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Need help with EJB 2.x

 
Naresh Chaurasia
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I am working on a project in my new company. It makes use of EJB 2.x session beans. Can some one guide me to a simple tutorial that will help me understand the different kind of interface(home & remote) and code involved to write a simple session ejb and also how to deploy it.

I dont need indepth details since in our next release we are going to sunset the ejb2.x and start using hibernate. Meanwhile we need to support the older version of code which is using ejb 2.x. Any help will be appreciated.
 
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I dont need indepth details since in our next release we are going to sunset the ejb2.x and start using hibernate

Not sure I understand this - Hibernate and Session Beans do entirely different things. Are you talking about Entity Beans?

The old J2EE tutorial covers this.
 
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Hi ,

Look at this tutorial http://www.roseindia.net/javabeans/sessionbeantutorial.shtml . And i would suggest you to use
Eclipse IDE for developing this as its easy .

Be free to post questions if you face any of them while developing it .
 
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Yes thats what i meant....Thanks.
 
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Thanks folks. I just got hold of Head First EJB. I am finding it quite interesting and easy to learn. I have read couple of other book from Head First series. It is always a pleasure and fun to read these book.
 
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When in doubt, it's better to look elsewhere than roseindia - it's a site full of erroneous code and bad practices.
 
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