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EJBs are fine, but....

 
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Hi
EJBs and the focus on them in SCJEA is fine, but what is focus on the exceptions and errors while creating and deploying an EJB.
Are there any tools used for debugging ?
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I hope But not sure (I repeate not sure)about the Debugger.
I think j2ee software which is available in javasoft.com Or
The Web server should solve the error and Exception occur while deploying the EJB in a particular vendors container.
I hope some expart should give this answer.
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Many application servers that serve as deployment tools for the EJBs that you write provides such facilities. WebSphere from IBM, iPlanet from Sun are some examples.
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I dont think there are debuggers specifically for error and exceptional handling. The Application servers like BEA weblogic and IBM's Visual Age, as an IDE compatible with websphere (Application server) provides an excellent support while deploying EJB's ,is very user friendly IDE.
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Originally posted by Suneel Setlur:
Hi
Are there any tools used for debugging ?


Well, if you are making EJBs for WebSphere, you'd better use VisualAge for Java, Enterprise Edition. The EJB Development Environment of VAJ will make your life much easier!
[This message has been edited by Tony Chen (edited February 22, 2001).]
 
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Or you may use Websphere studio as well instead of Visual Age for the certification. Webspehere studio closely relates to the Websphere Applications server.
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Sorry I meant Websphere Applications Server Advanced Edition 3.5 in my previous message. It can be downloaded from the IBM web site.
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