The body of any XML document begins and ends with the tag for the
document’s root element, which is defined by the DTD. For a
deployment descriptor, the root element is named
<ejb-jar>, and looks like this:
<ejb-jar> ... other elements ... </ejb-jar>
All other elements must be nested within the
<ejb-jar> element. You can place the
following kinds of elements within
element can be used to provide a description of the deployment
descriptor. This element can be used in many contexts within a
deployment descriptor: to describe the descriptor as a whole, to
describe particular beans, to describe particular security roles,
etc. The Cabin EJB deployment descriptor doesn’t use a
<description> element for the deployment
descriptor as a whole, but it does provide a description for the
Cabin EJB itself.
element is used by tools (such as a deployment wizard) that are
working with the deployment descriptor. It provides a convenient
visual label for the entire JAR file and individual bean components.
These elements point to files within the JAR file that provide icons
a deployment wizard or some other tool can use to represent the JAR
file. Icons must be image files in either the JPEG or GIF format.
Small icons must be 16 x 16 pixels; large icons must be 32
x 32 pixels. These icon elements are also used in the
<session>, and ...