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Greetings,
I'm a little confused about the roles in an enterprise environment: Deployer, Application Assembler, etc...
Can you give me a resume about these roles and what they take care of ?

Thanks a lot in advances
 
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Out of the different roles 2 are manual, 2 are automated.

1. Bean Provider - You who are going to code the bean
2. Application Assembler - One who makes the resources like JDBC, JMS, referenced EJB's available
3. Deployer - Tools that validate EJB's and their reference while deploying o the server
4. Container - Runtime environment of the EJB. Example is the server itself.

Learn it in this way, you would remember them.
 
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