Thanks for your response. This is a good news. I had asked this question a week ago and had got an response that exploded deploymment is not available to websphere v7 due to some issues. Please see the response below:
Posted: May 11, 2010 - 09:52 AM
Subject: Re: Exploded Archive deploy type not enabled for Websphere V
First, thanks for trying MyEclipse Blue! We have a lot of companies that are rapidly switching over to it and away from RAD and RSA. We'll do whatever we can to help add you to that list. :-)
Second, I'll help as I can on these questions, but you'll get much better quality answers if you post to our MyEclipse Blue support forum in the future. We have product specialists that monitor that forum and they have much more product knowledge than I do. That forum is at:
1. I don't see exploded archieve deploy option when I click "Add a Deployment" on Websphere server connector. This option is disabled. is this something to do with trial version.
We don't support exploded deployment on WebSphere 7 because IBM has made substantial changes to their server operation that prevents this option from functioning reliably. Instead, we added our enhanced connector support for WebSphere 7 which does effectively the same thing: it deploys only changes to the project that is running in WebSphere when you redeploy. It's highly efficient and uses the same mechanism that RSA uses for reliability.
2. While trying to deploy the EAR file on websphere through "Add a Deployment" fails with compilation errors during ejbdeploy. is there a way to specify parameters to websphere ejbdeploy thorugh myeclipse.
This is most likely a library dependency or configuration issue that's specific to your project setup. If this was an existing project you brought in from RSA, please be sure you used our automated enhancement tools on the project to correct the library paths etc. If you instead tried to alter it manually, this may be the source of the issue.
Unfortunately, that's about the extent of the help I personally can provide. But fortunately, our experts on the forums can go much further if you have any additional questions or problems. Just ask us; we're here to help.