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EJB 3.0 Industrial demand

 
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Recently when i visited certain articles i came to know that EJB 2.x and EJB 3.0 is having major differences and EJB 2.0 is presently the Industrial standard or the current Industry is using EJB 2.x.

I would like to know about the industrial adaptation to EJB 3.0 and its demand in current market.

All your suggestions are welcome and I thank everyone for guidelines and followup
 
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Yes, it is true that there are major differences between EJB 2.x and EJB 3. But it will take some time for the industry to adopt to this new EJB version after which EJB 3 will be the new standard.
[ September 06, 2008: Message edited by: Jothi Shankar Kumar Sankararaj ]
 
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It will take some time. I am not sure if all the application servers support EJB 3.o yet.
 
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glassfish from Sun, support EJB 3.0, i think so
 
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Thank you

Jothi Shankar Kumar Sankararaj ,arulk pillai,guillermo urdaneta for your views.
 
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Hi,

All the major vendor of j2ee servers are already providing support to ejb 3.0. You can check there documentation on this and ejb 3.0 has revamped and it is in great demand now especially with JPA
 
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as far as i know many companies have already shifted to EJB3.0
 
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EJB3.0 is light years beyond 2.x. 2.x was a mess.

The problem is there are very few vendors that support EJB3 yet. IBM just came out with WebSphere 7 beta. When it goes GA, and IBM clients start adopting it (Banks and Insurance Companies, which do not like to be leading edge), then you'll see alot more EJB3.0 out there.

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I do think EJB3.0 good direction.
 
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