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Which application server is best for practice?

 
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I have access to WebLogic. But is it that simple to write an ejb and deploy using WebLogic? Or is there any server people generally use for practicing EJBs?
 
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Hi,
JBoss is very easy to use. It supports
  • hot-deployment
  • automatic table creation of your CMPs
  • jmx-console where you can browse your jndi, queue definitions and database tables


  • - Besides all this, you can get along way without bothering about the server-specific xml file (thus enabling you to focus your studies on ejb-jar.xml).
    Good Luck!
    [ November 11, 2003: Message edited by: Nicky Moelholm ]
     
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    Why not use a full blown server like WebLogic/WebSphere. I am sure in real life you will encounter one of these two beasts so even if its a bit of one time pain its worth getting used to high end server.
    WebLogic is very easy to configure, supplies hot deployment facility and comes free of chagre with 1 year license.
    My 2 cents.
     
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