Is the .war file is required for the entitybeans installation?


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    satya Guest

    Is the .war file is required for the entitybeans installation?


    Hi,

    Could u please help me?

    I have just created the Remote interface, HomeInterface, Bean class and the
    client class files for the entitybean deployment. Created the required xml
    descriptors. packed those files into the .jar file. Installed the jar file
    using the console. I have even followed the samples examples also, for the
    proper procedure. But, I found the following things.
    1.when installed the files under deployments--->ejb section, it's appearing
    under the deployments--->applications.
    2. The home inteface is not appearing under the JNDI tree structure(because
    of this I'm getting the naming exception when tried to look up in the client
    class).
    3. And, if I try to undeploy it, it displaying the following error.

    "No Application Descriptor Available for Edit"
    thanks,
    satya.





  2. #2
    satya Guest

    Re: Is the .war file is required for the entitybeans installation?



    No, not required in the development mode of the application.Simply deploy
    it as done for session beans except some back-end configurations.




    "satya" <satya_techno@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hi,
    >
    >Could u please help me?
    >
    >I have just created the Remote interface, HomeInterface, Bean class and

    the
    >client class files for the entitybean deployment. Created the required xml
    >descriptors. packed those files into the .jar file. Installed the jar file
    >using the console. I have even followed the samples examples also, for the
    >proper procedure. But, I found the following things.
    >1.when installed the files under deployments--->ejb section, it's appearing
    >under the deployments--->applications.
    >2. The home inteface is not appearing under the JNDI tree structure(because
    >of this I'm getting the naming exception when tried to look up in the client
    >class).
    >3. And, if I try to undeploy it, it displaying the following error.
    >
    > "No Application Descriptor Available for Edit"
    >thanks,
    >satya.
    >
    >
    >
    >



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