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Help for Ejb application

 
Lakshmi siri
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Hi,
Iam at starting position of EJb.
I created sesionbean class,home interface,component interface in webshere 5.0.Now how i create XML diployment descriptor &
ejb jar file.How i add bean class,interfaces & dd to ejb jar file.
Please explian me .

Thanks
Lakshmi
 
Nathaniel Stoddard
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I would recommend a text editor for the DDs, while the "jar" utility program will suffice for the generation of your JAR file.
 
Kyle Brown
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Bad advice!

There is much more to developing EJB's in WebSphere than JAR and an XML editor will suffice for. That's a sure way to trouble. You really need to learn to use that ASTK (assembly toolkit) that comes with WebSphere. I recommend that you download one of the many free redbooks at www.redbooks.ibm.com, and work your way through the tutorials in the InfoCenter that come with the product.

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Hi,

you should also consider using some professional IDE like WSAD or JBuilder for example. These tools automete the tasks of creating and deploying jars for app server.
 
Pradeep Shekade
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Lakshmi,

I guess the best would be to use open source tools like XDoclet. This is an excellent tool. It will generate the DDs required for various app servers.
 
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