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How to use <ejbjar> task of Apache ANT.

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   I am using ANT 1.5.4 version and weblogic 6.1 Version. can u please help me in using <ejbjar> task of Apache ANT.
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http://ant.apache.org/manual/OptionalTasks/ejb.html#ejbjar

has examples for all supported servers :-)

(including weblogic)
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