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Mastering enterprise JavaBeans 3.0

Author: Rima Patel Sriganesh; Gerald Brose; Micah Silverman
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : Wiley Pub., ©2006.
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EJB 3.0 is a radical departure from previous releases and has virtually been rewritten, so even the most experienced developers will need to relearn how to best use EJB with open source technologiesThis new edition continues the tradition of the first three bestselling editions of Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans and is packed with more than 50 percent new and revised material, four new chapters, and one new  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Sriganesh, Rima Patel.
Mastering enterprise JavaBeans 3.0.
Indianapolis, IN : Wiley Pub., ©2006
(DLC) 2006011333
(OCoLC)65538499
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rima Patel Sriganesh; Gerald Brose; Micah Silverman
ISBN: 9780471785415 0471785415 0470072997 9780470072998
OCLC Number: 173610171
Notes: Title from title screen.
Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (xxxi, 685 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Cover About the Authors Credits Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Goals for This Edition Organization of the Book Illustrations in the Text The Accompanying Web Site Feedback From Here Part I: Overview Chapter 1: Overview A Prelude to Enterprise JavaBeans Infrastructure Needs of Distributed Applications Enterprise JavaBeans Technology Service-Oriented Architectures and Enterprise JavaBeans Divide and Conquer to the Extreme with Reusable Services The Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 5.0 (Java EE) Summary Chapter 2: Pre-EJB 3.0: The World That Was What Constituted a Pre-EJB 3.0 Enterprise Bean? Developing and Deploying a Pre-EJB 3.0 Enterprise Java Bean Dissecting EJB 2.x Summary Chapter 3: The New Enterprise JavaBean Introducing EJB 3.0 The EJB 3.0 Simplified API Packaging and Deployment of the New Bean Example of EJB 3.0 Bean Summary of Terms Summary Part II: The Triad of Beans and Entities Chapter 4: Introduction to Session Beans Session Bean Lifetime Session Bean Subtypes Special Characteristics of Stateful Session Beans Summary Chapter 5: Writing Session Bean Web Services Web Services Concepts Implementing a Web Service Implementing a Web Service Client Summary Chapter 6: Java Persistence: Programming with Entities Object-Relational Mapping What Is an Entity? The EntityManager API Summary Chapter 7: Introduction to Message-Driven Beans Motivations for Messaging The Java Message Service (JMS) Integrating JMS with EJB Developing Message-Driven Beans Advanced Concepts JMS Message-Driven Bean Gotchas Summary Chapter 8: Adding Functionality to Your Beans Calling Beans from Other Beans Annotations Summary Part III: Advanced Enterprise JavaBeans Concepts Chapter 9: Advanced Persistence Concepts Inheritance Polymorphism Relationships EJB-QL Enhancements Summary Chapter 10: Transactions Motivation for Transactions Benefits of Transactions Transactional Models Distributed Transactions Java Transaction Service and Java Transaction API Enterprise JavaBeans Transactions Container-Managed Transactions Bean-Managed Transactions Client-Controlled Transactions Transactional Isolation Designing Transactional Conversations in EJB Summary Chapter 11: Security Introduction Web Application Security Understanding EJB Security Secure Interoperability Web Services Security Summary Chapter 12: EJB Timers Scheduling EJB and Scheduling The EJB Timer Service Timer Example: CleanDayLimitOrdersBean Strengths and Limitations of EJB Timer Service Summary Chapter 13: EJB Best Practices When to Use EJB How to Choose a Web Application Framework to Work with EJB Applying Model Driven Development in EJB Projects Applying Extreme Programming in EJB Projects Testing EJB Implementing Client-Side Callback Functionality in EJB Choosing between Servlets and Stateless Session Beans as Service Endpoints Considering the Use of Aspect-Oriented Programming Techniques in EJB Projects Reflection, Dynamic Proxy, and EJB Deploying EJB Applications to Various Application Servers Debugging EJB Inheritance and Code Reuse in EJB Writing Singletons in EJB When to Use XML with EJB When to Use Messaging versus RMI-IIOP Summary Chapter 14: EJB Performance Optimizations It Pays to Be Proactive! The Stateful versus Stateless Debate from a Performance Point of View How to Guarantee a Response Time with Capacity Planning Use Session Fa₀cade for Better Performance Choosing between Local Interfaces and Remote Interfaces Partitioning Your Resources Tuning Stateless Session Beans Tuning Stateful Session Beans Tuning Entities Tuning Message-Driven Beans Tuning Java Virtual Machine Miscellaneous Tuning Tips Choosing the Right EJB Server Summary Chapter 15: EJB Integration Why Does Integration Matter? EJB and Integration Java EE Connector Architecture The Java EE Con.
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Abstract:

EJB 3.0 is a radical departure from previous releases and has virtually been rewritten, so even the most experienced developers will need to relearn how to best use EJB with open source technologiesThis new edition continues the tradition of the first three bestselling editions of Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans and is packed with more than 50 percent new and revised material, four new chapters, and one new appendixExplores the two key changes to EJB: the fundamental shift in architecture to a simpler, easier-to-use POJO (Plain Old Java Object) model and the use of a metadata rather than deploy.

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