EJB is a server side component:

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Enterprise Java Beans is a server side component. Enterprise Java Beans have three steps:

  • Development

  • Deploying

  • Maintenance

1.Development  
In the development stage, the bean will be created and path and the classpath will be set.  Then, compile all the programs and then we create the two xml programs and a jar file  

2.Deployment  
In the deployment stage, the deployer takes an ejb jar file and installs it into an EJB Container.  The deployer’s task begins with the receipt of an ejb-jar file, and ends with the installation of the ejb-jar file in the container.  

3.Maintenance  
In the maintenance stage, we will register the bean and then the run the server program and compile the client and the result will be printed.


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