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installation of j2se

 
smrithi rao
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i have downloaded the jdk from the sun site but it dint really help in the installation process what should i do?? can i use the netbeans to work on ejb if so how can use the software
 
saurav sarkar
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Smrithi i am not clear on your problem.
I have not worked on Netbeans but going by Eclipse
you should definitely be able to work on EJB.
 
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What operating system are you working on? Windows, Mac OS, some form of UNIX or Linux?

Oh and the pure JDK itself will not allow you to develop EJBs, which is a J2EE (or now JEE) technology.

If you are using an IDE such as Netbeans or Eclipse you'll find that they come with features/plug-ins that will allow you to develop EJBs (they'll also provide the libraries required)
[ December 13, 2007: Message edited by: Martijn Verburg ]
 
abhishek pendkay
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download the right jdk based on which OS you are using...
you can use Netbeans for J2EE...
as far as how to use Netbeans its not a simple one or two steps which can be discussed here... but it does come with lots of tutorials and help files so you can go through them they are quite good
 
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Originally posted by smrithi rao:
i have downloaded the jdk from the sun site but it dint really help in the installation process what should i do?? ...

Did you follow the installation instructions?

(These are for JDK 1.6 on Windows. You didn't tell us, so that's just a guess.)
 
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