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Hello All,
I recently had a situation where I was running code that another developer had written using WSAD 5.0 and SOAP. I had always added additional projects that the code referenced in the main ear file, however, they put everything in the server path tab under the server config. It appeared that was the only way it would run, but I'm not certain of this as I couldn't get it working properly running the other projects as part of my ear file. My question is when you have a J2EE application with EJB's, what is the best way to run any additional projects or ejb's: in the ear or under the server path? and why?
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James
 
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In the Ear. Always, every time. See this article on multiple deployments.
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