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Pro EJB 3.0: sample?

 
Anthony Karta
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Hi Mike,

do you provide complete (and runnable) sample application with your book (downloadable from apress site)?

if yes, what application did you discuss, I guess it's web-based
application?

or just snip of relevant EJB3 code in some part of EE 5 application?

btw, which JBoss version do we need? I tried couple of versions before and they keep changing/not stable.

thanks
anthony
 
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(I think you know that) you can have a look at them here:
http://www.apress.com/book/bookDisplay.html?bID=10093

They are using glassfish. It looks like there are lots of little samples, have a look at examples.html
 
Anthony Karta
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So do you think there is no complete application that we can run locallly?

I might go with "Enterprise JavaBean 3.0" by Burke instead, just browse it at book store.

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The examples are meant to be run either in an app server, or in some cases even without an app server. They all work and are fully functional applications. Most of them have web front ends on them. Download them from the Apress web site and take a look.

We tested them with Glassfish and on OC4J, but they should in theory work on any app server. I would recommend Glassfish, though, as it is the most stable open source version of Java EE around. If you like JBoss and are experiencing instability then knock yourself out.
 
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Where can we download OC4J and Glasshfish? Wow, do you recommend
to use these application servers in production?
 
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OC4J: from Oracle.

Glassfish: from the Glassfish website
 
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Originally posted by Robbi Palacios:
Where can we download OC4J and Glasshfish? Wow, do you recommend
to use these application servers in production?


Not GlassFish for production.
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