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Man, do your homework :)

Try reading "Mastering EJB" 2nd edition, from Ed Roman. It's freely available as a PDF download from The Server Side[1]. You could also try reading the J2EE tutorial from Sun[2].

http:///www.theserverside.com
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/1_3-fcs/index.html

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thanks.
I just want to know that I have already write a EJB in intelliJ IDEA,but how
Can I run it?


"Marcus Brito" <pazu@animegaiden.com.br> wrote in message
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Man, do your homework :)

>

Try reading "Mastering EJB" 2nd edition, from Ed Roman. It's freely

available as a PDF download from The Server Side[1]. You could also try
reading the J2EE tutorial from Sun[2].
>

http:///www.theserverside.com
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/1_3-fcs/index.html



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deploy it to a application server(JBOSS maybe)
and write a client connect to it....

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"Aeros Lau" <dying_light@163.net> wrote in message
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deploy it to a application server(JBOSS maybe)
and write a client connect to it....



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i dont know.
i don't like do everything in IDE.
you can use Ant to do this, and i think it's the more formal way

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"Aeros Lau" <dying_light@163.net> wrote in message
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i dont know.
i don't like do everything in IDE.
you can use Ant to do this, and i think it's the more formal way



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