
addedTagsAdd some JavaDoc tags (or comments) to the generated classes. A special case @ xdoclet-generated. If this is included, ejbdoclet will not consider the file if it is by error in the fileset of the ejbdoclet task. No.

Nested Elements

configParamAllows to set configuration parameters that will be included in the element as attribute value pair.
filesetAnt's <fileset> definition. To define the files to parse.
packageSubstitutionSubstitutes the package of the generated files.
springxmlGenerates XML file to wire beans in the Spring framework.
subTaskGeneric subtask.
templateGeneric subtask for processing a user-supplied template.
xmlTemplateGeneric subtask for processing a user-supplied template, to generate an XML document.