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Can someone please point me to the right place where I can find details about what each tag in
ejb-jar.xml file means.
Thanks!
 
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Take a look at the DTD here, or get a good reference book like Enterprise JavaBeans (3rd Edition).
 
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Thanks Chris!
The link of the DTD is not working can you please resend it?
 
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You can download the ejb spec from
http://java.sun.com/products/ejb/docs.html
 
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