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RAD 7 "Prepare for Deployment"?

Damien Fergusson
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Joined: Oct 17, 2009
Posts: 9
I had earlier created and ear and ejb-jar project in RAD and had successfully deployed it. My RAD crashed later and I had backed up these projects.
I successfully RE-IMPORTED the ear and jar successfully into my workspace after re-creating my RAD workspace.
But when I click "Prepare for Deployment" - nothing happens. When I start the Websphere Applcation Server from the Server View - my ear is not picked up!! (It USED to be picked up when I had manually created the ejb-jar and ear.) How do I get Websphere to publish my ear when I say "publish"?

Thanks
Steve Luke
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Joined: Jan 28, 2003
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Hi Six Sigma,

Can you please check your personal messages regarding an important administrarive matter?

Thanks


Steve
Damien Fergusson
Greenhorn

Joined: Oct 17, 2009
Posts: 9
Six Sigma wrote:I had earlier created and ear and ejb-jar project in RAD and had successfully deployed it. My RAD crashed later and I had backed up these projects.
I successfully RE-IMPORTED the ear and jar successfully into my workspace after re-creating my RAD workspace.
But when I click "Prepare for Deployment" - nothing happens. When I start the Websphere Applcation Server from the Server View - my ear is not picked up!! (It USED to be picked up when I had manually created the ejb-jar and ear.) How do I get Websphere to publish my ear when I say "publish"?

Thanks



Never Mind I figured it out.
Right click on server target runtime and click "Add or Remove Projects" and select the project you want to auto deploy.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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