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Migrating ejb2 from weblogic to jboss ejb3  RSS feed

 
Akleem shaik
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Hi All ,

I have been trying to migrate ejb2 which runs on top of the weblogic server to ejb3 which should run on jboss server . My application was developed using xdoclet tools., I came to know that the tool is no longer in use .In My Old build.xml there were many ejbdoclet elements being used to generate value objects and weblogic specific deployment descriptors . How do i change or re write the build.xml without using these ejbgen and ejbdoclets for ejb3.

Your response in this matter is greatly appreciated .
Thanks in advance .
 
Jhonson Fernando
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TI cannot find any other solution; your ejbdoclet annotations in your EJB code must be changed to support JBoss before changing build.xml.
 
Akleem shaik
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Jhonson Fernando wrote:TI cannot find any other solution; your ejbdoclet annotations in your EJB code must be changed to support JBoss before changing build.xml.



Hi Jhonson ,

Thanks for responding . I have a task to migrate ejb2 which runs on weblogic to ejb3 and should run on jboss . I have migrated session , MD beans successfully but im really finding complex to migrate entity beans . COuld you please provide me the links which could help me to complete my task please .

Thanks in advance
 
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EJB3 doesn't have the concept of entity beans. They have been replaced with entities (which are like simple POJOs) and EntityManager. Just search around a bit for JPA.
 
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