Give a man a fish... Oh, never mind.
Anyway, you'll need to learn how to write these yourself, or at least get up to speed with a tool that will do so for you, and I can't really tell you the specific content without knowing more about your EJB anyway. But to get started, you can look at the CMP entity bean examples included with WebLogic (as long as you didn't deselect the examples when you installed the product). There are lots of examples, but one EJB 2.0 CMP example is under weblogic70/samples/server/src/examples/ejb20/basic/containerManaged/
There's also a couple of tools that might be helpful. DDinit will create started DDs for you, and ejbgen lets you put extra JavaDoc tags in your bean implementation class and it will generate the proper bean interfaces and deployment descriptors for you. There's an ejbgen example at weblogic70/samples/server/src/examples/ejb20/ejbgen/bands/
The BEA documentation has a lot of information on EJBs, including CMP and the tools I mentioned above, here
. I could also recommend a good book that covers the tools as well as manual CMP configuration in detail...
But in general, the weblogic-ejb-jar.xml has some general info on each bean such as its JNDI name and where the CMP settings are stored (namely, the file name of the weblogic-cmp-rdbms-jar.xml DD). The CMP DD has information such as the JNDI name of the data source to use for CMP, the table name and column names for each entity, CMR mappings to specific tables and columns, etc.
[ February 28, 2003: Message edited by: Aaron Mulder ]