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Xml So, what bearing does this review of J2EE packaging have on learning how to deploy EJBs in IBM WebSphere Application Server AEs? Well, you have to understand the packaging conventions because, as a J2EE-compliant application server, WebSphere will not permit you to deploy applications, be they single EJBs or EJB client applications or larger applications with all of the component types, unless you package them according to the J2EE deployment rules. If you understand this restriction, then the following description of the components of IBM WebSphere Application Server AEs will make much more sense.

Jar file created earlier and select the file. jar, if one is available. In this case, you want to accept the default, so press OK to dismiss the dialog. jar file, so press Next to move on to the next page, which allows you to add web archive files. ear file. jar: 1. Press the Add… button to bring up the file-selection dialog 2. jar and press Open 3. In the Confirm Values dialog, press OK to accept the default deployment descriptor. ear file. jar. When you are finished, both should appear in the Adding Application Client Modules page.

Note that it may take a while for this message to appear, so be sure that the sizes of the log files have remained constant for a minute or so before you look for additional messages. Now that you’ve started the application server, you can start the Administrative Console. From the First Steps application, choose Launch the Administrative Console. com WebSphere Workbook for Enterprise JavaBeans, 3rd Edition Figure 12: Administrative Console login Type in any ID here (your Windows ID works fine, although anything will do, as the screen text indicates).

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