alagan sathianathan

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Why dont you try using Document class:
IntegerField allows only numeric fields

Document class:
21 years ago
Try JProfiler.web page It is really cool
21 years ago
hi Aaron,
yes, i am referring Richard Monson-Haefel's book. PAGE No:438. Under the sub heading "Entity Beans" - 2nd partagraph.

Mr.Aaron
This I read in the orilley book - EJB 1.1.
That is the reson I am also wondering, how this is possible.
hi
i m using JSP with out any problem in weblogic5.1 with the folowing properties file entries:
weblogic.httpd.register.*.jsp=\
weblogic.servlet.JSPServlet
weblogic.httpd.initArgs.*.jsp=\
pageCheckSeconds=0,\
compileCommand=c:/jdk1.2.2/bin/javac.exe,\
workingDir=d:/weblogic5.1/myserver/classfiles,\
verbose=true
Check it up and put tje jdk version and the route and let me know.
alagan
technology.1@onebox.com
23 years ago
Is it true that in EJB 1.1, BMP for entity is removed?
If so, how will it be possible to integrate different application developed in different application servers?
alagan
hi
your question is not clear.
if u indent to use weblogic server, u have to go with that depoyer tool . no other choice.
hi
Ofcourse orielly book is good for EJB. but, to get an over all idea about server side architecture and Enterprise Java beans concepts, i feel, one should go thru EdRoman's book. u can dowmload from www.theserverside.com .
alagan
u can go for DOM parser.
check out www.w3c.org
alagan
hi
for session-entityben-database
check out orielly book - EJB 1.1
u will find a simple example
alagan
hi
javabean EJB
can be independent can not be
can have GUI no GUI
can not be deployed resides in serverside
alagan
hi
try with cluster4 ???

alagan
hi
yes, it hapens whrn u r moving from one version to another.
When u compare weblogic 4.5 and 5.1
4.5 supports EJB1.0, 5.1 supports 1.1
(EJB 1.1 supports xml and transaction is fine tunned)
I feel working with 5.1 more easy than 4.5.- no need of ser file, manifest file. jar will be created by your deployer tool in 5.1.
Hot deployment is damn easy in 5.1
hope this helps you.
alagan
23 years ago
hi
it looks u r not setting your properties file properly
try to as follows, u will get it.
weblogic.httpd.register.*.jsp=\
weblogic.servlet.JSPServlet
weblogic.httpd.initArgs.*.jsp=\
pageCheckSeconds=0,\
compileCommand=c:/jdk1.2.2/bin/javac.exe,\
workingDir=d:/weblogic5.1/myserver/classfiles,\
verbose=true
# workingDir=d:/weblogic5.1/myserver/classfiles,\
# packagePrefix=,\
23 years ago
hi
though u r new to EJB, you can directly start with weblogic or webspere app server instead of going for a refernce implemntation - J2EE server.
before that its better u r good in EJB conceots. u cam visit www.theserverside.com and down load a book for EJB by EdRoman. it is damn good.
alagan

Originally posted by Deepika:
hi,
I am also new to EJB , could u please provide me link for above mentioned doc.
thanx in advance,
Deepika