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Hi,
Do i neeed J2EE/Weblogic to deploy my EJB's or i can do with Tomcat.

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Hi taash,
Yes, you need J2EE-RI(Reference Implementation) or Weblogic to depoy your EJBs.
Tomcat itself is just a web container, i.e. servlets/JSP container. The open source application server JBoss can fulfill this task, and it works well along with Tomcat.
[ May 08, 2002: Message edited by: Doug Wang ]
 
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Thanks Doug for clearing the confusion. SO this means if i have to run Servlets,Jsp and Ejbs i will need two servers i.e one container like Tomcat and the other Web Server for deploying my beans?
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Usually the commercial servers like WebLogic or Websphere already came with both containers.

Originally posted by taash mg:
Thanks Doug for clearing the confusion. SO this means if i have to run Servlets,Jsp and Ejbs i will need two servers i.e one container like Tomcat and the other Web Server for deploying my beans?
Thanks
Taash
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Hey thanks both of u
I will get started right away....

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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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