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How to configure J2EE

 
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Hi. I need your help bad. =(
I am new to J2EE and downloaded and installed (J2EE SDK 1.4_02-2005Q2 UR2 FCS) from Sun. I previously had J2SE 1.4.2 but I want to install J2EE to start learning about session beans, etc.

I searched through this forum but I can't figure out how to configure this to work correctly.
These might be a very dumb and basic questions, but I would appreciate if someone would have the patience to answer the following questions.

1. After installing I tried compiling the following code. (import javax.ejb.* But it gives error (package javax.ejb does not exist)
How do I set everything up to make above code compile? (detailed example of setting up the classpath, ect) >.<

2. I have been using orion server to run my personal website on my own computer and want to configure orion to work with J2EE. How can I do this?

Thanks so much in advance.
 
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Joseph,
Are you running with an IDE or at the command line?

A sample classpath is:
javac -cp ".;j2ee.jar" *.java

There is a forum further down on Orion. They would be able to answer question #2 down there so feel free to start a new topic in the Orion forum.
 
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