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CMP Entity Bean on JBoss server

 
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I am trying to develop a sample CMP amd CMR entity bean 2.1 with JBoss and any IDE (MyEclispe or JBoss Eclipse IDE). Is there any links/resource available for step by step procedures for it. I have searched in google and got many resoucres for Session beans and even for CMP entity bean for other application server like weblogic. Since some of the configuration xml files are vendor specific and I don't know how to do it for JBoss. Any links/material will be very useful for me. thanks in advance.
 
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The book JBoss At Work goes through a complete example of setting on EJBs, including entity beans, and all of the necessary JBoss AS configuration. While the book is specific to 4.0.2, the techniques should be valid in 4.0.x, 4.2.x and possibly even 5.0.

Also, the 4.0.4 Getting Started Guide might provide some insight.
 
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