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Nischal Topno
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1. What is EJBC.
2. What is the difference between a normal jar & a deployable jar
3. Does any of the above two helps in creating stubs and skeleton?

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Pradeep bhatt
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Originally posted by Nischal Topno:
1. What is EJBC.
2. What is the difference between a normal jar & a deployable jar
3. Does any of the above two helps in creating stubs and skeleton?

Nischal


What is EJBC.


Tool used to generate EJB stubs/skeletons and container EJB classes. I have seen this in BEA weblolgic server.

What is the difference between a normal jar & a deployable jar


Deployable jar can be deployed into app servers and have a deployment descriptor(DD) file included in them. Examples are war, ejb jar, ear files. They jar files will be interpreted in a special way by the container. For example, the container will look for web.xml (DD)in WEB-INF of a war file.



Does any of the above two helps in creating stubs and skeleton?


Yes,it is ejbc. The ejbc tool is specific to weblogic.


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