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Regarding ejb 3.0

 
Sandip Sarkar
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Hi all,

have started reading ejb 3.0 (o'reilly version) but still can anyone guide me as to where should i go for free e-book download. Am in the habit of reading them on my PC.

And secondly if i have my server on Weblogic and using JMS services.....thru the admin mode i need to do the port mappings for the JMS. However what if i want to go for XML for acheiving this? Is there any way out for this?
i googled a lot but got no-where.Will appreciate anyone's help.

Thanks,
Sandip
 
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Originally posted by Sandip Sarkar:
can anyone guide me as to where should i go for free e-book download


Free and e-book rarely go together. Whether you read the book on your computer or in print, you still have to pay.

Originally posted by Sandip Sarkar:
if i have my server on Weblogic and using JMS services.....thru the admin mode i need to do the port mappings for the JMS. However what if i want to go for XML for acheiving this?


Please restate, your question isn't clear. If your question is how can you reconfigure ports through XML editing, its often recommended you don't. Many J2EE servers (WebSphere for example) don't do well if you try to modify the XML directly.
 
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