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J2EE™ Web Services by Richard Monson-Haefel

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Chapter 22. J2EE Deployment

Overview of the J2EE Deployment Process

After you develop a J2EE component (EJB, servlet, JSP, or JSE), you have to deploy it into your J2EE application server to get it working. The deployment process is conceptually the same from one J2EE platform to the next, but the tools used can vary radically among products. For example, most BEA WebLogic developers use command-line tools to deploy J2EE components, while IBM WebSphere developers tend to use WebSphere's GUI deployment tools. Although your skills as a J2EE developer are portable across vendors' products, the skills you acquire using their deployment tools are not. They are too vendor-specific.

That said, J2EE does define a portable mechanism for packaging J2EE components ...

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