Interview Question: What is Deployment descriptor?

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Question:What is Deployment descriptor?

Answer: A deployment descriptor is an XML file packaged with the enterprise beans in an EJB JAR file or an EAR file. It contains metadata describing the contents and structure of the enterprise beans, and runtime transaction and security information for the EJB container.

 

 

 

 



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