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sailaja parepalli
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Hello,
Can anybody please help me find the ejb20.jar? I couldn't find it in Weblogic products download page or in google.com even..
 
Chris Mathews
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Originally posted by sailaja par:
Hello,
Can anybody please help me find the ejb20.jar? I couldn't find it in Weblogic products download page or in google.com even..

For what purpose? All of the necessary EJB interfaces are bundled in the weblogic.jar located in the lib directory of your WEBLOGIC_HOME.
Or are you looking for another purpose?
 
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Hi,
I have with me.Give me your email id i will mail you.It's only 3KB.
ejb20.jar is required if you are using weblogic6.1 which does not support EJB2.0 and you want to use EJB2.0 specfication in weblogic6.1,for that purpose we need ejb20.jar.
Weblogic7.0 supports EJB2.0,so in weblogic7.0 everything is buddled in weblogic.jar.
I hope abv is clear ..
Cheers...
 
Chris Mathews
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Originally posted by james edwin:
ejb20.jar is required if you are using weblogic6.1 which does not support EJB2.0 and you want to use EJB2.0 specfication in weblogic6.1,for that purpose we need ejb20.jar.

WebLogic 6.1 supports EJB 2.0 "out of the box": WebLogic 6.1 Standards Support.
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james edwin
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Hi Chris,
I think when Weblogic 6.1 was released with SP 1 or 2,then EJB2.0 was very new in market,and to support these new specification from Sun i.e EJB2.0,they provided extra Jar/ZIP file called ejb20.jar.
Now Weblogic6.1 with SP4 is avaiable,so may be it's not required now.
Cheers,
James
 
Chris Mathews
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Originally posted by james edwin:
I think when Weblogic 6.1 was released with SP 1 or 2,then EJB2.0 was very new in market,and to support these new specification from Sun i.e EJB2.0,they provided extra Jar/ZIP file called ejb20.jar.

I have been using 6.1 since it was first released and the EJB 2.0 interfaces have always been packaged with the weblogic.jar.
 
james edwin
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Hi chris,
Below is from ejb.pdf(documentation from weblogic site http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs61/pdf/ejb.pdf
chapter 1 and first Paragraph )
Quote "
WebLogic Server 6.1 is compliant with the Sun J2EE specification and EJB 1.1 specification. It also includes an implementation of the preliminary EJB 2.0 specification. Except where descriptions of EJB features and behaviors
make specific mention of EJB 1.1 or EJB 2.0, all information in this guide relates to both implementation. You can deploy existing EJB 1.1 beans in this version of WebLogic Server. However, if you are developing new beans, we
recommend that you develop EJB 2.0 beans.
"UNQUOTE
I hope above make all clear.
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