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EJB Deployement on WAS

 
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Hi all, I m new to EJB. I want to deploy an EJB Example on WAS6.1.
can any body tell me the steps.
Thanks in advance
 
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are you ready with your EAR, or you still have to code your EJB and bundle it to EAR.

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I m not ready with EAR. I have to code for that.
 
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As Arul said, find a best book for you from url given by him.

write the code for your ejb project and create an EAR and you will be able to deploy same.

Could you let us know, which IDE are you using. In case you are using WSAD or RAD then it will be very easy for you to accomplish your task.

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I m using Eclipse3.2
 
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Originally posted by san pinky:
I m using Eclipse3.2


Then you'll need an Ant/Maven script or a J2EE plugin to facilitate building the ear.
 
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