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Hi All

I have created the bean class, home and component interfaces and the ejb-jar.xml file. Now how can I deploy them in JBOSS. Also do I need to do all the things manually right from creating the client jar file with the interfaces to the JNDI entry?. Can anyone explain clearly how to do EJB deployment in JBOSS4.0 so that I can access the method present in the bean class from my client java program?. Advance thanks.
 
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On JBoss, you need to make a JAR file that contains your beans. To deploy the JAR file, simple copy it into the server/default/deploy directory (assuming you are using the deault instance). If you watch the console whilst doing this, you can see a message saying that your bean has ben deployed, or telling you of any errors that have occured.

To invoke the bean, you do not need any special JARS. Just look up the home interface via JNDI and create an instance of your bean from that.

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That is fine. But where can I set the JNDI name for the bean?
 
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jboss.xml - This optional file is used to specify a different JNDI name for a bean's home interface. The default JNDI name for a bean is the ejb-jar.xml ejb-name element value.
 
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