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Khuram Khan
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Hi All,
I just have passed SCWCD and planning for completed j2ee technology including EJB2.0
I first downloaded J2ee tutorial from Sun Micro System and get started but it does not seem so good then now i have purchased some book
Wrox Java Server Programming J2EE Technology
Enterprise Java Beans ( O'REILLY ]
But these books defines j2ee very perfectly but no any book defines how to configur the Application server
I have download few application server which includes JBOSS and OpenEjb but cant configur them
Please any one tell me how to configur any the above app: server or other , also one thing more plz tell me that what should i study for ejb if I am already SCWCD.
Khuram Khan
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Simon Brown
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What I recommend people to do is download a copy of either the Sun J2EE SDK or JBoss. Then, using the tutorial or a good book (such as the ones you have), write yourself a simple session bean - for example, one that has a method that prints something to stdout.
Generally these two application servers are pretty much configured and ready to use "out of the box". For getting started with J2EE, I think that the Sun J2EE SDK is probably easier, simply because it has a deployment GUI that you can use to get started. Effectively, once you've built up a JAR file containing your session bean classes and the deployment descriptor (the ejb-jar.xml file), you can just use the deployment tool to open up the JAR file and deploy the bean.
Take a look at the deployment process in the Sun tutorial for more information on this process.
HTH
Simon
 
Jan Van Reusel
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I have found these workbooks useful: http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/entjbeans3/workbooks/
Jan
 
Joel Cohen
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Sams Teach Yourself J2EE in 21 Days has a pretty thorough description of using Sun's J2EE RI, including build, configuraioon and deployment.
 
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