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perfect time to use EJB?

 
Alexander Sales
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When do we need to use EJB?

How to implement EJB in our code?

what open-source are you combining EJB with?

How to setup EJB's containers?
 
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When do we need to use EJB?

That's your call, but typically when you need services provided by the container. This is an over simplistic answer; because the are alternatives to EJBs that provide the same or similar services, and often you can use container services without needing EJBs, but hopefully you can do a bit of exploring on the back of this and find out more for yourself.


How to implement EJB in our code?

The JEE tutorial covers this.


what open-source are you combining EJB with?

No short answer to this. What specifically do you mean? e.g. what open source containers are prople using? What third party utilities are they using?


How to setup EJB's containers?

As per their documentation.
 
Alexander Sales
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No short answer to this. What specifically do you mean? e.g. what open source containers are prople using? What third party utilities are they using?


like JBoss, are there other open source containers that could be used? Btw, Thanks sir Paul
 
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Alexander Sales wrote:like JBoss, are there other open source containers that could be used?

Sure: GlassFish in particular, but also Apache Geronimo, JOnAS, even Tomcat with the help of OpenEJB. WebSphere and WebLogic may also have limited free versions.
 
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Have a read of this. A bit out of date, but does list most application servers.
 
Alexander Sales
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cool!

i'll go try one of those. Which is recommended and most malleable to use, also good for slow pc?
 
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I think JBoss and GlassFish would be the ones that are easiest to get help with online. GlassFish is also the JEE reference implementation, so it's always up-to-date.
 
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. . . and welcome to the Ranch
 
Alexander Sales
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Thanks

and Also for the warm welcome
 
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