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How to write and deploy a complete EJB Application

 
Muhammad Umair Sheikh
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Hello Everybody,


I have a problem with writing first Enterprise Java Bean program.
I have got all theoritical concepts but I am unable to deploy atleast the first program.
Will you people tell me the name of some e-books which really help me out. I want to deploy the application with sun J2EE application server or any other open source application server.

Please refer me the books which in which all the steps should be given.
 
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Muhammad,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

What application server do you want to use? There are numerous tutorials for JBoss and the official tutorial is very detailed if you are using Sun's server.
 
Muhammad Umair Sheikh
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Brother


I am using Sun J2EE Application Server and I am also working with IBM websphere.

I need an e-book which step by step help me out to run a single EJB application so that I may continue to gain the other concepts of EJB while practicing them on the machine.

So please help me out.
 
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Muhammad,

I don't know of any ebooks, but the Eclipse web site has tons of tutorials for all kinds of things related to Java and J2EE.

http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/community/tutorials/ejbtutorial/buildingejbs.html

This tutorial will get you started with a basic application containing an EJB project and web application and show you how to run it on JBoss. Granted this is not the only way to create and deploy an EJB application, but it will give you an idea of how one is built.

You can also search IBM's site for Redbooks pertaining to J2EE development in WebSphere. Here is one that I found that might interest you:

http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/Redbooks.nsf/RedbookAbstracts/sg247297.html?OpenDocument

I don't know what development environment you are using but I've found that Eclipse does everything I need. I also use WSAD through my work for Websphere development.
 
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