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Hi there,
Is SQL Server 7.0 is ok while working wih EJB ?. I think as far as Container-managed persistence is concerned SQL 7.0 may do. Is SQL server 7.0 a object oriented database ?. And if it is not then please tell me which RDBMS will be more better to install ?. I myself is compatable with SQL server.
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Hi,
Any RDBMS is sufficient to cater a CMP entity bean. Infact, the bean is not getting stored and retrieved, our Entity bean just encapsulates the data available in the data store (here the tables) and we can access the members of this bean as if we are accessing the columns in the tables.
The container will automatically load from the database if the data is changed, also it writes the data in the bean into the database when there is an updation in the values.
So, SQL server 7.0 is sufficient for CMP.
Hope this clarifies
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Hi arya,
I thank you arya for your response. Could you also tell me I have Win 95 and 64 MB RAM currently. Now, I want to implement EJB on my PC can I install weblogic server on my PC with Win95 if not then please tell the configuration on which I can install. I am in great urgency to learn EJB. PLEASE HELP ....
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Hi Gurpreet,
I fear whether, it will be okay with your configuration. since now normally windows require 128 MB minimum, 64 MB is okay for any desktop operations. Also I am not sure that Win95 can be used as a server. We have used mainly Win NT 4.0, and Win2k.
I recommend you to upgrade your system and upgrade to win2k professional and min 128 MB / 256 MB recommended. Just go through the minimum system requirements of the weblogic server.
 
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