Envoking Enterprise Javabeans from a Java Applet


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    Suraj Silva Guest

    Envoking Enterprise Javabeans from a Java Applet


    Hello,

    I'm extremely new to EJB's so any and all help would greatly be appreciated.
    I'm trying to envoke an Enterprise Javabean from a java applet. The java
    applet itself is called from a JSP page on the application server itself.
    Could someone please give me some information as how to start writing this
    applet and how I would call it from the JSP page.

    Thank you

    Suraj

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    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: Envoking Enterprise Javabeans from a Java Applet

    First find out how to write an EJB application (an application that uses an
    EJB in your server). I'm not going to go into that because you will find
    out as you learn about EJBs. Then wrap that code in an applet. Next, you
    don't "call an applet". You load an applet as part of an HTML page. If you
    don't already know the code for including an applet in HTML, you will learn
    that too when you learn about applets. And JSP generates HTML, so given
    that it should be clear how to include an applet in JSP.

    PC2

    "Suraj Silva" <suraj@orbtech.com.au> wrote in message
    news:3c91947f$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > Hello,
    >
    > I'm extremely new to EJB's so any and all help would greatly be

    appreciated.
    > I'm trying to envoke an Enterprise Javabean from a java applet. The java
    > applet itself is called from a JSP page on the application server itself.
    > Could someone please give me some information as how to start writing

    this
    > applet and how I would call it from the JSP page.
    >
    > Thank you
    >
    > Suraj




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