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Description This step by step tutorial will show you how to build a simple Session EJB. It will then deploy this EJB on JBoss Server and call it from a JSP page running on Tomcat. You will learn how to call an EJB running on a separate EJB cotainer from a JSP page running on a different WEB container. Every step has been explained in detail.


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