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EJB and JRUN

Vishakha Ahuja
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Joined: Sep 13, 2000
Posts: 191
Hi,
I've installed JRUN on my home PC (Windows 98).
JRun supports EJB. I want to try out EJB examples in JRun.
Can anyone tell me how do I do that ? Has anyone tried it in
JRun with success ?
Sowmya Vinay
Greenhorn

Joined: Feb 01, 2001
Posts: 24
Originally posted by Vishakha Ahuja:
Hi,
I've installed JRUN on my home PC (Windows 98).
JRun supports EJB. I want to try out EJB examples in JRun.
Can anyone tell me how do I do that ? Has anyone tried it in
JRun with success ?

What version of JRun are you using? Only JRun 3.0 supports EJBs. We used JRun 3.0 (Enterprise Edition) in our company and the process of making EJBS run on JRun was quite painful and difficult. Nevertheless, after scratching our heads, we could finally deploy and use EJBs. Please refer to the documentation that comes along with it. If you are unsuccessful, I can mail you a document of steps that we undertook to deploy EJBs(Right now, I don't have it). Good Luck !! (Trust me. You need this a lot).
Sowmya Vinay
Greenhorn

Joined: Feb 01, 2001
Posts: 24
What version of JRun are you using? Only JRun 3.0 supports EJBs. We used JRun 3.0 (Enterprise Edition) in our company and the process of making EJBS run on JRun was quite painful and difficult. Nevertheless, after scratching our heads, we could finally deploy and use EJBs. Please refer to the documentation that comes along with it. If you are unsuccessful, I can mail you a document of steps that we undertook to deploy EJBs(Right now, I don't have it). Good Luck !! (Trust me. You need this a lot).
 
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