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Hi,

I have to make ejb using eclipse, sun app server and pointbase. I downloaded webtools for making ejb's in eclipse and glassfish for connecting eclipse to sun app server. Now when I goto File->New -> EJB, I just have ejb project, XDoclet Enterprise Java Bean.

Previously I had an option of creating an enterprise java bean but it seems to be missing now. Can somebody help me out pls.

Tx Praveen.
 
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I believe you want the EJB or IDE forum for this question. It doesn't sound like it is related to WebSphere. WSAD/RAD allow you to create Enterprise java beans, eclipse does not without extra plugins.
 
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This actually was posted in IDEs. Please continue discussion there.
 
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