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Packaging my J2EE APP

Mahesh Trikannad
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I have my application deployed, on a Linux box, with a Applications dir containing certain Jar ,war and ear files. Other directories are properties ( Containing config XML files), xsd ( containing xsds ), xsl ( containing xsls ), directory for logs, etc.

We were thinking of using System V packaging to package it all and deploy it on our clients machine. We just heard ( havent got time to talk to the contact person ) that the client does not use Sys V pkging, but uses a EAR file.

Does this make sense. Can u archive xml, xsds, etc in a ear and access it.
My application accesses the files ( xml,xsd , etc ), as if it is on a file system. Can it access it in the same way, if it was in ear file.

Looking for help


Mahesh Trikannad
I agree. Here's the link:
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