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Hi all,
I've just passed the SCJP and SCWCD exams.
Now, I'm turning my attentions to SCBCD.
After reviewing the current state of the Java development market,
I feel this is in my best interests. To be honest, I feel as if most organisations place ads for skill sets containing the latest technologies and don't use them, bunch of (I just wanted to try that!).
Being new to EJB, I have no clue what application server to use.
My requirements are for a free app. server running on the Win98 platform.
I believe that Tomcat is just a Web application server, and not a
EJB container.
Any suggestions would be appreciated,
Thanks
 
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Well that sucks! I can't delete a topic I create!
I just wanted to remove a typo, to stop me looking like a
idiot , now I really look like one, fubar!
 
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Head First EJB for learning EJB & JBoss as free application server.
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Originally posted by Gavin1066:
Well that sucks! I can't delete a topic I create!
I just wanted to remove a typo, to stop me looking like a
idiot , now I really look like one, fubar!


Gavin1066,
Welcome to JavaRanch!
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Note that you can in fact edit and delete your own posts. Just click on the icon that looks like a piece of paper, which is above each post listing.
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