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where to start from ?

Raghav Mathur
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Joined: Jan 12, 2001
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Hi
I,am new to this section . I know nothing about EJB's . If somebody could guide
me through EJB's . If somebody could suggest a project so that i can start with it
right away.
regards
raghav mathur


Raghav.
Dave Vick
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Raghav
Check out the EJB tutorial at Sun.
There is also an intro to EJB to.
[ May 08, 2002: Message edited by: Dave Vick ]

Dave
Marcos Maia
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My suggestion is that you should download some commercial app server like WebLogic and install it with samples than you can learn from that, you should also buy a good book as EJB 3� edition O�reilly, from Richard Monson Haefel and read it.
Greg Brouelette
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Certainly do the EJB tutorial from Sun. I would then suggest the O'Reilly EJB book.
You will need a good J2EE application server. I would suggest Orion http://www.orionserver.com/ because it's free for developers. You need to pay for it if you use it in a production environment though. Still, it's way cheaper than WebLogic or WebSphere.
But start with the tutorial adn the O'Reilly book. That will certainly bring you up to speed the fastest and easiest.


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Raghav Mathur
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Thanks a ton .
would i also need j2sdkee for the purpose besides an application server ?
regards
raghav mathur
Pradeep bhatt
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U can either u JS2SDKEE or some other application server like Weblogic,Websphere,JBoss or iPlanet.
Originally posted by raghav mathur:
Thanks a ton .
would i also need j2sdkee for the purpose besides an application server ?
regards
raghav mathur


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Raghav Mathur
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With a hardsisk space of 2.1 gb and memory of 64 mb ,will it be possible for me to install web logic . In that case what should i so ? which application server should i install . Will j2sdkee do the job for me ? . If anybody could suggest some project ...so that i can start with some coding right away ( after understanding EJB obviously ).
Originally posted by pradeep bhat:
U can either u JS2SDKEE or some other application server like Weblogic,Websphere,JBoss or iPlanet.
Pradeep bhatt
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I guess your memory aint sufficient. I guess u should go for sun 's j2sdkee.
Here is the system requirements for Weblogic server 6.1:
Hard disk drive
For a WebLogic Server 6.1 installation on a Windows system�about 171 MB* of free storage space.
For a WebLogic Server 6.1 installation on a UNIX system�about 210 MB* of free storage space.
For a Service Pack installation on a Windows or UNIX system�see the Release Notes for available Service Packs (if any) for WebLogic Server 6.1 and the free and temporary storage space required by the Service Pack installer program.

Memory
For a Windows or UNIX system, 128 MB of RAM minimum.

Color bit depth display
For graphical user interface (GUI) mode installation, 8-bit color depth (256 colors).
For console-mode and silent-mode installation, there is no color bit depth requirement.

* Includes 76 MB of temporary storage space required by the installer program.


Originally posted by raghav mathur:
With a hardsisk space of 2.1 gb and memory of 64 mb ,will it be possible for me to install web logic . In that case what should i so ? which application server should i install . Will j2sdkee do the job for me ? . If anybody could suggest some project ...so that i can start with some coding right away ( after understanding EJB obviously ).
Raghav Mathur
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OK !
1) I need to download some tutorials from sun.
2) purchase a good EJB book ( preferably o'relly)
3) i need j2sdkee
Anything else ?
regards
raghav mathur
Pradeep bhatt
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U can also download Mastering EJB 2 pdf from http://theserverside.com site.
Originally posted by raghav mathur:
OK !
1) I need to download some tutorials from sun.
2) purchase a good EJB book ( preferably o'relly)
3) i need j2sdkee
Anything else ?
regards
raghav mathur
Angela Margot
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Joined: Feb 07, 2002
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Also check out Marty Hall's free on-line tutorial at:
http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/java/Servlet-Tutorial/
He has some good books out too!


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Angela Margot
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Also...check out his Java Resources site... good J2EE stuff there too!
http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/java/
 
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