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Earlier this year, I printed a tutorial from the netbeans website.
It involved developing an enterprise app deployed to a jboss app
server.

The tutorial said that jboss (the tutorial used 4.0.x) is j2ee vers 5
complient and in their msg bean, they used annotations. They start
off by walking you through the create project process, and in particular
setting the j2ee level to 5.

However, when I try to replicate their steps, I'm only able to get a
j2ee level of 1.4. Can anyone tell me why/how to have it read j2ee 5?

Thanks,

John
 
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