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How to deploy an EJB

 
Dhondiba Joshi
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Can you help to to tell the steps required for following

1. I want to deploy session beans in any simple application server.
2. I have writen the Remote, home and Bean code
3. I do not know how to complie it using which server??
It might be turn down for most of you folks but
Need help i am a beginner ;-)
 
eammon bannon
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Are you following the tutorial section "Getting Started With Enterprise Beans" from the J2EE1.4 tutorial (http://java.sun.com/j2ee/1.4/docs/tutorial/doc/)? It is a step-by-step explanation of what to do.
 
Marcos Maia
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Hi,
I also suggest you to download and take a look at the BEA weblogic examples, they have from the simplest to more advance examples and weblogic is a really user friendly app server when you compare to others.
www.bea.com
regards.
 
Kiran Bandi
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-You may first download a an application server. Preferably go for BEA weblogic (They have a good help online)
-Install the server and use their command line tools to package the compiled code (in appropriate directory structure needed for a EJB jar file)
-start the server
-open the administration console
-Go to deployments node and follow link to deploy new EJB
-Upload the jar file
You are all set.
For more technical details and code goto "http://www.theserverside.com"
and go to books section to get "Mastering EJBs" by Ed Roman .
You can be master ... in a months time.
Good luck !!


 
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