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JBOSS4.0 - EJB1.1 Support ??

 
Raj Reddy
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Hello,

Our legacy application is using ejb1.1 with websphere and we are planning to move to JBOSS. Just wanted to know if JBOSS 4.0 or 4.2 supports ejb1.1. I checked on the JBOSS forum and could get any answer for this issue. Please reply. Replys are highly appreciated. Thanks.
 
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As for your question, this documentation from JBoss, mentions


JBoss AS 4.0 implements the EJB 2.1 specification instead of the EJB 2.0 in JBoss AS 3.2. The EJB 2.1 specification extends the message-driven bean contracts to support other messaging types in addition to JMS. It supports stateless session beans as web service endpoints. It also includes a new container managed service called the EJB timer service.


However i am not sure whether this means that it even "supports" earlier versions of EJB.
 
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