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Deploy standalone ejb modules

Posted on 2003-11-13
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Hello,
We are a developer team and we work with IAS 7. In order to avoid that every developer has to deploy its enterprise application in a different virtual server I want to know how I can share a ejb module . In this way, all people would share the same enterprise applicarion in the same virtual server and each developer should only deploy the ejb module he is working with. So in this way, the shared ejbs would be in standalone module ejbs.

I can deploy a ejb module as standalone. The problem is, when I try to deploy an enterprise application where there are ejbs which reference to ejbs within the stadalone module, these references can't be resolved.

How can I resolve this problem?

Thanks in advance.
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Why is this in Aplications\Email General\Lotus Notes?  It should be in Web Development\Application Servers!
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Good Answer!
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