The successfully packaged session EJB contains all the information needed to successfully deploy or download your enterprise application to your selected application server. Once deployed, the Deployment Status page indicates the status of the deployment.
Deployment options are set on the Choose Deployment Options and choose Deploy Download Options panels of the New / Edit J2EE Session EJB Wizard. Click Help on each panel for detailed information on the options available.
Deployment options are the same regardless of the type of application server you use; however, the finish action options vary. Automatic deployment is available only with WebLogic and SunOne application servers. If you are using WebSphere or Oracle application servers, you must download the EAR file and manually deploy the application.
|Whether you automatically deploy, or download and manually deploy the application, you must deploy both the connector RAR and EJB JAR files in order to successfully use your session EJB. For OracleAS deployments, the EJB JAR and connector RAR files are bundled together as an application EAR file.|
|Application server||Deployment options||Download options|
|WebLogic||Automatic deployment of EJB JAR and connector RAR files to the application server specified on the Task File and Application Server page. EJB and RAR files are deployed to
|SunOne||Automatic deployment of EJB JAR and connector RAR files to the application server specified on the Task File and Application Server page. EJB and RAR files are deployed to
|WebSphere||not available||Download EJB JAR and Connector RAR files and manually deploy the application.|
|Oracle||not available||Download EJB JAR and Connector RAR files, which are bundled together as an Application EAR file, and then manually deploy the application.|
When deploying or downloading, you can choose to do nothing. If selected, your session EJB is added to the J2EE Session EJB Deployments page list, and is available to be downloaded or deployed at a later time.
|Using J2EE Connector Architecture, Overview|
|Configuring J2EE Session EJBs|
|Registering Application Servers|
|Packaging J2EE Session EJBs|