Installing an EJB refers to making its physical file or directory
known to WebLogic Server. An EJB can be installed as a
JAR archive, exploded
JAR directory, or in a WAR
archive. After you have installed the EJB, you can start it so that
users can begin using it.
For information on installing EJBs that are packaged as part of an Enterprise application, see Install an Enterprise application.
JARdirectory, or WAR file that corresponds to the EJB you want to install. If you specify an exploded directory, WebLogic Server installs all components in and below the specified directory.
Note: If you have not created additional Managed Servers or clusters, you will not see this assistant page
Typically, the default values are adequate.
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.