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Which application server officially supports EJB2.0?

 
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Which application server officially supports EJB2.0?
Resin claim to support EJB2.0 CMP entity beans
Weblogic6.1 claims to support EJB2.0 when EJB2.0 was still in
PFD2. Does this mean that I can only practise and design projects
on SUN reference implementation?
 
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There were hardly any changes between the real final draft and the "final draft 2" spec. The big changes happened between "final draft 1" and "final draft 2" when they dropped dependent objects and added local EJB's.
I understand that Weblogics implemention is complete. I think you could use it without much trouble.
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what about websphere 4.0 ?
 
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hi,
IBM websphere4.0 supports ejb1.1, servlets2.2 and jsp 1.1, as far as I know the only app server that supports ejb2.0 servlet2.3 and jsp1.2 is WebLogic6.1
 
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