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Eclipse and GWT plugin

 
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Good day everyone,

This question comes related to my latest work with eclipse. I just installed the GWT plugin for eclipse, and it works successfully, but I'm afraid I need some guidance to know how to configure deployment of a GWT application to a JEE container different than the default
Google App Engine. Is there a tutorial I could read somewhere? I have not been able to find it so far.

I'm assuming that If can get this configuration right, I'll be able to make full use of all the JEE features like EJB invocations (which I have not been able to pull off correctly). Can't even get the JEE annotations like @EJB to be resolved from the GWT Servlet.

Any help in regards to this configuration will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Sincerely,

Jose

PD. I want to configure deployment for OC4J
 
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