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how to merge war file and ear file?

 
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Hi, guys:

I have a war file which includes web modules and a ear file which includes
enterprise modules. Before I deploy them to websphere, I need to merge them
into one ear file. I am wondering if there is any simple way to do that?

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WAR files go inside EAR files.
 
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Thanks.

Yes, I know war file should go inside ear file.
But how to do that? Is there a simple command to do that?

Originally posted by Scott Selikoff:
WAR files go inside EAR files.

 
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Originally posted by rick collette:
Thanks.

Yes, I know war file should go inside ear file.
But how to do that? Is there a simple command to do that?



The "jar" command can be used to list, extract, and create jar, war, and ear files. I guess you can extract the ear file, copy in the war file, and bundle it up again. BTW, just don't forget to use the "M" option, when creating the ear file -- as you don't want a manifest.

Henry
 
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Thanks a lot, Henry. That solved my problem.


Originally posted by Henry Wong:


The "jar" command can be used to list, extract, and create jar, war, and ear files. I guess you can extract the ear file, copy in the war file, and bundle it up again. BTW, just don't forget to use the "M" option, when creating the ear file -- as you don't want a manifest.

Henry

 
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Originally posted by rick collette:
Thanks.

Yes, I know war file should go inside ear file.
But how to do that? Is there a simple command to do that?


I just use tools like Winzip/Winrar to drag and drop WARs inside of existing EARs. Then, you just update the EAR's application.xml with a line or two of text.
 
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In wsad, go to your enterprise application, open applicaiton.xml,click on modules -details,click on add, it would show all other app modules with in your workspace..add the module you want to include in your application..
Hope this helps.
 
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