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EJB3 environment

 
Andrey Karayvansky
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Hi guys!

Maybe this is offtopic or something like this, however pardon me if it so, I am just very new in EJB.

Please provide me with complete EJB3 environment, that will be enought for coding during preparation to SCBCD5. Something like minimal preparation kit software.
 
liqiang yang
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Me too.

I just got book (EJB3 in Action). I want to setup the coding test environment
in Eclipse platform. Anyone know how to make that work? (for example, add a type of application server in Eclipse, WebSphere/WebLogic/JBoss?).

OR

I just followed the instructions of the Appendex E. But this one I need to install Apache Ant first right? I am so confusing about that.

Thanks.
 
Christophe Verré
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There's a nice tutorial here, using Eclipse, Glassfish and the Derby database.
 
Andrey Karayvansky
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Thank you, Christophe
 
Grace Yang
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Eclispse version above 3.2 should be good enough for EJB practising?

Anybody knows good tutorial site?

Thanks
 
Christophe Verré
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Anybody knows good tutorial site?

Did you check the site I have pasted above ?
 
Vivian Ye
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Can anybody verify Eclispse version?

I am also interested in good tutorial site for exercing EJB 3 in Eclispse ?

Thans a lot.
 
nitin pai
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Its better if you use NetBeans to grasp the initial concepts of EJB 3 and JPA. Using Eclipse is fine, but if you don't know how different components are required to be integrated then you would be wasting time in doing things apart from understanding the core concepts. It has happened with me. So I switched to Netbeans and learned the concepts and now I can do the same in Eclipse.
 
Vivian Ye
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Thanks nitin.

I take your advice. I've downloaded NetBean 6.0.
I am searching tutorials for creating EJB projects in NetBean 6.0.

Let me know if you know some sites provide that tutorial.

Vivain.
 
nitin pai
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Make sure you have downloaded NetBeans 6 which comes bundled with Glassfish and MySQL. It becomes very easy for developing EJB 3 and JPA apps.

For tutorials, search this site http://swik.net
It has all the tutorials tagged in it. Easy for searching.
 
Vivian Ye
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Thanks nitin!

NetBeans is easy to use!

Vivian
 
Krishna Srinivasan
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I am using NetBeans 6.1. Its very easy write EJB 3.0 applications.
 
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