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EJB deployment descriptor

 
vinod koppurapu
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Hi,
pl.can anybody tell me how to write a DD for an ejb(any enterprise bean).I have already gone through weblogic site but could not undrstand how to write and with what extension we should save the file.currently IAm using weblogic as my application server.

geetha.
 
Thillai Sakthi
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Basically DD contains the following:
1. Bean class name
2. Remote Interface name
3. Home interface name
4. Whether ur bean is stateless or stateful (for session)
5. Session Timeout
DD isnothing but giving the relevant info abt the ejb u hv written so that when a third party buys it, they can easily customize it according to their reqmnt.
For detailed expln u can consult "Mastering EJB" by Ed Roman, available at "theserverside.com"
Hope some clarification
MK
 
Venu Vishwanath
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hi
which version of weblogic app server u r using, bcoz
from weblogic 5.1 ,DD text file no need to write, bcoz
that was written in the XML deployer file
Cheers
Vishwanath venu
 
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