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EJB in eclipse

 
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Hi,

Im new to eclipse, and wanted to develop ejb using eclipse as ide and Sun Application Server as container and Pointbase as the database for entity beans.

I downloaded all of the above, and need to know how to setup my environment and start working. Also how do I connect my eclipse to sun app and sun app to pointbase? Do I need any other plugin for this?

Thanks Praveen.
 
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Native eclipse does not support EJBs other than as regular java projects, as in you'll have to build the EJB structure and deployment EAR manually or using ANT/Maven scripting.

There are a number of other tools, such as IBM WSAD/RAD that do support EJB creation and building, but they are not that cheap. There's also MyEclipse which I believe isn't free, but doesn't cost nearly as much.

Off hand, I support building the EJBs yourself and deploying them using scripting, but I'm sure there a number of free plugins for eclipse that might accomplish this.
[ February 05, 2006: Message edited by: Scott Selikoff ]
 
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Tx Scott,
How is netbeans, does it natively support EJB creation, Can you suggest some other tools or free eclipse plugins which might be helpful.

Tx Praveen.
 
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yeah with netbeans you don't really have to generate the structure, it generates the classes for you and it comes installed with a Sun Application Server
 
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Eclipse have new tool call webtool you can search for web tool on eclipse site and install it, it support J2EE developement, I used it, it is rarely good.
 
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Tx friends, actually i HAVE to use sun app server and it seems webtools lacks support for sunapp server.

Im kinda sad abt this, but it forces me to go back to netbeans and not use eclipse.

Does anybody have any suggestions.

Praveen.
 
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