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Running first EJB!

 
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Hi,
This is the first time i'll be runnin an EJB........... i need some how tos about that........... I have read the theory.............. but haven't touched anything at the implementation side.............. if anybody know a link which has the complete and easy tutorial for runnin a simple ejb.......... then it would be great.......... hope for an early reply...............
Thankx in advance
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Hi, I think you should start reading the j2ee tutorial from sun its a greate step by step tutorial you can find it in a pdf format to print at:
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/doc/J2eeTutorial.pdf
there you find all the information you need to download and install an j2ee server and how to deploy ejbs jsps and servlets,
have fun.
 
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Thankx for the link Marc.........
 
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