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deploy ejb in jboss

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i am beginner with Jboss

i have three questions

1. how to connect jboss and eclipse helios,i am using jboss-6.0.0.Final

2. i have created a stateful session bean,i want to run it on eclipse helios with jboss server

3. how to manually start the server from the command line and manually deploy the EJB

i already installed "All JBoss Tools 3.2.0"

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1) Read through the Getting Started Guide at http://docs.jboss.org/tools/3.1.0.GA/en/GettingStartedGuide/html/index.html. It will help you with many basic things about Eclipse and JBoss tools.

2) I was going to point you to an EJB guide for JBoss tools, but there is none (there is one for Seam, but that is probably a little bit more than what you want right now). The following books have good chapters on EJB development with JBoss Tools:
But since you already have a EJB developed, the getting started guide (mentioned above) should help you.

3) Get the free chapter 1 for JBoss in Action (link is in my signature). That will show you how to start that app server manually and how to deploy a simple app. To deploy your EJB, copy the JAR file (containing your EJB) to the deploy directory.
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