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Deploying EAR file into Webservices of J2EE Engine..

Hi

I am trying out to create an application under Netweaver developer studio.

One of the steps include..

Deploying an existing .ear file into the webservices of J2ee engine..

Can anybody help me who to deploy the "ear" file into the J2ee engine..

Thanks in advance,

venkat.

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  • Nov 10, 2005 at 04:21 PM

    Hello,

    there are several ways to deploy a file to the server. Best way is you go through a tutorial, that shows you how to do this. Don't try to deploy a ready EAR file from anywhere else, as this will not work.

    Regards,

    Benny

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    Dec 13, 2005 at 04:30 PM

    There are several ways to deploy an EAR file to the J2EE server. There is the DeployTool, which for simply deploying is too complicated, you can deploy over RMI with a self written program, or the way I do it is using the Deploy in the J2EE Administrator. For all the above ways of deploying a finished EAR file, the only thing that you have to becareful of is that the EAR complies to the J2EE standard and it should then work ( J2EE standard description can be found on http://java.sun.com/j2ee ). Also be sure that resources that are already available on the server need not to be deployed in the EAR, just reference the system resouces over JNDI or classpaths.

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  • Dec 14, 2005 at 12:53 PM

    Venkat

    Using SDM is the best way for deploying the EAR.

    It will be avaible under the path

    sap\systemname\JC<>\SDM\program\<b>RemoteGui.bat</b>

    Make a shortcut of this RemoteGUI.bat to the Desktop.

    Thanks

    Kay

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