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J2EE/EJB projects in WSAD

 
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Hello everyone

I am a developer, I used to create and develop standalone web applications but now I am currently learning creating J2EE projects and migrating some of my previously developed standalone web applications as j2ee projects. I already have tried creating projects using SunApp server and it's deployment tool...right now, I want to do the same except that I want to create these j2ee projects in WSAD. The instructions in the help section of WSAD are quite confusing and I think I am lost and I don't know where I should begin. So anyone here know any step by step tutorial in creating/deploying your j2ee/EJB projects using wsad. By the way....I am just a newbie in WSAD...I've only been using it for 2 weeks now.
 
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personnally i've use the IBM redbook
http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246819.html

The major problem is that it's quite big but it describe action by action.
 
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try http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246957.html.
it will take about 8 hrs to complete the java project. JSP and ejb, But you will get preeety much idea of J2ee project.
Its an excellant resource to see all(most) that goes in J2EE project. you may even see Struts.
 
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Hi.
I am new to java and i having problems with java web server 2.0
when i start the java web server2.0 through command prompt it gives the following error:
D:\JavaWebServer2.0\bin>httpd
Program D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\jre\bin\jre.exe exited with code -1073741819
D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\bin\jserv.exe
D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\bin\jserv.exe
jserv: Shutting down the server
Program D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\jre\bin\jre.exe exited with code -1073741819
D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\bin\jserv.exe
D:\JAVAWE~1.0\bin\..\bin\jserv.exe
can you help me on this..
i will be greatful to you
 
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