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For starting with EJB 3.1 I would need a EJB container.


I want to know what all I will need in order to run a EJB 3.1 program like the IDE,the container and also if possible please share the links from which these can be downloaded to test EJB 3.1 programs.

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Ankur Garg

 
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Howdy, Ankur.

1. Please, UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine.
2. An EJB 3.1 container is an application server that supports EJB 3.1. You can go for JBoss 7.
3. How about this example?
 
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Ankur Gargg wrote:For starting with EJB 3.1 I would need a EJB container.


I want to know what all I will need in order to run a EJB 3.1 program like the IDE,the container and also if possible please share the links from which these can be downloaded to test EJB 3.1 programs.

Regards
Ankur Garg


IMHO, the quickest way to get started would be:

1. Download and install Netbeans 7.1. It includes Java DB and Glassfish server which is specification compliant. There is no configuration required. Everything works right out of the box.

2. If you are going to work with JPA as well, you may download the JPA Toy application. It is a straight forward Netbeans project and you can learn quite a bit just by going through the code.

HTH,
Paul.
 
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HI Roberto

Thanks.

I am using Eclipse Helios with Glassfish server Open Source edition 3 which is JEE Compliant.

meanwhile I am sorry for the subject line used.

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Ankur Garg
 
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Hi Paul

Thanks mate.

Best wishes
Ankur Garg
 
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