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Deployment problem

srinivas ramanujam

Joined: Mar 31, 2003
Posts: 4
I have HelloWorld stateless session example with Hello, HelloHome, HelloBean and HelloClient classes.
I have written and compiled the above classes and placed in the follwing directory structure
My directory structure is
Then using following command I created a temp jar
jar cf tmp.jar *
and then final jar using
java weblogic.ejbc -keepgenerated tmp.jar HelloWorld.jar
Now where shall I place this final HelloWorld.jar in the Weblogic server.
I have Weblogic server 7.0. and what else I have to do to run this example(Am I CORRECT upto this)
PLEASE do not give me a link to BEA documentation site.
Thanks and Regards
Greg Charles

Joined: Oct 01, 2001
Posts: 2963

Usually, you will go into the WebLogic console, and click on EJB under Deployments. Choose Install a new EJB, and browse for your jar file. On the other hand, in certain cases, you can autodeploy the jar by putting it into the applications subdirectory of your domain.
srinivas ramanujam

Joined: Mar 31, 2003
Posts: 4
Thanks Greg!
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