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Hi,
I have Websphere App.Server 5.1 as well as i'm using WebSphere Studio App.Dev. Now i already have an application deployed in Oracle9ias and i wanted to know what r the extra files etc that i need or the current deployment-descriptors that i need to change inorder to get the same ear weorkin on the WAS 5.1 server.
Also i read that the xmi files needed for binding by Websphere gets generated automatically so how in an alrady existing ear can i add this extra files.
When i tried to deploy the existing ear as it is in WAS , it was give me problems in the ejb-jar.xml file. What changes i need to make to the various deployemnt descriptors to make sure the ear deploys successfully on WAS 5.1.
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aanchal.
 
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If you want to generate the xmi files, you have to select generate default bindings when deploying.
What sorts of errors are you getting?
 
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Hi Roland ,
I already have an EAR which works well on Oracle9ias , and now i need to migrate the same on Websphere. Now the doubt i have is , do i need to create the entire application again as a new project in websphere using the source code files etc or can i just import the EAR into Websphere studio and generate the xmi for the ear file. Am very confused as to should i use Websphere studio or should i use the AAT tool provided by the server.
Also will i need to create the JNDI lookups when i import the EAR?
Do you know any articles that can help me in understanding migration of EAR's from Oracle9ias to Websphere 5.1 .
I have read your articles on BAsic Authentication Using Custom Registry using Wensphere Studio on the IBM developers website. I too need to create the same kind of Authentication using database instead of file registry (a very informative article ) , but i'm still tryin to get past deploying my application as it is on Websphere , which is a roadblock so far.
aanchal.
[ May 03, 2004: Message edited by: aanchal mathur ]
 
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