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Is there free stuff available to get up to speed with EJB? Or is EJB just for the elite that are willing to shell out the big bucks?
 
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Check out this site http://www.ism.bull.net/ejb/index.html
it's a Open Source EJB implementation. There are couple of more.
 
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You might also "get up to speed" using WebLogic's 4.0 EJB Application Server. You can download it for a 30 day eval from www.beasys.com ... Supposedly, WebLogic holds some 70+% of the EJB market.
 
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Also check out Orion Server. It's free for non-commerical and development use, and only $1500 for commercial use. It's quite fast, and implements the full J2EE spec.
 
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