To deploy to WebSphere

To start WebSphere server:

  1. Run the startup script by entering the following command from the bin directory of your WebSphere installation:

To start WebSphere administrative console

  1. Start WebSphere server and WebSphere Administrative Console.
  2. In the left pane click ResourcesResource Adapters
  3. Click Install RAR on the page on the right, and follow the instructions on the screen.

    When you are asked for the resource adapter file, specify the required mfcobol*.rar file.

  4. The new resource adapter is now listed on the right. Click it to display its properties.
  5. Add a connection factory for the resource adapter. You might need to scroll to Additional Properties at the end and then click J2C Connection Factories. Then click New and follow the instructions on the screen to specify:
    • CCIMFCobol_v1.5 as the reference name for the connection factory
    • eis/MFCobol_v1.5 as the JNDI name for the connection factory
  6. Confirm that the new resource adapter is now listed on the right.
Note: The resource adapter must be deployed on a machine where your COBOL development system is installed.

To deploy an EJB to WebSphere

  1. If you don't have an .ear file containing your EJB, package the EJB into an .ear file now. You will have a. ear if you generated a client and EJB together, and it will be in
  2. Start WebSphere server and WebSphere Administrative Console.
  3. In the Administrative Console, click ApplicationsInstall New Application on the left
  4. Follow the instructions on the screen. Most of the information will default to information in the generated deployment descriptors and you do not need to change it. You will however need to specify the following:
    Path to ear file
    Specify the path to your .ear file
    Deploy EJBs
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    JNDI name of EJB
    Specify any name you like, but it must match the JNDI name that other components of your application use when they refer your EJB
    Map EJB ref to an enterprise bean
    Specify the same JNDI name that you specified above

To stop WebSphere server

Either stop the server from the Start menu or:

  • Run the stop script by entering the following command from the bin directory of your WebSphere installation: