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Can anyone tell me as to how ANT can be used for creating JAR files, so that I can deploy them ? Where can I find some good examples related to JBOSS (other than www.jboss.org) ?
 
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Hi,
You can use
<jar jarfile="${local.jar.file}" basedir="${project.classes.dir}" />
to create a jar file, ofcourse ${} specifies the variable you have specified. For more you can look into ANT documentation.
If you are looking for JBOSS deployment and configuration docs, then jboss.org is the best site.
 
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Here's a chunk from a project that I'm working on:

Make sure you understand variables in ant, otherwise, it might confuse you.
HTH,
/rick
[ May 14, 2002: Message edited by: Rick Salsa ]
 
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Thanks Rick.. Yes I want to understand each and every variable in ANT specially in context to deployment descriptor for EJB (JBOSS related).
Can you suggest something ?
 
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How good is JBoss as a J2EE server and EJB server? I am finding a good one and so need some alternative suggesions other than JBoss also...
 
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Originally posted by Ashik uzzaman:
How good is JBoss as a J2EE server and EJB server? I am finding a good one and so need some alternative suggesions other than JBoss also...


What is your criteria for the search. What would be a 'good' server? Cheap, load balanced, best security etc?
Alternatives (no particular order):
- BEA Weblogic
- IBM Websphere
- Orion
- Oracle IAS
- Sybase
- Silverstream
- Resin EJB
 
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Hi John,
Are any one of these alternatives free and of open source code standard ?
 
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How about the J2EE server Pramati. They got very good reviews.
Kishore.
 
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