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Shifting from JBoss to Websphere 4

 
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Hello Friends,
I have an ejb application cureently running on JBoss, new we have to shift it to websphere 4.0. Do i have to manually write all the extra XML files needed in Websphere? i.e.
ejb-jar.xml
Map.mapxmi
Table.ddl
/Schema/schema.dbxmi
ibm-ejb-ext.xml
ot is there any tool which can generate it for me
thanx
 
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Probably manul rewrite these files. IBM doesn't have util to cover it.
 
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Well, you could use WSAD to write these files for you -- that's probably the easiest route. Now one thing -- you say you have this running on JBoss -- is this an EJB 1.1 application? You know that to get EJB 2.0 you have to use WebSphere 5.0...
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Why are you quitting JBoss?
 
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Hello Friends,
Thanx for ur replies,
we r using ejb 1.1
The reason why we r shifting from jboss to websphere is that client wants this application to run on websphere. Our application is already running at Jboss and Pramati(another app server)for different clients. This client is rich and is ready to invest on app server.
thanx
 
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