Deployment Descriptor


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Deployment Descriptor

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(DD) A J2EE configuration file.
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The initial recipes are basic and will instruct new Java web developers in the mechanics of servlets and JSPs (including packaging servlets and JSPs, writing the deployment descriptor, deploying servlets and JSPs, using Apache Ant, precompiling JSPs, and creating JSPs as XML documents)
Both Macrovision and Zero G have been at the forefront of solutions for complex software installation and have worked closely with key standards bodies and industry partners including OASIS, WC3, IBM, HP and others to establish standards in the industry such as the Solution Deployment Descriptor Specification (SDD), also known as "Solution Installation.
Deployment Facilities: One button deployment to J2EE application servers using a Deployment Descriptor Editor, Deployment Plan Editor and Deploy Archive command.
The new OASIS Solution Deployment Descriptor (SDD) Technical Committee will develop schemas to describe the characteristics of installable units of software, relevant for core aspects of deployment, configuration, and maintenance.
A new, two-way deployment descriptor editor with descriptor
Integrated App Server Support: ObjectAssembler now contains application server specific deployment descriptor support (currently for WARs only) and deployment tools for the following application servers: JBoss 3(TM), Weblogic 7(TM), and Tomcat 4(TM).
New option in EJB Deployment Expert to launch a graphical editor dialog and manually edit the auto-generated XML Deployment Descriptor (DD) before final deployment of the EJB.
1 version of the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) specification extends its support for web services and the Java Web Services APIs, expands its asynchronous messaging support, adds XML Schema for deployment descriptors, and introduces a new Timer service, which allows for scheduling EJB jobs.
1 offers improved support for the construction and deployment of Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs), through the new environment's ability to generate XML deployment descriptors.
JDT also now embraces non-language files like manifests and J2EE deployment descriptors that reference Java language elements.

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