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aslesha choudhari
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hi,
i have started lerning EJB recently.
i have set up weblogic 6.0 .
i went through few examples which comes along with the server .
now i want to write few beans on my own.
i wrote the remote i/f ,home i/f & the bean,the client .
how do i write the deployment descriptor??also which jndi name should be specified while writing the desciptor??
please need some information.
thanks & regards,
aslesha
 
Michael Hildner
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Take a look at the deployment descriptors WL provides under the samples directory, copy and modify to suit your needs.
 
aslesha choudhari
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but my problem is how do i specify the jndi name??
regards,
aslesha
 
Michael Hildner
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The JNDI name is specified weblogic-ejb-jar.xml. We usally just use the fully-qualified class name, but naming is up to you. This is from our deployment descriptor:


[This message has been edited by Michael Hildner (edited April 25, 2001).]
 
Raja Shekhar
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hi
VisualCafeEE is The Best Solution..
if u want what goes inside this..
after building/deploying the bean
just Check all files..
Which VC will Write 4 u...
Hope this Hepls u allot..
Raj
 
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