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From one of the mock exams,
Question :
The Application Assembler adds JSP pages and other components to ejb-jar files.
a) true
b) False
The answer they have given is 'true'. I am not convinced. Can anyone through some light?
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Prasad
 
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The question's answer is not wrong, but the question is just worded very badly. The ap assembler does "add" JSP pages and other components (in the form of a .war file) to ejb-jar files. A better word than add would have been combine because the JSPs and such do not go into the ejb-jar file. Just as ejb-jars have their own deployment descriptor, so too do war files. What really happens are that .wars and ejb-jars are kept in tact and placed inside a .ear (enterprise archive) file for deployment.
 
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Thank you somuch. Thats what I thought too..
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But imho the correct answer then would still be NO.
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Chris Lewold
 
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