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deploying in weblogic 5.1

 
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I am having weblogic5.1 installed on win98 , I can easily deploy
enterprise bean with j2sdkee1.3 from sun , it automatically
creates xml files , but how to deploy it with weblogic 5.1 ,I tried to use deploytool of it but does it still require writing ejb-jar.xml file , because its not generating container and its not deploying beans also , what is exact step by step process of using deploytool of weblogic5.1,
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I�ve been studing WL6.0 for 2 weeks and I don�t think u have a "wizard" to build your xml files I think u have to build them and make your java archives(.jar, .war, .ear) by hand.
If anyone knows how to do please let me know as well.
 
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thanks for your reply but i have read ejb_deploy.html document number of times but still i think it is not that much of help for deploying with deploytool , i mean do you have to create meta-inf directory,ejb-jar.xml empty file or with full set of xml tags , after deploying does it generate client.jar file becuase when you deploy with j2sdkee1.3 it gives client.jar file,
in j2sdkee1.3 jar files are placed in repository/localhost directory , likewise with weblogic where are they placed , please can anybody who is good with weblogic 5.1 explain these things in detail,
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about weblogic i want to know that for client application to execute it must have some stub which deals with skeleton at ejb container , but if weblogic does not generate client.jar file then what file client application has to set in classpath as a stub and to enable distibuted execution of ejb , with j2sdkee1.3 from sun you have the option "Return client.jar file" so after deploying it generates client.jar file seperetly , what about weblogic.
second question is if ejb-jar.xml file has to be manually created and placed in META-INF directory then how to create this xml file , what tags to use and what value for tags to use ?
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