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calling entity beans from servlets and session beans??

 
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Hi all,
i am novice to ejb's..i installed weblogic 6.1 and able to run ejbs, i would like to know how to run servlets and jsp's from weblogic.
can anyone please provide me a link showing good
example for calling entity beans from sessionbeans..
thx in advance
sampada
 
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i have seen how to run a servlet in weblogic7.0 and it is something like this.
first create a domain using the wizard provided by weblogic7.0.
after creation of a domain u will find a folder by the domain name under /root/user_projects/domainname.
under that domain root u will find a folder by name default_application under that we should should copy .html files and create a folder as (classses) and copy servlet classes to that folder.and under web.xml give the url for locating the servlet.
 
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Hi Mr.Ajay,
thx for the reply..i ll try it out and let u know..
 
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