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is EJBServer means operating system?

 
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EJBServer Provider and EJBContainer provider looking similar. is EJBSerrver means operating system? somewhere I read EJBServer provider means OS Provider or Database Provider or Middleware provider.
How come Database Provider becomes EJB Server provider?
is sun J2EE server both container provider and Server provider?

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Originally posted by yamini nadella:

EJBServer Provider and EJBContainer provider looking similar.
is EJBSerrver means operating system?is sun J2EE server both container provider and Server provider?



EJB container is the one provides the environment for the EJB(beans). It is a part of the EJB Server. So the EJB Server contains atleast one container.

Originally posted by yamini nadella:

somewhere I read EJBServer provider means OS Provider or Database Provider or Middleware provider. How come Database Provider becomes EJB Server provider?


Is this about 'providers'? Like.. Oracle provides Databases. It also came up with Oracle9iAS. Whatever you read, if it seems too wrong to be printed, read carefully again, it is probably not wrong.

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