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Hello,
   I am new EJB, I am facing problem creating deployment descriptor file for weblogic. Any body can please help me to sortout the problem.



I have created Three class file

D:\EJB\demo\Demo.class
D:\EJB\demo\DemoHome.class
D:\EJB\demo\DemoBean.class

Now I am to create deployment descriptor file. And I have used following command. But it is giving error as shown.

D:\EJB>java weblogic.ejb.utils.DDCreator -dir demo demo/DD.txt

Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: weblogic/ejb/utils/DDCreator


Whould please help me, how to create deployment descriptor file.


thanks in advance.
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Hi,

You have to keep the weblogic classes library (weblogic.jar) in your class path before you proceed to use the command. So keep the file in classpath and try again.

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I have set the weblogic.jar in class path still it showing me same problem.

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see here:

http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs60/ejb/EJB_whatsnew.html

    Unsupported Deployment Utilities


Doesn't help much - as you pretty much cannot continue the tutorial without changing your approach.

try this tutorial instead:
http://edocs.bea.com/wlw/docs101/gui...tEJBIntro.html


 


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