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Hi all,

I am using HFEJB book. For application server the book adviced to go for J2EE 1.3. But While I have searched in goolge as well as in sun site, I have got Sun Application Server 8.1 or 1.4.. am I right. Since the book not adviced to go for 1.4, I want to know the link from which I can download 1.3(whether Sun Application Server 7.0?). IN sun site I couldn't figure out 1.3. It shows 9.1,8.1.. but not 7.0...

I have searched in google by J2EE Server 1.3, but I couldn't get any proper results.

Pls advice on it....
 
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Try this:
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/1.3/download.html
 
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Originally posted by Micheal John:
I am using HFEJB book. For application server the book adviced to go for J2EE 1.3



Hi Michael,

you better do exactly as described by HFEJB . See this thread HFEJB - compiling advice guy

Regards,
Darya
 
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