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Hi,

i need to develop CMP using WAS & Oracle 8 as my backend. I have configured a datasource on WAS.

While developing CMP, is there any other files required other than "ejb-jar.xml" ?

is there any sample development guide on the net for developing CMP using WAS.

Thanks & Regards

NK
 
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IBM has a whole gaggle of redbooks for WAS and WSAD, which you can download for free in PDF format.

If you're using WSAD (I'd recommend it for a WAS prodcution runtime), then the following is a good one:

http://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246819.html?Open

However, the current EJB CMP model is being replaced with the next version of the EJB and J2EE specs, with a lightweight 'plain old java objects' persistence model very similar to JDO (Java Data Objects). So JDO 2 will give you a much better solution today than CMP 2.x, and a much better migration path to EJB 3 in the future.

And there are more than 20 open source and commercial implementations of the JDO standard. The open source ones are free too if licensing costs is an issue.

cheers,

Dave.
 
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