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integration of EJB3,Hibernate in Netbeans

 
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hi,

I am working on a legacy project which have jsf and icefaces to call EJB which in turn call webservice to get data from database.
now we want web call EJB3,then EJB3 call hibernate(or Toplink) to get(update) data in database,IDE is NetBeans 6.5.1,I am struggling to integrated all of them together
,also the app server is Glassfish 2.
Is this possible,or your Java EE guys have better advice based on your experience,such as another IDE,or technologies to do the work,app server can not be changed.

thanks advance!
 
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finally,I get it worked.

use EE application project which will include a EJB project and WEB project will solve problem.
 
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