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compile EJB on WebSphere

 
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Hi,
How to compile an EJB on WebSphere.
What i want is a command-line or scrip-driven (Ant) compilation from the java-sources and deployment-desciptors to deployable ejb-jar-file.
Sofar i only found "Application Assembly Tool" doing this tric. But however this is a GUI and needs user-interaction.
I also found the "headless" ANT on the IBM-website, but the mechanism used is unacceptable coz it needs an installed WSAD on the build-machine.
Any experience in building J2EE applications in WebSphere?
Thanx in advance
Alexander.
 
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Are you working in WAS 4.0 or 5.0?
Kyle
 
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Hi Friends,
If u want to develop realtime J2EE Applications with WAS5.0, then Don't worry about coding. Ensure that u hv the following things in ur syste,.
1) 512 MB RAM
2) Much Good Processer
3) Visual Age for Java EE IDE (Which requires 252 MB RAM)
4) WAS5.0 (Websphere App. Server which requires 512 MB RAM)
USE VAJ for developing successful J2EE Realtime Applications with WAS5.0
Enjoy the work !!
Keep in touch.
Regards,
Rajinikanth.
 
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Hi.
Take a look at the deploytool folder in your websphere installation folder.
There should be a sub-folder there named itp that contains scripts for generating the websphere-specific code.
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