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hi to all

I recently start going through some tutorials on ejb along jpa. I now would really like to include them in my current project which is still and its infant stage(design actually). I didn't know how to google this so here goes my story.Can someone please assist me in using a good design to integrate my java web application (MVC using servlets and jsp) with ejb. I want the these ejb to run the business logic. I would be really grateful if one would point me to a good resource or tutorial on which best design which i should use.

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You can go through the sections EJB, servlet, and persistence from the JEE tutorial which contains real examples you could see how these are used in real world.

 
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