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EJB 3 in Action Question

 
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Hi Debu Panda, Reza Rahman, Ryan Cuprak,and Michael Remijan !

I have considered developing my own Java package that can integrate to different Application Servers on different operating systems, such as Java , . Net and also as far as z-OS.
I had imagined that it would be by combining traditional EJB 3.0 technology with the Spring framework.

I hope you have some good advice for me?
 
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You can easily do this with just EJB3 and the other technologies outlined in the book such as JAX-RS, JMS and CDI.
 
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