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Hi, can anyone tell me how to write the deployment descriptor for an EJB that I want to deploy into WEBLOGIC. I have created the bean, and its two interfaces but stuck on creating the deployment descriptor. It is just a simple "Hello World" EJB, please help.
 
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I can help you out if you are using WL6.0, not familiar with 5.x
 
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It is WEBLOGIC 6.0, please help...
 
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You can use the weblogic's deployment tool. It also creates the deployment descriptor. You can peek into this Deployment Descriptor to find out what goes into a deployment descriptor.
 
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Hi
Do this
u have two dd files
1. ejb-jar.xml in this u have enter all the fully qualified class file names of ur home ,remote & bean & also mention the which type os bean it is go thru the example in the wl6.0 u ill find the ejb-jar.xml & only repalce those values okay
2. in weblogic-ejb-jar.xml
write only 2 things one is ejb reference name & another one is the jndi name
i hope it will help u
pavithra

Originally posted by Tabish, Sa:
Hi, can anyone tell me how to write the deployment descriptor for an EJB that I want to deploy into WEBLOGIC. I have created the bean, and its two interfaces but stuck on creating the deployment descriptor. It is just a simple "Hello World" EJB, please help.


 
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Check out the .xml files provided in \samples\examples\ejb (or ejb20). If you can't get it going, post your .xmls.
 
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Thanks guys,
LAST QUESTION: Do I have to include the deployment descriptors
in a jar file, along with the bean class & the
interfaces. Or just include it in the directory
of jar file.
 
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Yes, u have to include the Deployment Descriptors in the ejb jar file.

Originally posted by Tabish, Sa:
Thanks guys,
LAST QUESTION: Do I have to include the deployment descriptors
in a jar file, along with the bean class & the
interfaces. Or just include it in the directory
of jar file.


 
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hi!!!
i have a similar problem.
firstly after the jar file is created where do i put it and further on how do i go about it.
secondly i have a jar which is working fine with weblogic 5.1.and not with weblogic 6.0.what changes are necessary.
thanx hema
 
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