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EJB "Hello World"

 
Moon Q. Moth
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I want to construct a simple but realistic "Hello World" type environment to learn EJB programming. The problem is that most EJB books that I've seen either assume that you have available an application server like BEA or Websphere, or ignore the environment setup altogether. I have Oracle 8i + JDK. Is this enough? I'm willing to download an eval app server from BEA, for example, but don't want to go through all of that if it's not necesary. Any recommendations, or pointers to a good book or online material that covers the EJB environment setup?
 
Anonymous
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Hai freind,
it is not possible for you with the software you have.
Any way try to download the free version of bea weblogicserver
(5.1).It looks silly for such small program,but you need a server
Don't you need if your servlet is doing the same job for you,
like sending 'Helloworld',for that you may need jdk2.0/javawebserver2.0
So regarding books i feel ED Roman is good,As
for free downloads you have to go for online tutorials by sun
bye
Ramesh
 
Anonymous
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hi,
i think that there is hardly any book which talks clearly about the environment setup.. I would suggest that since your a beginner.. first start with deploying the beans that come with weblogic 5.1 server.. that will clear most of the your doubts.
Try to go through the oreily publication book on EJB..That gives detail description of the each type of bean..
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Jayakumar Thirumalai
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Hello Moon,
Since you have Oracle 8i, you can deploy EJB using deployEJB command.
You can also write a small client application to access EJB.
You may refer Oracle manuals. Oracle8i Enterprise Javabeans and CORBA developer's guide has a chapter called 'A First EJB Application'.
Jay

[This message has been edited by Jayakumar Thirumalai (edited October 09, 2000).]
 
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