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Advice Bean in Sun Application Server 9.0

 
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Can someone tell me how to deploy advice bean of Head First EJB in Sun Application Server 9.0?
 
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It's recommended that you use Sun Java System Application Server 8.2 for that because the examples in Head First EJB are for EJB 2.x and not EJB 3.0.

If you use Sun Java System Application Server 8.2, you hava few options:
- Use deploytool
- Use the admin page and deploy the EJB JAR
- Use ant script
- Use NetBeans

In Sun Java System Application Server 9 (GlassFish), the deploytool doesn't exist anymore. So, you only have these options:
- Use the admin page and deploy the EJB JAR
- Use ant script
- Use NetBeans
 
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I recommend netbeans,just a few clicks to set up and deploy your bean.
 
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