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application server specific xml file

sankar singh
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simple EJB application want to deploy in few Application Servers like WAS,JBOSS, SUN, WEBLOGIC etc.

The problem is to generate APPLICATION SERVER SPECIFIC XML FILE.

Please give an idea or suggest me how to do?

Regards,
Sankar. S
Roger Chung-Wee
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This, being server-specific, requires you to read the documentation of each server in order to learn how to generate the files.


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sankar singh
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Hi Sir,

Can you please elaborate your answer?
"documentation of each server in order to learn how to generate the files." Can you please give the link for WAS, WEBLOGIC..
Regards,
Sankar. S
Roger Chung-Wee
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Nobody knows all the links, why not try Google?
Scott Selikoff
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Generate and server-specific XML is a bit of an oxy-moron if you ask me. Most server-specific files have to be written by hand even in the presence of code-gen tools like XDoclet. The only time you get true generated files is when you use an IDE environment that's tied to your server like RAD and WebSphere.
[ March 24, 2008: Message edited by: Scott Selikoff ]

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