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RAD 7 "Prepare for Deployment"?

 
Damien Fergusson
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I had earlier created and ear and ejb-jar project in RAD and had successfully deployed it. My RAD crashed later and I had backed up these projects.
I successfully RE-IMPORTED the ear and jar successfully into my workspace after re-creating my RAD workspace.
But when I click "Prepare for Deployment" - nothing happens. When I start the Websphere Applcation Server from the Server View - my ear is not picked up!! (It USED to be picked up when I had manually created the ejb-jar and ear.) How do I get Websphere to publish my ear when I say "publish"?

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Hi Six Sigma,

Can you please check your personal messages regarding an important administrarive matter?

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Damien Fergusson
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Six Sigma wrote:I had earlier created and ear and ejb-jar project in RAD and had successfully deployed it. My RAD crashed later and I had backed up these projects.
I successfully RE-IMPORTED the ear and jar successfully into my workspace after re-creating my RAD workspace.
But when I click "Prepare for Deployment" - nothing happens. When I start the Websphere Applcation Server from the Server View - my ear is not picked up!! (It USED to be picked up when I had manually created the ejb-jar and ear.) How do I get Websphere to publish my ear when I say "publish"?

Thanks



Never Mind I figured it out.
Right click on server target runtime and click "Add or Remove Projects" and select the project you want to auto deploy.
 
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