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urgent...hi all,,,,,need help in deploying EJB'S

 
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I have passed the SCBCD exam with 87% ...but my problem is i know how to write code ....but do not know where to right....so i chose WebLogic.....now my problem is ....i want to download the right version...how should i compile the interfaces & bean classes ...is there any IDE ...which has an editor ...i mean i write the code in an editor...compile it there... & deploy from there instead of using a DOS prompt....how does a weblogic work? any neat example of a session bean & CLASSPATH settings etc...for a WINDOWS XP machine....please help
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Hi.
The latest weblogic version is 8.1, and you can download it from BEA's site.
You can pretty much choose any IDE you want. I know Jdeveloper and Eclipse can help you with deployment, although it's not so hard to do it yourself - try it at least once or twice. Weblogic also has its tools for deployments. Try looking in BEA's dev2dev.com site.
Weblogic works pretty much like any other application server, only its user interface is a bit more friendly.
About the examples - there are plenty of examples to be found in Weblogic's installation download.
Have fun.
Nimo.
 
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