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How do i run these examples in NetBeans

 
Karnati Sudhakar
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Hi All,

I have just started reading EJB in Action by Debu Panda,and i downloaded the sample source code from this link:
http://manning.com/panda/codeexamples-javaeesdk.zip

This zip folder contains 13 chapter folders and each chapter folder has
DOC,ETC,SRC,SQL and one build.xml file which is attached below:

This is the image of the folder strucure

In the above image upper portion is the total chapeters available and the files above all the folders. and the below portion in the above images is the folder structure of each chapter folder.

Please help me out:

I am new to EJB technology.

Thanks
Ramesh Ale

[ August 26, 2008: Message edited by: Karnati Sudhakar ]

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Peter Johnson
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Looks like Ant is used to build these projects. NetBeans should allow you to import a project based on an Ant build script (I know that Eclipse provides this functionality).
 
Higor Zardo
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I would like to know it so!
How can I make a new EJB project in Eclipse or Netbeans and TEST if it's Ok.
Internet dont have nothing about it =/
It's terrible!!
 
Peter Johnson
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Internet dont have nothing about it =/


Really? What did you google? I found dozens.
 
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