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How to export EJB 1.1 JAR in VAJ 4?

 
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Hi,
In VAJ 4 document: "you can export enterprise beans to an EJB JAR file, EJB 1.1 JAR file, or a deployed JAR file."
"To export enterprise bean code without deployed classes to an EJB 1.1 JAR file, select Export > EJB 1.1 JAR from the pop-up menu. "
But I can not find "Export > EJB 1.1 JAR from the pop-up menu", what is the problem? Please advice.
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Adam
 
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Either (a) you're not using VAJ 4, but instead VAJ 3.5.something or (b) you didn't install the feature -- try installing the feature first...
Kyle
 
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Hi Kyle,
I use VAJ Version 4.0 Builder 0628 IV3-5 JDK1.2.2 on NT workstation Service pack 4. I think I have installed the feature. I can export to EJB Jar, Deployed EJB jar and Client Jar without problem. Are there any other special feature or fix pack for VAJ 4? Is it related with platform NT version or not?
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