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A beginner problem in Ejb...

 
Vijaya Bhaskar
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Like Servlets...one Ejb project also contains one particular deployment-descriptor...but we are using a war file format in our project to encrypt all classes and all dependencies....how can i see my diployment-descriptor...and can you tell me what it will contain?

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WARs/EARs are glorified JARs and as such can be opened with most unzip tools. There you will be able to find the XML deployment descriptor.
 
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"VijayaBhaskaraReddy",
Can you edit your display name to add a space character? We ask people to have both a first and last name. It sounds like your first name is Vijay. So the rest could be a second name.

Also, EJB deployment descriptors don't go in wars so you would need to have an ear.
 
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