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How to create Ejb CMP with WSAD,?  RSS feed

 
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Is there anyone have some articals about WSAD to create EJB?

Thanks.
 
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Try creating an EJB project in WSAD, then trying to deploy it

Right click on a project and
New-->Other-->EJB
then
Enterprise Bean-->Next then follow the wizard!

if you're looing for specific EJB sources, there are loads: try the usual suspects (Sun, IBM etc). Myself, I've never really read a satisfactory J2EE book, so I've picked up bits and pieces here and there.

Hope this helps
 
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thx.But i have problem in binding datasource.I can't find EJB Extension Editor to binding datasource as the tutorial said that button is under generate deploy code.I use WSAD WebSphere Studio Application Developer (Windows) Version: 5.1.2.

So my problem is that i couldn't binding datasource.
 
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Haven't used the utility myself, but if you open the 'J2EE Perspective', then right click on your enterprise bean project (note: the project MUST be an EJB Project), a list of options appears:

Click the 'Generate' option, and two further options appear:
I think you want the lower one, labelled 'EJB to RDB Mapping'.

Hope this helps!
 
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In the Data perspective, right click in the "DB servers" window. Choose new connection. Fill in with correct data (db name, ip address, etc).
 
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