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Developing EJB 2.0 Components

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Published by Prentice Hall PTR .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Java & variants,
  • Networking packages,
  • Computer Networks,
  • Computer Programming Languages,
  • Computers,
  • Computers - Languages / Programming,
  • Computer Books: General,
  • Programming - General,
  • Programming Languages - Java,
  • Computers / Programming Languages / Java,
  • Java (Computer program languag,
  • Java (Computer program language),
  • JavaBeans

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages656
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10075745M
ISBN 100130348635
ISBN 109780130348630

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EJB Development with WebSphere Studio Application Developer Ueli Wahli Wouter Denayer Lars Schunk Deborah Shaddon Martin Weiss Learn about the EJB specification Develop EJBs with Studio Application Developer Deploy EJBs to WebSphere Application Server Front cover. Get this from a library! Developing EJB components. [Pravin V Tulachan] -- A practical guide to Enterprise JavaBeans technology. This book, Developing EJB Components, the first book in a three-book series, focuses exclusively on the practical aspects of how to implement EJB It is an attempt to bring the right balance between depth and breath within the broader context of the Java 2 Enterprise Edition platform. Enterprise JavaBeans: [developing Enterprise Java components ; covers EJB ]. [Richard Monson-Haefel] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Monson-Haefel. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number.

Hi, I am reading "Developing EJB Components" by Tulachan and have came across some things I that seem to be false. (Of course, if I knew enough about EJB to know if these things are false I would have no need to read the book.) I was hoping someone could set me straight. Special Edition Using EJB starts with a description of how EJB fits into the big picture of J2EE development, then covers such topics as. Locating EJB's using JNDI; Managing data with EJB Query Language; Building JMS applications using the new Message-driven BeanReviews: 4.   The EJB specification does not abandon support for beans. There are a number of significant changes between and , such that you cannot develop one bean that will work with both specifications. As we work to understand Enterprise JavaBeans, and more specifically in this section entity beans, we will look at examples and even put. Developing EJB Components Learn More Buy. This chapter is from the book This chapter is from the book.

Bean Type. Description. Session. Executes a useful activity of work for client; it can also be a web service endpoint. The term session implies that there is a hidden handle that is the reference between a client and the server endpoint.. Message. An asynchronous endpoint that consumes, reads a message object from a message queue, and performs some unit of work. The EJB specification enables the specification of relationships between entity beans. An entity bean can be defined so as to have a relationship with other entity beans. For example, in a project management application the ProjectEJB and TaskEJB beans would be related because a project is made up of a set of tasks. EJB provides a basic scheduling capability: the Timer service, which is described in Chapter 9. A new feature of EJB 3 is the Interceptor service. This allows common, tangential aspects of EJB components to be separated from any business logic. This concept is based on AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming) and is described in Chapter EJB/Components. Read More in EJB/Components» Make sure the version property is set to EJB compliant. Double-click on the new EJB module node. Developing Entity Beans from the book JBuilder Developer's Guide (ISBN: X) written by .