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Writing an EJB3 container for Tomcat

 
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Hi all,
I need some help with writing a container for EJB3 that will enable me to deploy my EJB application on Tomcat.
The one I am using right now is designed for EJB2.
Any useful links/suggestions to start on this will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance!
 
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Take a look at OpenEJB http://openejb.apache.org/
 
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Hi,
I need some guidance to write an ejb container only for stateless session bean in order to use it with tomcat. If you could provide any links to internals of EJB3 container (something other than the spec) or reference implementaion of the container, it would be really helpful.

Thanks!
 
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Are you sure you want to implement a EJB "container"? If so, why? Why not use the existing project which does this? Implementing an EJB container isn't straight forward.
 
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Jaikiran Pai wrote:Implementing an EJB container isn't straight forward.


A masterful understatement
 
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