- Posted by: Yasser Taima
- Posted on: May 15 2001 13:49 EDT
I've inherited a (large) application using JSPs, servlets and EJBs and I don't know who calls what in this maze.
Is there a product that would go look at the JSP, servlet and EJB sources and gives me a map of my application ? Some JSPs contain lots of java code, others just a line or two.
The only other way I can think of is to do it manually, reading the JSP, servlet or EJB source and ticking off on a whiteboard who is calling what.
Thanks anyone out there who can help.
- How to make a model of an existing JSP application by Asad Aziz on May 15 2001 16:09 EDT
U can use Rational Rose 2000e and use the reverse engineering feature. u can download a 15 days evaluation copy from www.rational.com