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1. The resource where the Entreprise Bean can be deployed?
2. The resource responsible for the Java classes?
3. The resource that deploys the Enterprise Beans contained in the ejb-jar files into a specific operational environment?
4. The resouce that provides the deployment tools necessary for the deployment of Enterprise Beans and the runtime support for the deployed Enterprise Beans?
 
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The resource where the Enterprise Bean can be deployed?
Application Server (IBM Websphere,BEA WebLogic) OR Database which supports EJB services (Oracle 8i)
The resource responsible for the Java classes?
If it is Servlets/JSP/JavaBeans, you can use the services of a WebServer which normally is bundled with an Application Server.
The resource that deploys the Enterprise Beans contained in the ejb-jar files into a specific operational environment?
If you want the profile of the person, he is called the Deployer, who configures/maps the actual user names pertaining to the specific operational environment to the services defined by the Bean Developer/Application Assembler.
The resource that provides the deployment tools necessary for the deployment of Enterprise Beans and the runtime support for the deployed Enterprise Beans?
The Container provides the tools for deployment of EJB and also provides low level services for it.
-- Sandeep

 
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Thanks a lot Sandeep.
 
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