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Working on EJB in Websphere environment

 
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Dear all,
Today i have successfully created the Advise bean using the procedure shown in Head First EJB.
Then out of curiosity, i started trying the same in Websphere environment (WSAD 4.0.6), i was able to compile the code and deloy it. During deployment it created so many other java files (i am assuming this is because of the tool).
But now i do not know how to proceed further. Has anyone tried EJB on WSAD tool?
If you have, can you please help me with this.
Thanks in advance
 
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Maybe you should try WSAD 5. I am almost sure WSAD 4.0.6 does not support EJB 2.0.
Once I have tried to create a finder method for an entity in WSAD 5, but it did not work when I was playing with parameters.
 
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