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Which App Server to use

 
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Folks,

I am preparing for SCBCD. I have an doubt. For running EJB examples/samples
which App Server is best. One of the most famous App Server is Web Logic.
Can any one tell me Which Version of Web Logic supports EJB 2.0 (not EJB 2.1)
 
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WebLogic version 7 supports EJB 2.0. WebLogic 6.1 documentation mentions that it supports a preliminary EJB 2.0 specification ... but I think you would be better off using version 7.
 
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Dear David,
Thanks for the info. I will use Web Logic 7.
 
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