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How to create EJB client jar from WSAD4.0.3

 
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I could not find in the help perspective
the way to create an ejb client jar from an
ejb project in WSAD. Could someone tell me
how? Thanks
 
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You can't. That's something we lost from VisualAge for Java (don't blame IBM, though -- that's part of the J2EE spec).
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Thanks Kyle.
There must be a way to create stubs for the
EJB clients, maybe manually? How should I run
my EJB clients to access EJBs remotely? Thanks.
 
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ejbdeploy.bat under websphere\appserver\bin will generate the stubs for ejb, you can have generated jar on your ejb client classpath.
 
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If your EJB clients are servlets or JSP's then you include the EJB-JAR file of the EJB's that you want to reference in the EAR with your WAR file. IF your client is an application client, then you include the EJB-JAR in an EAR file with the client JAR file and execute the client using the WebSphere client container (the launchClient.bat file).
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Is there a direct way to create the EJB client jar file or do we have to add the stubs and skeletons manually to the J2EE client jar file.My application just have EJB.jar file we dont have web or servlet.Can you please also send me the link of how to create EJB client jar file using WSAD.
 
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(1) You can't do it -- it's not supported -- see the other thread on this issue.
(2) Please change your name to meet the naming conventions
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