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Ejb development in websphere

 
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i developed one EJb(session bean). i want to deploy it in websphere.
how to write ejb-jar.xml and other websphere specific files.

can you provide any example files.
 
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Ram,
Note that ejb-jar.xml is not WebSphere specific. You can see a simple example or look at the DTD for a complete list of attributes that you can put in this file.

The other xml files are WebSphere specific. They are also optional. You can configure them through the admin console when deploying. I'm not aware of any documentation on their format. You could try looking at the list of IBM specific files to see if anyone has posted examples on the web.
 
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SInce this question is down to Websphere specific stuff, I will move this thread to the Websphere forum.

Please note the note at the top of this forum that states that vendor specific questions should be posted in the Vendor's corresponding forum.

Thanks

Mark
 
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