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problem in developing simple ejb app

 
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Hi readers,

i am new to ejb technology, so have doubt in developing and deploying a simple ejb application :roll:

i am using EJB 2.0, JBOSS 4.0 , eclipse 3.2 and java 1.5

i searched in the net , got through many materials that can guide to develop one of it.

all are using higher versions of the above, i mean, using ejb 3.0 or using xdoclet etc.

i am need of material which guides me to develop and deploy the ejb application using the same versions of softwares step by step.

please help me in this
 
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well if you are new to EJB technology let me give you my humble advice.
Forget about EJB 2.0. It was a technology which made so complex to write enterprise applications. As a result new light POJO framework came up and gained so much popularity that in the EJB 3.0 specification they adopted lots of those concepts to simplify EJB development.
Learn fresh EJB 3.0. If you want to give it a try in the link below there's a simple tutorial about them.
Regards
Francesco
http://www.mastertheboss.com
 
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I also found OReillys Enterprise Javabeans 3.0 (5th Edition) by Burke and Monson-Haefel to be brilliant. It comes with a workbook for Jboss so you can go through the examples.
 
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But if you are bound and determined to use EJB 2.x, then the book JBoss At Work goes through a complete example.
 
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Thanks for your suggestions.
 
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