Richard Monson-HaefelBill Burke. The JBoss workbook provides step-by-step instructions for installing, configuring, and running the examples from the manuscript on the JBoss 4. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Now you can harness the complexity of EJB with just a single resource by your side. Exercises for Chapter7 Inverse Relationships Exercise 7. In fact, EJB javabbeans.
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While EJB makes the process easier for application developers, it also provides EJB server developers with a great deal of flexibility in how they support the EJB specification.
Java Persistence also makes it fairly easy for developers to write objects that can be persisted to a relational database. Writing a persistent entity bean can be as easy as using a few strategically placed annotations with little to no information about the database.
Although it is easy to prototype entity beans, the specification is rich enough to provide facilities for more complex database mappings. Unlike other EJB types, entities can be allocated, serialized, and sent across the network like
Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, 5th Edition by Richard Monson-Haefel, Bill Burke
Get Enterprise JavaBeans 3. Introduction This book is about Enterprise JavaBeans 3. Just as the Java platform has revolutionized the way we think about software development, the Enterprise JavaBeans EJB and Java Persistence specifications have revolutionized the way we think about developing mission-critical enterprise software. They combine server-side components with distributed object technologies, asynchronous messaging, web services, and persistence to greatly simplify the task of application development. It automatically takes into account many of the requirements of business systems, including security, resource pooling, concurrency, and transactional integrity. This book shows you how to use Enterprise JavaBeans and Java Persistence to develop scalable, portable business systems.
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Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, 5th Edition
Get Enterprise JavaBeans 3. This chapter explores the core of the EJB and Java Persistence architectures: how enterprise beans are distributed as business objects and how they interact with Java Persistence. Chapter 3 explores the services and resource-management techniques supported by EJB. In order to be truly versatile, the EJB component design had to be smart.
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