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Stuck at the first example and don't know what to do

 
Darren Song
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Hello, all.

I am preparing for the BCD exam and I picked up Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 from B&N yesterday.

I read through chapter 1-3 and now I am stuck at the first example!!


Having absolutely no experience with EJBs, I just can't seem to figure out how to run these examples!!


Being frustrated, I went to B&N again and picked up another book called EJB 3.1 Cook book.


I was going through the examples and now I am stuck again because the GlassFish server cannot connect to the admin listener!!!

I tried google searches and and forum searches to figure out myself but I just couldn't find the answer I was looking for!!


So my questions are....


1. Should I avoid using IDEs all together for now?

2. If not, is there a any guide/book that shows how to setup EJB development enviorment in either NetBeans or Eclipse step by step?

3. I noticed NetBeans and Eclipse have different folder structures when I create an EJB project. Is it because I am using GlassFish with NetBeans and Jboss with Eclipse?


Please help! I really appreciate your time reading this thread

 
Kacem Bel
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Hi Darren,

I'm preparing the EJBD too, and have some experience with EJBs I can help you start an EJB project with Eclipse + JBoss AS6 if you want to
 
Darren Song
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Kacem,

Thanks.

I figured out by myself and I am using netBeans and glassfish to test out the concepts.


I am trying to take the exam next week.

Good luck with your exam~!


Again, thanks for offering the help.

I really appreciate it.
 
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