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EJB Server for Windows 98

 
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Hi,
After studying Monson-Haefel's EJB book, I've got all the
theory I need. But is there an EJB Server I can run on a
computer with Windows 98 installed?
Any tips would be helpful so that I can get some hands-on
experience of beans.
Tony.
 
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I am not sure but I think maybe the J2EE reference implementation will work. Its good to work with the reference implementation just to learn J2EE.
Other servers will require atleast 256 MB RAM. I think that maybe WAS 4.0 may work on win 98 but i am not sure.
 
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No WebSphere 4.0 can be installed on either NT4.0 or Win2000. Try Weblogic 6.1 or 5.1 on Win98, 192MB is fine.
 
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