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URGENT EJB 3.0 with RAD 7.0

sanla palati
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Joined: Oct 17, 2007
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Hi all,

I wouldlike to start EJB 3.0 .I have RAD 7 on my system . Can anybodytell me how to configure ejb 3.0 with RAD.

Its urgent plase.

Thanks,
Sanla.
Ben Souther
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sanla palati,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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IBM has a 'feature pack' that allows for EJB3.0 development. It doesn't come with the basic download - it has to be installed as an add-on.

I haven't done the add on personally. You'd be blazing new ground here on the ranch. I think everyone would really appreciate it if you posted about your experience getting it to work.

I've seen a couple of questions in the WebSphere forum on this subject. Unfortunately, the replies don't go much beyone what I've just posted.

-Cameron McKenzie
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Sanla,
The RAD 7.5 beta supports EJB 3 (without a feature pack.) It's a bit buggy, but they are coming out with later versions of the beta. And the real version will be out later this year.


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