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How to work with EJB3.0  RSS feed

 
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Hi
Recently I have started reading EJB3.0. I am interested in doing some small coding examples where I can test my understanding. Could anybody please guide me abt what softwares do I need to install and how to set it up.

FYI I have pretty old system P3-1GHz-256 MB RAM-Windows XP 2001.

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OK, I work for this company, but I would have made the same suggestion, regardless.

Get JBoss with EJB3, it is free and easy to use.

There are also EB3 tutorials on their website. www.jboss.org

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