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GURU
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can any one say how to daploy beans in websphere3.5 .That is how to crate jar, war ,ear and deploy in webspere3.5 with out using visual age for java.I have no idea of websphere3.5.I have to build a Ejb application in Websphere3.5.PLS HELP
 
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Originally posted by GURU:
can any one say how to daploy beans in websphere3.5 .That is how to crate jar, war ,ear and deploy in webspere3.5 with out using visual age for java.I have no idea of websphere3.5.I have to build a Ejb application in Websphere3.5.PLS HELP

WebSphere 3.5 is not a J2EE 1.2 compatible server. It is compatible with Servlet 2.2/JSP 1.1 and EJB 1.0. As such, you can deploy standard Servlet 2.2 WAR files using the Administrative console (read the documentation). You can generate EJB 1.0 JAR files using the JETACE tool (again, read the documentation). You will have to build the initial files (the undeployed WAR file and the EJB classes) using some other tools (like an editor, the command-line compiler, and pkzip).

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