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aleks nikolic
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I'm trying but not getting anywhere . Where do you put the final JAR file in Weblogic ? Do you just plop it in C:\bea\wlserver6.1\config\mydomain\applications or do you need to do something extra ? I've read the docs ten times , still not getting anywhere . When I run my server , the output doesn't mention my new deployment or anything .
I jarred my class files up . They're all in the examples/helloworld directory . Another directory is META-INF where I put ejb-jar.xml and weblogic-ejb-jar.xml .
Then I run weblogic.ejbc on this jar file and I throw the resulting jar file in :\bea\wlserver6.1\config\mydomain\applications . As far as I can tell jndi-name and client call are the same .
And I can't get the console to run so I am hoping someone knows how to deploy manually .
Thanks .
 
Tim Holloway
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The where isn't as important as the how. If you can't get the console running (and you should be able to - it's a webapp too), then you need to manually edit the WebLogic confix.xml file to let the server know where the component is. WLS 6.1, like most recent-vintage multiservers would rather you packaged everything up in an EAR file, however.
Beyond that, I recommend you inquire in the WebLogic forum - they have more expertise on that specific product.
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