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Need help in practicing EJB3.0

 
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I just bought the voucher for the EJB3.0 exam. And i have with me
mastering ejb and oreilly ejb3.0 books. Now what i want to here from you is which server can i use to practise.Have heard that jboss4 doesnt provide full ejb3 support.Can i use that or jboss5.0 beta.

I would like to know from the fellows who are paeparing for the exam and ones who had already passed it.

How long does it actually takes to prepare the exam.
[ April 03, 2007: Message edited by: Senthil Kumar SS ]
 
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I've not passed it but I think people were using Glassfish.
https://glassfish.dev.java.net/
Don't your book tell about it ?
 
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Thanks mate.Infact i havent yet started reading the book.How is glsssfish. I havent used it ealier.But how about jboss?.
 
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Originally posted by Senthil Kumar SS:
Thanks mate.Infact i havent yet started reading the book.How is glsssfish. I havent used it ealier.But how about jboss?.



JBoss is Ok too:

http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/apa.html
http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/apb.html
http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/apc.html
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and so on

thnks,
MZ
 
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I've got very good experience working on weblogic application server.

If you can pls. download it & try it yourself. Quiet user friendly & lots of help.

Regards,
Shrenik Sakriya
 
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Sakriya,
I am talking about ejb3.0. which version of weblogic supports ejb3.0(all features)?. Are you infact using ejb3.0 in your projects or any body else for that matter.
 
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you can use... JBoss 4.04 for using ejb 3.0 i have succesffluly implemented live project on 3.0 along with jsf..

go for jboss 4.04


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amit
 
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