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Ramakrishnan thiyagarajan
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Joined: Oct 07, 2003
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hi all,
In wsad5.0. so how can deploy j2ee project. i dont no the directory structure of webproject and EJBproject in EAR. first i could create a j2ee project, afterthat it could create 2 jar and 1 war files. In where should o put EJB, web, applicationclient.
Ajith Kallambella

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Where do you want to deploy the J2EE project to? Is it going to a server? If so, is it Websphere? Or do you just want to "deploy" to run within WSAD.
If you are deploying to a server, make sure all the projects that you mentioned are associated with the same enterprise application. Then you do file --> export and export the ear.
For the future, I find that the IBM/Websphere forum down below has a bunch of people that know WSAD well.

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