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From nmu...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: xml-axis-wsif/java/samples/ejb/service README.html
Date Fri, 27 Dec 2002 17:52:32 GMT
nmukhi      2002/12/27 09:52:32

  Modified:    java/samples/ejb/service README.html
  Log:
  Minor updates to EJB sample README
  
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  RCS file: /home/cvs/xml-axis-wsif/java/samples/ejb/service/README.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.1
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  --- README.html	13 Dec 2002 22:59:55 -0000	1.1
  +++ README.html	27 Dec 2002 17:52:32 -0000	1.2
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         <li><tt><a href="AddressBookSession.java">AddressBookSessionHome.java</a></tt>,
the home interface for our session bean.</li>
         <li><tt><a href="AddressBookSessionBean.java">AddressBookSessionBean.java</a></tt>,
the EJBimplementation. This is as vanilla as can be, using a hash table to store a map of
names to addresses.</li>
         <li><tt><a href="addressbook">addressbook</a></tt>
is a subdirectory containing the complex Java types used - these can be generated from the
WSDL</li>
  -      <li><tt><a href="deploy">deploy</a></tt> is a subdirectory
containing the things necessary to deploy this EJB to your favorite application server. Generally
to deploy your EJB you will need to compile the code for this sample, then package it into
a JAR along with an <tt><a href="deploy/jboss/ejb-jar.xml">ejb-jar.xml</a></tt>
file. Your application server may need other files. We have included under the <tt>deploy/jboss</tt>
directory a pre-packaged jar that contains the compiled beans and the configuration files
required by JBoss. All you need to deploy to JBoss is to drop this <a href="deploy/jboss/addressbook.jar">addressbook
JAR file for JBoss</a> (assuming you use the default server configuration) into server/default/deploy
under your JBoss server installation, and start your server.</li>
  +      <li><tt><a href="deploy">deploy</a></tt> is a subdirectory
containing the things necessary to deploy this EJB to your favorite application server. Generally
to deploy your EJB you will need to compile the code for this sample, then package it into
a JAR along with an <tt><a href="deploy/jboss/ejb-jar.xml">ejb-jar.xml</a></tt>
file. Your application server may need other files. We have included under the <tt>deploy/jboss</tt>
directory a pre-packaged jar that contains the compiled beans and the configuration files
required by JBoss. All you need to deploy to JBoss is to drop this <a href="deploy/jboss/addressbook.jar">addressbook
JAR file for JBoss</a> (assuming you use the default server configuration) into server/default/deploy
under your JBoss server installation, and start your server. This has been tested with JBoss
version 3.0.4 running on Windows 2000, with the sample client running on Windows 2000 and
using WSIF in a Java 1.4.1 environment.</li>
   </ul>
   <hr width="100%">
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