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CORRECT WAY TO DEPLOY ON JBOSS

 
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I AM FRUSTRATED WITH DEPLOYMENT ON JBOSS
I have my ejb compiled.
I wish to deploy them .
What is the correct way to do so?
Please gimme steps to do so:
Please do not gimme followig links
1.http://www.roseindia.net/jboss/buildingwebapplicationwithant.htm
2.Eclipse stuff.
 
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Package your EJBs in an EJB JAR file and place them in the server/default/deploy directory of your JBoss install. That's it. If you are confused about creating a deployable EJB app, try a good EJB book like O'Reilly's Enterprise JavaBeans. Once you have that, you can deploy your app on JBoss easily. You may want to do some JBoss customizations later, but you should get the app deploying first before worrying about that...
 
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