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dhana lakshmi
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I have done some programs in ejb,creating remote interface,home interface,ejb class and client program and then deployed.But i have a big doubt about deployment.What is the advantage of deployment? How it is useful in projects? What type of applications should be deployed?
Can anyone give some info about it.
 
sivakumar thyagarajan
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hai lakshmi
thank god.at last i found one EJB professional
presently i am working in java.i would like to know about
EJB .please can u send some information about EJB.
thank u
 
Thandapani Saravanan
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This is a reply to the first post.
Remember when you develope EJBs you just code the Remote and Home interfaces other than your bean. The classes for the interfaces are generated (automatically) when you deploy your application. This is one of the responsibility of the Container i know.
Hope this helps.
 
bondu vijaykumar
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Once the ejb jar is given to the ApplicationServer , the server will create the home object for the ejb and it will bound to a JNDI name. App server will refer to your Deployment Descriptors for the required information like HomeInterface name, JNDI name etc., This process is called Deployment.
[ November 17, 2005: Message edited by: bondu vijaykumar ]
 
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