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Does Resin really support EJB ? Look inside,have content

 
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Yes. Resin "Enterprise Edition" does support EJB, although apparently in a slightly non-standard way. I found it easy enough to get something working based on reading standard EJB books and the Resin docs, but Resin is the only EJB implementation I have used.
Why not download it and have a try yourself?
[ January 10, 2004: Message edited by: Frank Carver ]
 
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Thank for your answer,I can now run my stateless session bean in Resin 3.0.4
EE.
But I found the interface must be local,I can not use remote interface.
According to resin doc,if you want use remote interface,you must use hessian or burlap service.
I try and try,but failed to let resin run my stateless bean which has remote interface.
Do you have any experience with that and would like share your experience with me ?
here is the updated comments: http://www.caucho.com/quercus/faq/question.xtp?question_id=1839
Best Regard!

[ January 12, 2004: Message edited by: Yajun Zhan ]
 
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Do you have any experience with that and would like share your experience with me ?
Sorry, I have only used local beans.
 
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Thank you anyway ,Frank Carver
 
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