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how to deploy Entity beans in weblogic 5.1

 
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i have created the .jar file with all the necessary clsses & .xml file. help me to know how to deploy it in the weblogic 5.1 using weblogic deployer tool
 
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hi
u have a jar with you. now, open the ejb deployer tool. With the help of open icon open your jar file (this jar file must be in the classpath).
as per yuor xml file, u make the enteries (like jndi look up name......)in the deployer. if u want to check the ejb1.1 compliance, there is icon available.
then, u can create the container generated clas by cklicking the icon.
then save your jar there and place it int the properties file.

Run yr server amd run the client
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