Installing an EJB refers to making its physical file or directory
known to WebLogic Server. An EJB can be installed as JAR archive or exploded JAR directory. After you have
installed the EJB, you can start it so that users can begin using
If you have not already done so, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Lock & Edit (see Use the Change Center).
In the left
pane of the Administration Console, select
In the right pane, click Install.
Install Application Assistant, locate the JAR file or exploded JAR directory that
corresponds to the EJB you want to install. If you specify an exploded
directory, WebLogic Server installs all components in and below the
have located the file or directory to install, click
Specify whether you want to target the installation as an
application or a shared library.
Select the servers and/or clusters to which you want to deploy
Note: If you have not created additional Managed
Servers or clusters, you will not see this assistant page
Optionally update settings about the EJB. These settings
The deployed name of the EJB.
The security model that is applied to the EJB.
How the source files (JAR or exploded directory contents)
are made available to targeted Managed Servers and
Typically, the default values are adequate.
Review the configuration settings you specified, and click
Finish to complete the installation.
Note: If you install an application that follows the
below directory structure and there is no deployment plan in the
/plan directory, WebLogic server automatically
creates a deployment plan for you.
If you chose to immediately go to the deployment's configuration
screen, click the tabs to set additional configuration settings for
the EJB. If you chose to change this information later, the
Administration Console returns you to the Deployments table,
which should now include your newly-installed EJB.
To activate these changes, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Activate Changes. Not all changes take effect immediately—some require a restart (see Use the Change Center).