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NEED HELP:Compiling components of an EJB without an IDE

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Can someone give me a line that will compile the components of my ejb without an IDE using WebSphere?

javac *.java and include the paths for all the classes needed for an EJB.  Any other resources for deploying an ejb without an ide with WebSphere would also be helpful.
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if I remember correctly there's a tool that comes with WebSphere that does this, it's in the websphere's bin directory. I think it might be called jetace but I'm not sure but it follows a similar structure to Ant, it basically has a set of xml tags that allow you to create the ejb jar file including the .ser files.
I once had to do an automated deployment out of source control to a websphere server where the deployment included EJB's and I used the xmlconfig utility in websphere bin directory and another utility to compile and create the EJB jar's I believe it was jetace but can't recall. It's one of the utilities in the bin directory.
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Sweet found it.  THANKS!!
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Sweet found it.  THANKS!!
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