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hi, i'm new at WSAD
which kind of project i need to create if i to create:
2 entity been
1 session (state less)
and web content
i want that the web content will call to session and the session will call to 2 entity.
i saw some kinds of projects like: Enterprise application project, ejb project, Enterprise bean - which i need?.
Some one can help me? thanks
 
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Create Enterprise Application project and within it you can create EJBProject, WebProject, ConnectorProject and ClientProject.
Than you will be able to create EJB's and JSP's & Servlets.
In the J2EE perspective you will see the whole structure of your project.
 
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