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jyothi sundarbalaji
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What is the exact relationship between java beans and
enterprise java beans.How exactly is ejb useful in the
real world.
 
Johannes de Jong
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This is not an appropriate post for the "Cattle Drive (java college)" forum, so I've moved it to "J2EE and EJB"
Good luck
 
Raja Shekhar
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Hi jyothi sundarbalaji
Beans Casnnot be deployed
But... Enterprise Java Beans Can Be deployed in
App. Server...
Hope u GOT IT...
Chhers
Raj
 
Suneel Setlur
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Hi
Try this
link.
Suneel
[This message has been edited by Suneel Setlur (edited May 18, 2001).]
 
Peter Gragert
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Java Beans are used in visual IDE's, are classes with some extra rules such that they are 'realized' as BEAN.
Enterprise beans are (three classes) working together on a server, which have to be 'deployed' to the server. The server
serves a client which can use the 'enterprise logic built into the "Enterprise bean". More or less a sort of 'library' or better Objects usable via the internet.
 
Venkataramu Pendiyala
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In the case of normal java bean, whenever object is called new instance of the bean is created.
Where as in the case of ejb's , ejb container maintains pool of instances.
 
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