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How To Start Working in EJB 3.0 with Jboss 4.0.2 and Eclipse Europa

 
Debapriya Patra
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Hi,

I am totally new to EJB.Actually i want to start working with EJB 3.0 .I have "Eclipse Europa","Jboss 4.0.2 AS" with me.I need :

1>How to setup the environment with Eclipse europa,Jboss for working in EJB 3.0
2>What are supported jars or plugins we need to setup the environment.

Please anybody who have already worked on these IDE and environments, just guide me.Its very urgent.

Thnx in advance


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Debapriya
 
Scott Selikoff
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In theory, Eclipse should be set up as a full J2EE environment, although sometimes you have to add Jboss-related Jars to the Eclipse environment for building. I'd recommend since you are new to EJB searching Google for a JBoss tutorial, there are plenty out there.
 
Debapriya Patra
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What exactly i was expecting..i came to know in EJB 3.0 we can generate the code by ant script...And another thing i want to know hw to start working EJB in Eclipse Europa....Because whenever i m trying to create an EJb project in Eclipse its coming with EJB2.1, thats why i am confused how to start with EJB 3.0 And another doubt is it necessary to create one EJB project to work with EJB in Eclipse or i can create one simple java project and start writing the EJB code...???

plzz help me on that...

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Deba
 
Felix Sima
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I think the problem you see EJB2.1 instead of EJB3.0 is the versione of JBoss. You shoud use Jboss 5.x to be able to create a EJB3.0 project, but you can create a simple Java project and import the requierd jars.

Felix
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Chandrasekhar Elindram
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Hope this helps
http://java.boot.by/scbcd5-guide/apa.html

Regards,
Chandra.
 
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