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From Hubert Rabago <>
Subject Re: WAS V5 WjEjbDeploy
Date Tue, 20 Jan 2004 18:00:42 GMT
Thanks for this!

I was aware of the "/deploytool/itp" dependency before, but you've provided more
information now and hopefully this will help.  I don't actually have a full WAS
installation, I just the WAS that comes with WSAD.  Right now, we're dependent on
the IDE to build our app for that, and while other teams around us are fine with
that, I prefer having my build script do it for me.
As far as that directory, I have it under the AES4 which came with WSAD, but I
wasnt V5, not V4, but with the info you gave, maybe, just maybe, I'll be able to
tweak my directories to achieve the desired effect.

And also, thanks for sending your reply directly to me, because I recently took
myself out of the mailing list.


--- "Weston, Toby (ELSLON)" <> wrote:
> Hi,
> Not sure if this is how I reply to your thread at
>, if its not,
> perhaps you could post it on there.
> I found a solution around setting the wasHome attribute of the <wsejbdeploy>
> element. It can't find the EJBDeploy class from the batch.jar but its
> looking for it in a directory under the wasHome for example,
> ${wasHome}/deploytool/itp/plugins/
> .
> So basically, check your wasHome setting has these folders underneath. It
> looks for some other JARs in similar places so I think the best thing to do
> is make sure you've got WAS installed as WSAD doesn't seem to have anything
> similar to this structure.
> Hope that helps,
> Toby

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