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EJB 2.0 with application server software ATG Dynamo  RSS feed

 
Sachin Raju
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In my current project, I have to use EJB 2.0 with application server software ATG Dynamo. And the "ORM tool", it is proprietary to application server. I have started studying the "Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans second edition". Please suggest me about the EJB learning thing.
 
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Is this a different question from your earlier one?

Why do you have to use ATG's ORM tool? DOes the project already include Entity Beans? If not, I wouldn't start using them.
 
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I dont know much technically about the project. Manager has told us about this. I am attaching a sample xml file provided to me.


 
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That looks completely Application Server specific - nothing to do with EJBs. I'd read the documentation.
 
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How to download weblogic server 6.1. It is not available anywhere in the internet.
 
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Indeed no, and its not been available for public download for years. In order to work on it you will need an active support agreement with Oracle (if it is still supported) through which you can ask them for the media. If its not supported Oracle may still be able to give you an unsupported version.
 
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