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Pankaj Wakchaure
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Hello friends,
Can anybody tell me where I could find a small java web project which is developed using servlets, jsp, ejb, mysql & javascript and deployed on tomcat web server explaining how it works. Also can anybody suggest me the names of the book in which some java projects are illustrated or any website where I will get the projects.

Thanks and Regards,
Pankaj.
 
Ryan Waggoner
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Depending on what kind of experience you are looking for I can help you out.
I just finished a small web project in school. If interested I have documentation (high & low level, requirements) that I can send to you if you are interested. This wasn't a project we found somewhere, just something that we came up with to do. Let me know if you are interested.
 
jone wiilum
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i want your projects
can you send it on my mail id jone.austin@gmail.com
 
Ryan Waggoner
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Manuel Leiria
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Originally posted by Pankaj Wakchaure:
Hello friends,
Can anybody tell me where I could find a small java web project which is developed using servlets, jsp, ejb, mysql & javascript and deployed on tomcat web server explaining how it works. Also can anybody suggest me the names of the book in which some java projects are illustrated or any website where I will get the projects.

Thanks and Regards,
Pankaj.


Tomcat doesn't support ejb!
What's your level of expertise in this technologies. I just ask you this because I think you're asking to much for a begginer.

Manuel Leiria
 
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