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Please help me with setting up development environment for EJB3

 
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Hi All,

i am very much confused.

I am new to EJB's.

I do not know , where to start and how to start.

I bought ejb3 in action book and completed 3 chapters.

Now i am planning to do some hands on ,

but i do not know how to start.

Please people tell me how can i start?

how can i setup development and deplyment environment?

which application server and IDE is better?

Thanks in advance

Bhaskar
 
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Please use meaningful subject line. Also, please do not use "urgent" or similar terms in forums which are driven by volunteers. Such topics usually get ignored in forums where people volunteer to help.

Now coming to your question - You first have to select a application server which you want to use for learning EJB3. Do you have any specific server in mind? Once you know which server to use, you will find tutorials/documentation available to deploy EJB3 applications.
 
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bhaskaritp naidu wrote:

which application server



There's Glassfish and JBoss which are commonly used. You'll have to decide which one you would want to use.
 
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thanks jaikiran for your reply.

is Jboss is freely available?

if it is not available , i will go with glassfish.

Please guide me.

Thanks
Bhaskar
 
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Both JBoss AS and Glassfish are freely available.
 
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thanks jaikiran

i will go with jboss.

Please tell setup of application server and tell me which IDE is usefull(freely available) and how to setup?


1000 times Thanks for you.

i am very interested to run one ejb as soon as possible.

Thanks
Bhaskar


 
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Please anyone reply to me...
 
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bhaskaritp naidu wrote:
Please tell setup of application server



Bhaskar,

I gave you the names of the application servers so that you could google and get more documentation from their sites. Each server has its own set of documentation including tutorials for deploying and developing applications. Here's the starting point for JBoss AS. You find the documentation and download links there.

i am very interested to run one ejb as soon as possible.



The EJB3 tutorials for JBoss are here.

I haven't tried out Glassfish so i don't have much information about that server. But if i wanted more information and documentation around Glassfish, i would just google for it. I suggest, you too do the same. If you have any specific questions then we sure will help.

 
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