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From Eddie Bernard <ebern...@digitalthink.com>
Subject RE: EJB Packaging
Date Tue, 02 Apr 2002 16:02:03 GMT
First question: What version of Weblogic are you using?  It makes a
difference since 6.x supports the J2EE standard for packaging and (AFAIK)
5.x does not.  This means that you cannot package enterprise applications in
5.x (per the J2EE convention).

Next, take a look through the archives for this.  I, and several others,
have posted some of our findings on this very topic.  In particular, the
discussions centered on the modification of the "Class-Path" attribute the
manifest (META-INF/manifest.mf) file of the enterprise app.

However, if you answer the first question I'm sure I can provide you with a
much clearer answer ;).


Cheers!
Eddie

-----Original Message-----
From: Barry Jia [mailto:bjia@brightspark.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 02, 2002 7:14 AM
To: 'Ant Users List'
Subject: EJB Packaging


First of all, I would say I am NOT an EJB guy.
But I was asked to compile and package the EJBs for WebLogic.
In our app, we have 4 EJBs(*.jar ,including a base persistent EJB) and we
have a web app (.war) which include all jsp, servlet and web app classes).
We want to package them together and then deploy them under WebLogic, when
we test them, we got ClassCastException, that maybe because we have an
indepand package(common value objects) which is used by all EJBs, any body
has any idea about how to package them? sample is better.
Thanks

______________________________________________	
 	Barry Jia
Brightspark
Tel:416-488-1999 ext.306
Email: bjia@brightspark.com <mailto:bjia@brightspark.com>  

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