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EJB Server provider vs EJB Container provider  RSS feed

 
MI Mohammed
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Pls can anyone explain the difference between the two.
 
Inesh Hettiarachchi
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hi
The EJB server provides an environment that supports the execution of applications developed using Enterprise JavaBeans´┐Ż (EJB) components. It manages and coordinates the allocation of resources to the applications. Enterprise beans typically contain the business logic for a J2EE application.

The EJB server must provide one or more EJB containers. An EJB container manages the enterprise beans contained within it. For each enterprise bean, the container is responsible for registering the object, providing a remote interface for the object, creating and destroying object instances, checking security for the object, managing the active state for the object, and coordinating distributed transactions. Optionally, the container can also manage all persistent data within the object.
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MI Mohammed
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Thanks Inesh for the clarification
 
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