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Default Using an ear file to view source code

Is it possible to see source code from an ear file because from the book IBM Websphere they said you can view the source code and all they gave was an ear file
 
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I thought we should be able to open EAR, WAR and JAR files using winzip.

Correct me if I am wrong.

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