Configure these properties for an Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) project:
Use this option to create a unique package name.
Use this option to specify the Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) resource name. JNDI is an application programming interface for accessing different kinds of naming and directory services. Java EE components locate objects by invoking the JNDI lookup method.
Choose whether the EJB you create will be stateful or stateless. An EJB is created stateful by default. A stateful bean contains a conversational state that is retained across method calls and transactions. A stateless bean does not have any state between calls to its methods.
Select this option to include the source files with the compiled classes in the .jar file. This check box is cleared by default and source files are not included.
Select this option to generate JavaDoc documentation of the methods in your generated code. JavaDoc documentation is generated using the descriptions supplied in the Procedure Editor dialog box. Make sure that your procedure descriptions are as complete as possible. See the Tables Overview for more information.
Specify how long, in seconds, to wait for a method to complete before timing out. The default is 0 seconds; the method will not timeout.