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Migration to JBoss from Oracle 9iAS

Padma Prasad
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Joined: Sep 16, 2002
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We have used Oracle JDeveloper IDE and Oracle9iAS to develop and deploy our applications. We are in development phase but for the deployment we would like to go for JBoss. The problem is while in the development, we have used embedded OC4J of JDeveloper. so, it never created any ear and war files at all. Also, We have created some Value Objects which are used at both web tier and business logic tier. We do not know where to place these objects...in war or in ear or in both. Can somebody help identyfying?
We got to know where to place these value objects so that we can migrate to JBoss without any problems.

Thanks,
Padma.
Jeff Shelley
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Joined: May 21, 2003
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what seeme to work for me, as a general case using jboss-3.2.1/tomcat-4.1.24, is to put all my classes (ejb beans, even) that aren't strictly limited to my web module in one jar, then have my ejb jar contain no classes, with a reference to the classes jar in the manifest file (and the war manifest too).


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Padma Prasad
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Joined: Sep 16, 2002
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Thanks Jeff,

We haven't worked that way. Will try it out.

Thanks,
Padma.
 
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