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how to generate the ear for a ejb project

Posted on 2010-11-22
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I have a ejb project in eclipse
I have configured a jboss server to that project
Now how do I generate the ear and paste it under the ser/default/deploy folder????
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thanks there, but my project is already created. I am aware of that option when creating a new project.
But how do i add the option after???
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Unless you create the project as a J2EE project I donot think [I maybe wrong] you can add the option later.
Can you create a duplicate J2EE project and add the source from your existing project and then try?
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Use ant.
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"using ant" cannot be understood completely.
It would have been better if the ant script had been written.
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