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<!-- Generate ejb-client for client project
In the first part of the XML fragment, we specified the project's finalName attribute,
which will dictate the name of the packaged artifact (in our example, the project's name
corresponds to our project's artifact ID, so it will be named ticket-agency-
ejb.jar ).
The artifact ID named wildfly-maven-plugin will actually trigger the WildFly
Maven plugin that will be used to deploy our project.
So, once you have configured the WildFly plugin, your application can be deployed auto-
matically by entering from your project root. This can be done by typing the following
command in the console:
mvn wildfly:deploy
Since deployment is a repetitive task for a developer, it would be convenient to execute
this operation from within the Eclipse environment. All you need is to create a new Run
Configurations setting from the upper menu by navigating to Run | Run Configura-
tions .
Enter the project's base directory (hint: the Browse Workspace... utility will help you
pick up the project from your project list) and type your Maven goal into the Goals text-
box, as shown in the following screenshot:
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