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whats the way to create an ejb using eclipse.
when iam saying create new ejb project,it is creating an ejb project.
but when i write an interface which extends from SessionBean it is not showing sessionbean interface in javax.ejb.
it seems there are no classes in javax.ejb jar.

what to do....
 
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It sounds like you might have the jar for EJB 3. Can you check if it can find a class called "Remote" ?

It is used as
@Remote
public interface MyInterface {
}
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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