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Stateless EJB session bean implementation

Senthil Kumar Subramani

Joined: Jul 29, 2013
Posts: 1
Hi All,

I am new to EJB concepts.

I am referring to an exisiting porject implemented stateless EJB.

Its a dynamic web project created in Eclipse Juno and they have implemented in TOMEE.

They have used EJB to make SOAP XML transactions for a 3 tier architecture.

They have 2 projects

1) Created a dynamic web project . Implemented a interface and stateless session bean. The stateless session bean holds logic to post the request to backend stub and receive response and business logic to pass the necessary details to clients. Here using apache axis 2 they have converted the wsdl to java files and implemented the stateless EJB .

2) Created another dynamic web project and has jsp files to invoke the webservice calls. They have used <jsp:usebean> to invoke the stateless EJB. Does the project need to import any files from the 1st porject ?

Please can you guide me for deploying above such things in TOMEE.

I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link:
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