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Piecing together an application using WSAD

Harin Mehta
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Joined: Mar 17, 2004
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Hello all, I am having two EAR files, each developed independently, that I now need to assemble into one EAR before deploying to WAS 5. I have imported the larger of the two EARs into the WSAD IE trial version, choosing "Optimized: Make binary projects for EJB, client and utility JARs" option in the "Import Defaults" screen. I combined all the remaining stuff, and generated the EAR, the deployment went smoothly; but the application is not running: the logs report that classdefs were not found. How can I correct this? Or am I doing something wrong? Is my choice in the "Import Defaults" screen correct in the first place?
Thanks in advance.
 
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