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creating war and ear file from zip file

 
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Hi,
I have built the java enterprise project called dcm4chee from its source code. I have used source-code from sourceforge.net.
But after building the project i got zip file as output. I have to create war and ear file from that zip file.
I have searched on google. Just changing .zip extension to .war is not working.
So please give me the solution for this.
 
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Recommended reading http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/1_3-fcs/doc/WebComponents3.html
Or use ant
 
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For creating a war file, you can go to the dir that contains WEB-INF dir. WEB-INF dir should have classes, lib and web.xml file. Run the below command from parent dir of WEB-INF dir:
jar cvf myapp.war .
 
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