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sean menezes
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hi
i have been working on JSP ,java beans.I am currently working on EJB on weblogic.I am a bit confused on few issues
1>what is j2ee ?
2>advantage of EJB over beans
3>what is enterprise ?
4>i am new to my current project technology and would like to have a few urls where i can learn EJB
sean menezes
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le taylom
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1) J2EE; is the Java 2 Enterprise Edition, the platform from sun that includes all of the enterprise technologies (ejb, jsp, servlets...);
2) EJB's are container managed (i.e. built in functionality provided by your ejb software) modules and are specifically for use in distributed applications. They are different to beans for that reason, as beans are just to be used on one machine, say, whereas the ejb's are made to have parts distributed over sevreral machines.
3) think enterprise, think scalabilty.
4) try the javasoft site, good ejb tutorials.
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