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kindly break down the steps involved in the building of ejb.i have been trying to run some codes but keep getting confused.i will love a good sample code that can serve as a guide towards developing my own application.
 
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Head First EJB book is what you need..
 
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As much as I like the Head First book, it is for an old version of EJB and unlikely to be much help in the detailed deployment steps.

Belushi: What server are you using? You'll want the steps for your server so this information is helpful to those giving you a link/book.
 
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i use the jboss server.please give me a complete reference
 
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A quick google search for jboss create ejb found:
Using Netbeans,Using JDeveloper and Using Eclipse as the first three hits.
[ December 25, 2008: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]
 
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