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= Overview =
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Reverse engineering uses cases on Java/JEE applications require to
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retrieve datas, via models, for a combination of several established
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technologies : Java, JSP, xml configuration files, ...
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Considering old JEE based applications, some datas were stored in xml
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config files (and not as Java annotations), ususally named web.xml.
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The goal of the WebApp Discoverer plug-in is to allow extractions of information from such web.xml files.
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== Team ==
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* Nicolas Guyomar ([http://www.mia-software.com Mia-Software])
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* Fabien Giquel ([http://www.mia-software.com Mia-Software])

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Overview

Reverse engineering uses cases on Java/JEE applications require to retrieve datas, via models, for a combination of several established technologies : Java, JSP, xml configuration files, ...

Considering old JEE based applications, some datas were stored in xml config files (and not as Java annotations), ususally named web.xml. The goal of the WebApp Discoverer plug-in is to allow extractions of information from such web.xml files.

Team

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