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application.xml and deployment method

 
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In META_INF/ directory of the enterprise application project, there is an application.xml file. It includes things like

<web-module>
<web-uri>webModule.WAR</web-uri>
<context>..</context>
</web-module>

<ejb-module>
<ejb-uri>ejbModule.jar</ejb-module>
</ejb-module>

If I want to deploy this application in exploded way (for development env), should I replace the "webModule.war" and "ejbMdule.jar" by something else like directory names ? Can I keep putting the .war and .jar in the <uri> block and still deploy it in exploded method ?
 
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In exploded mode, put the .war and .ejb at the end of the folder names for the modules. At least this is the case for jBoss AS which you can see here...
 
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