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Pro EJB - What application servers support EJB 3.0?

 
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Hi What application servers does EJB 3.0 support?
What application did you guys use for your book?
 
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I would probably ask the question the other way around, as in, "What application servers support EJB 3.0?" :-)

I have mentioned in other posts that there are a few that are out right now, including Oracle, JBoss and Sun. Only Glassfish is certified, though. I know that BEA and IBM are working on theirs, too, so they will have something soon as well.

We used the Oracle OC4J and Sun Glassfish containers when we did our examples. The examples are downloadable from the Apress site.

-Mike
 
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That is totally cool! I like to get my hands on those tools.
Thanks Mike for your reply

Your book seems to support everything! Won't you offer a
discount sometime hehehe..
 
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Do you guys think Glass fish and OC4J can be used in
a production environment? Will it scale well? Also,
do you have a sample application we could tinker
in your book that would surely be great!
[ August 15, 2006: Message edited by: Robbi Palacios ]
 
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Also, can we use the new features of EJBQL queries in older
implementation of EJB (ie. existing codes written in EJB)
if we are using an application server that supports 3.0 like
glass fish or oc4j?
 
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Btw, do you guys know what CMP is in EJB 3.0?
 
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If I am to migrate the old EJB applications to EJB 3.0.
Would the changes be so great? Does your book cover the
migration issues from old ejb to the newer ejb 3.0?
 
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