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Which vendors support EJB3?

 
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Which application servers are currently supporting EJB3? And which ones are going to support it in the near future?

I have been using now JBoss as my application server when learning this EJB3, but what about application servers that are used more in production environments like IBM WebSphere and BEA Weblogic?
 
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For now :
IBM has technology preview of EJB 3 support as an extension to its websphere 6.x i think .
BEA has a technology preview of EJB 3 support in weblogic 9.2 .
Oracle has full support of EJB 3 in Oracle application server 10.1.3.1.0
Jonas has preview of EJB 3 support
Glassfish is full Java EE 5 application server.
and the list continue.
all application servers that have a preview will have ejb 3 support(imho).
 
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