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Hi,
Visual Age IDE is supposed to have an EJB tab, which is to be used for creating EJB code.
Where is this tab ? How do you use it? Can someone please give steps to go about activating the tab and using it to generate the EJB files(code)?
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Click File (Menu) and Quick start. Choose Add Feature. Then you will find out EJB component that you haven't added.
 
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Thanks Bredan
When I tried to add the feature called Data Access Beans which was the only Bean option. It says Add Failed....!
Check it out for me please
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[This message has been edited by Suneel Setlur (edited February 12, 2001).]
 
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Check out all features in your workspace (from "delete features" you can see all features).
You need following features:
IBM Common Connector FrameWork
IBM EJB Development Environment
IBM Enterprise Access Builder Library
IBM Enterprise Extension Library
IBM WebSphere Java Library
IBM WebSphere Test Environment
Sun Servlet API
I have VisualAge 3.5 installed. I'm not sure if you need more for other versions.
 
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Thanks again Bredan.
Guess I have to get an entire new VAJ. I don't have 2 of the components you listed.One of them the EJB component.
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Suneel
You require the enterprise edition of VisualAge to develop EJBs. It sounds like, at the moment, you have the professional edition.
 
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