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can we deploy ejbs using tomcat

 
vineel kumar
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hai friends can you please tell me whether we can deploy ejbs using tomcat.is so tell me how to deploy?
 
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You can not.
Tomcat is not a full JEE container.

If you're looking for an open source container that supports the full JEE stack, check out JBoss. JBoss uses Tomcat as its servlet/jsp engine.
 
vineel kumar
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thank u
 
Abhishek Asthana
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When I was in college and was looking for an EJB container, I used JBoss, but I remember there was an Apache project called Open EJB.
There was a plugin that would enable tomcat to host EJBs!

Now OpenEJB has moved out of Apache 'incubator' and has become a separate product!
 
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Originally posted by Abhishek Asthana:
When I was in college and was looking for an EJB container, I used JBoss, but I remember there was an Apache project called Open EJB.
There was a plugin that would enable tomcat to host EJBs!

Now OpenEJB has moved out of Apache 'incubator' and has become a separate product!


I'm guessing that's what has become Geronimo.
http://geronimo.apache.org/
 
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Originally posted by vineel kumar:
thank u


vineel kumar,
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