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Stub and skeleton generation

 
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how do i generate the stub and skeleton files....is there a way to do it from the deployer tool .....or is the ejbc from the command prompt the only way out...
please let me know
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pranav
 
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If you are using EJB Deployer tool of weblogic then stub and skeleton is generated when you do 'generate container' in tools option.
Rishi
 
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i am using weblogic 5.1
when i write on command line for creation of stub/skel,
java weblogic.ejbc Hello.ser
i get error saying you should provide the file ejb-jar something... with sufix .jar
what is this..
sachin
 
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As sachin's error message suggests, the bean needs to be in a jar to run ejbc. Here's a link to a weblogic 51 example. They use scripts to build the Enterprise JavaBean examples and the page describes what the script does and that includes making the jar and running ejbc.
http://www.weblogic.com/docs51/examples/ejb/building.html
With 6.0 (we didn't have sp1) stubs and skeletons supposed to be generated automatically, but we had to use ejbc on the jar.
[This message has been edited by Carol Enderlin (edited April 18, 2001).]
 
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