Obtain self-directed or formal training to use the Feature Pack for Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.0, which is based on WebSphere Application Server Version 6.1. Refer to the Version 6.1 roadmap to find information about WebSphere Application Server education, Redbooks, PDFs, z/OS operating system-related guides, web development techniques, standards and specifications, user group information and other recommended reading. The Feature Pack for EJB 3.0 is an optionally installable product extension for IBM WebSphere Application Server Version 6.1 that implements the EJB Version 3.0 and Java Persistence API (JPA) 1.0 specifications.
Understand the overall purpose, capabilities, and new features of the Feature Pack for EJB 3.0.
Plan and implement test, staging, and production environments. Many available components help you tailor the application serving environment to fit your needs and your infrastructure. IBM consultants are available to assist.
Find out how to install the Feature Pack for EJB 3.0 on a Version 6.1 product.
Various Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) and WebSphere software programming interfaces are available to enrich your applications and take advantage of the services provided by the product.
Package code components into modules that can be deployed onto a Java EE application server. The Application Server Toolkit product is provided to make assembly easier.
Install an application on an application server and address any dependencies and resource needs so that users can access the application.
The product offers samples that demonstrate common enterprise application tasks. Many samples also provide instructions for deployment and coding examples. Many samples are provided with the product.
Use the WebSphere Application Server security infrastructure to protect sensitive resources and provide the following features: enterprise-level access control, data integrity, confidentiality, and privacy, and secure interoperability. Enable product security along with the protection that other software in your existing infrastructure provides.
Depending on the offering of WebSphere Application Server that you are using, there could be a number of different components installed. When a problem occurs, you must determine the scope of the problem and which components are involved. To help you do this, the resources in this section provide information about troubleshooting problems with WebSphere Application Server and its components.
Refer to the glossary to find quick descriptions of unfamiliar terms.