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cannot find weblogic/ejbc

 
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Hi
Im using BEAWeblogic. for EJB
I created the jar file which includes the home,remote and the bean complied files.
Now i need to create the container class
when i try
C>java weblogic.ejbc [options] <source jar file> <target directory or jar file>
it result in classnot found weblogic\ejbc
Need ur help
Tanya
 
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which weblogic version u r using, if it is 5 then there is deployer tool in bin dir of bea weblogic ......use that to create stub and skeleton classes u hav just browse ur ejb.jar file
Or if ur using 6 /7 version through admin console u just browse ur jar file under application mode.
rest it will create stub-skel classes and depluy ur ejb.. no need to use command line deploymnet
 
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check if weblogic.jar is in the classpath..if not, add it and try running the command.
 
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Moving this to the WebLogic forum...
 
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