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EJB Container with Eclipse IDE

 
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Hello All,

I am new to EJB development.Can anyone please tell me how to start EJB development with Eclipse.
Which EJB container must i download and install (for Free) ?
I surfed the net but was not able to find perfect answer for the same.




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Kashwini
 
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Have you tried this?
http://nullpointer.ph/questions/2726/ejb-31-project-using-eclipse-and-glassfish

Cheers!
 
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you can use eclipse plugin like jboss tools and jboss server it's enough.
eclipse menu help - instal new software or eclipse marketplace
 
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Hello,

Thanks a lot to both of you.Will surely try to proceed in the suggested direction.





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What about deployment in Eclipse?
Netbeans has a convenient method -> Deploy.
Should I use Export... in Eclipse and place the JARs in the container's autodeployment directory?
 
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