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Are you really sure you want to do EJB2 stuff? Its really really outdated. I would focus on EJB 3.1 which is a lot simpler and far wider used nowadays.
In any case you shouldn't be learning this stuff by making tools do work for you - I highly recommend you get a good book on EJB tech and learn from there. Otherwise you'll know which buttons to push but you won't understand why thinks work and why they do not. If you take my advice and go for EJB 3.1, I highly recommend the book "Enterprise Javabeans 3.1". You'll be up and running in no time.