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Hi I am Beginner. pls help

Does tomcat suport EJB. I heard that we can add some patch to tomcat to work with EJB.

Thanks Maha
 
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It does not, and you cannot.

If you need EJB, then consider a real EJB container, like jboss or jrun or jonas. There's also APIs and code libraries that don't function 'stand alone', but that you can bolt on to products like tomcat.

http://www.openejb.org/ (currently, the first news story on this site is about integrating their product with Tomcat).
 
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You could check out JBoss; www.jboss.org

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Just for info, EJBs run in an EJB Container. Tomcat is not an EJB container, but EJB containers such as JBoss and JOnAS can run embedded Tomcat (or Jetty) servers for their JSP and servlet needs.

Both of these systems have made the task of getting Tomcat/EJB integration quite smooth - effectively no more difficult than getting an "all-in-one" J2EE server like WebSphere or WebLogic running.
 
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