If you have't done it before, the easiest way to get started is with a simple 'hello world' session bean. That way you don't have to muck around with stuff like setting up data sources.
If you've ever created a session bean before (e.g. for JBoss), then just do what you normally do, but you'll also need a weblogic-ejb-jar.xml file in the META-INF directory of your ejb-jar so you can specify the JNDI binding. Then just use the administration console to deploy the ejb-jar or ear (depending on how you chose to assemble your code).
Reid - SCJP2 (April 2002)
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