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Hi all
Is there any link where I can find out all possible ejb-jar.xml tags?
Thanks
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Check out the dtd defined at the top of the ejb-jar.xml file. Just go to that link and it will show you everything that can be included.
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A better link wud be the DTD of ejb-jar.xml present at http://java.sun.com/dtd/index.html
 
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Thanks Brian and Sivasundaram.
I am unable to view this link. http://java.sun.com/dtd/ejb-jar_2_0.dtd
It gives me the following error.

Is this a problem with my browser? How to view this?
-Sainudheen
[ October 28, 2003: Message edited by: Sainudheen Mydeen ]
 
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I am not getting any errors
 
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If u are in the IE world,try to go the home page(http://java.sun.com/dtd/index.html) and right click on the link and save the file
 
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Thanks to Pradeep and Sivasundaram. That gave me an idea to open the link in my Netscape. I got it through. I don't know what happened to my IE 6.0
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[ October 28, 2003: Message edited by: Sainudheen Mydeen ]
 
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Do I need to memorize all these tags for the SCBCD exam?
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Try to remember as many tags as possible.
 
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I think about ejb-jar.xml, All element in ejb-jar file are make sense.
 
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