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EJB 2.0 with eclipse IDE for JBOSS

Nancy Antony
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Hi Ranchers,

Merry Christmas.

I want to write ejb 2.0 programs with Eclipse IDE for JBOSS. My JBOSS is JBOSS4.0.5EJB. Can anyone help me with steps.

I created a new project by selecting ejb 2.1

But how and where to create other classes and configure it, is a problem.

Anyone can help?

Regards,
Nancy
Joe Harry
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Any reasons why you want to use EJB 2.x? Why not better use EJB 3.0?


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Nancy Antony
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company needs trg on ejb2.0 with Eclipse IDE for JBOSS

Can anyone help to know how to configure JBOSS server 4.0.5 EJB with Eclipse IDE for JBOSS for ejb 2.0 and ejb 3.0?

Regards Ranchers,

Nancy here waiting for technical help
Peter Johnson
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Use Eclipse 3.4 (Ganymede) with JBoss Tools 3.0 (it's a beta). It should provide what you need. I can't think of any tutorials on using it for EJB 2.x, though - all of the tutorials I have seen, including the ones in the JBoss Tools documentation, deal with EJB 3.

One thought - get the book JBoss at Work. It goes through developing an EJB 2.x application. It uses 4.0.2 but the EJB stuff should apply to 4.0.5 (I think that the web services stuff will not work on 4.0.5 though).

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Nancy Antony
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thanks
 
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