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Java EE 5 Development with NetBeans 6 - (Netbeans commands)

 
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Hi David,
I am learning and started developing project in Java EE 5.
& I am well convinced that Netbeans does a lot of ground work for us. (Deploying, Building etc.)

I am using netbeans since 2 yrs. and developing Java EE projects in Netbeans only. So i am not having any knowledge of core commands(Command Line commands) of Java EE.
I think you will also agree that, IDE does a lot of ground work for us, but we should know what is happening behind the scene, like which command is used with what parameters. Right??

In "Java EE 5 Development with NetBeans 6", Is this kind of explanation is given?? (i.e. Deploy of a EJB project will execute XYZ command with ABC parameters)

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Nachiket
 
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There are no standard "Java EE commands", most projects use some kind of build tool, an IDE like NetBeans, or a command line tool like ANT or Maven.

Additionally, there is no standard way of deploying Java EE applications across application servers, each application server deployment may be different from another.

To answer your question, since the book is focused on NetBeans, deployment is explained from the assumption that the reader is using NetBeans to develop and deploy the application.

In my other book, "Java EE 5 Development Using GlassFish Application Server", Maven is used as the build tool for the examples, and the different ways of deploying an application into GlassFish are explained.

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