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EJB3: standalone session bean?

 
John King
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Is it possible? If not, where can I download a free EJB3 application server?
 
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No such thing as a standalone EJB (thats what the E in EJB stands for, Enterprise). Try Geronimo, JBoss, Glassfish, Sun for free servers, WebLogic, WebSphere for non-free ones.
 
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WebLogic Server is free for development.
 
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Yes, but not for production. That's like saying Oracle's free... sure you can get a developer version but at some point you'll want to use it in a production environment.
 
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Originally posted by Scott Selikoff:
Yes, but not for production. That's like saying Oracle's free... sure you can get a developer version but at some point you'll want to use it in a production environment.

Unless you are just learning
 
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