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Hi All,
As i am new in EJB and WSAD tool . Can any one please help to make a simple EJB project which contains a simple session bean and how a client remote access this session bean.

If anyone guide on any article that help how to write and test EJB under the WSAD

Thanks in advance

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Maneesh,
Have you seen the EJB 2.0 Development with WebSphere Studio Application Developer redbook? It contains tons of information on how to use WSAD with EJBs.

What kind of client are you trying to access the EJB through? Common choices are:
- Universal test client - this is a built in client to see if your EJB works
- Servlet
- Application client
 
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Maneesh...I spent days working on a site JUST FOR YOU.

Okay, it was for anyone using IRAD or WSAD, but it's the same idea.

At www.mcnz.com, I have a number of tutorials that demonstrate how to create J2EE projects, Struts projects, SLSBs, SFSBs, entity beans, and even message driven beans for deployment to WebSphere.

Free Multimedia Tutorials on WebSphere, WSAD, IRAD, Portal, J2EE and Java

Some tutorials are on WSAD, others are on IRAD. However, the IRAD tutorials and wizards are almost identical to those in WSAD, so don't let the rebranding scare you.

The tutorials a full Flash, multimedia tutorials that you can pause, fast forward, and most importantly, as my girlfriends tell me, mute. There's also downloadable source code.

Check them out, and let me knwo what you think.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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