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I'm a beginner for EJB and I'm using Weblogic 5.1. Could anyone
know where I can get the file weblogic.ejb.utils.DDCreator for creating DeploymentDescriptor?
I've searched the directory weblogic.ejb.utils and DDCreator is not in it. the command for creating DeploymentDescriptor like this:
java weblogic.ejb.utils.DDCreator -dir ejb/demo
ejb/demo/DemploymentDescriptor.txt
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Hai,you cannot use deploymentdescriptor.txt in weblogic 5.1.you have to use ejb-jar.xml as the DD file.
 
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You can use DDConverter though, if you have the text file from 4.5.1. Alternatively, you can use DDCreator from 451 and then 5.1 DDConverter
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