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How to deploy EJBs on WebSphere Application Server 4.0 and how to configure it?

 
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if anyone could help me out with the following queries:
1. How to configure WebSphere Application Server 4.0?
2. How to deploy EJBs on WebSphere Application Server 4.0?
3. How to deploy Servlets and JSPs on WebSphere Application Server 4.0?

Your soon response would be highly appreciated
Sincerely,
Rajeev Sachdev
 
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Rajeev,
Thats literally the entire lot with WebSphere.. IBM have written a
pretty good redbook on this topic.
WAS Handbook. web page
This should give u all the details.
In brief:
a. Install. Start admin server.
OPen admin console.
Create an application server. Call it what u want to.
On the bottom right within App Server, u get application server
properties. Configure as per needs.
b. Put your JSPs...etc in a Web Project.
c. EJB's are proj. in themselves.
d. Hopefully u have a tool (WSAD?) where u can put associate all these within a EAR. Export the EAR.
e. come back to admin console and install enterprise application.
Hope this helps.
 
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