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how i develop simple ejb

 
vivek_potdar
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hi,
i am new ejb learner.
please tell me what will be the requirement, settings, & how i develope a simple "hello world" EJB
 
Matt Midcap
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"vivek_potdar",
Check this link out: http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/index.html It should be very helpful
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sunil seth
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hi ,vivek_potdar
this is sunil from patiala,india
why people are searching for the things when it is with them.
i mean to say that every thing is given in the doc folder of any software . Have you ever seen the jdk doc i think its lots better than any other book .| |y java web server 2.0 's doc for servlets
know i think you understand
after installing click j2sdkee1.2.1\doc
you fin your answer.
captain_sonil@yahoo.com
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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well sunil, if all of us could understand everything in the
docs, then the world would be much more easy to live.
and i would be working for worldpeace.com....
not all of us are made the same.
- satya
 
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