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Create EJB in NetBean 3.6

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Is there any wizard in NetBean to create EJB? Or I have to create it manually?
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This goes into what's available EJB-wise:

http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/JavaLP/netbeans40/
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Remember that if youre using Tomcat, youll need to install OpenEJB because
Tomcat does not include a EJB container. I think JBoss does.
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