Contents of an Enterprise Bean

 To develop an enterprise bean, you must provide the following files:

  • Deployment descriptor
  • Enterprise bean class
  • Interfaces
  • Helper classes

     Package the files in the preceding list into an EJB JAR file, the module that stores the enterprise bean. An EJB JAR file is portable and can be used for different applications. To assemble a J2EE application, you package one or more modules--such as EJB JAR files--into an EAR file, the archive file that holds the application. When you deploy the EAR file that contains the bean's EJB JAR file, you also deploy the enterprise bean onto the Application Server. You can also deploy an EJB JAR that is not contained in an EAR file. 

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