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IBM 287: where is client-resource.xmi file???

 
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Hi,

At different pages in Howard Kushner's book, the authors refer to the file client-resource.xmi, among other things for binding informations (see by example p.417 or p.485).

By default, when I build an application module, I can see a application.xml file, and if I define some references (EJB references by example with bindinf infos), an extra ibm-application-client-bnd.xmi is also available.

But how to make this famous but very secret client-resource.xmi file appear?

Thanks for you tips,
Regards,
Cyril.
 
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Hello,

I have found the solution. In another book, a companion book, I should say, called "Enterprise Java Programming with IBM WebSphere 2nd Edition" page 766 and 767.

There is no tool at all for editing this file, you have to edit it manually using any text editor of your choice and put into META-INF directory of your application client.

Let me know if you have more question,
John
 
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Hello John,

Thanks for your response.
Could you tell me please what exactly is the role of this file?
It's not very clear in IBM 287's book, at least for me...

Thanks,
Cyril.
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