This book takes the reader through the details of the EJB 3.0 architecture, and shows how EJB can be used to develop powerful, standards-based backend business logic.
Author: Raghu Kodali
This book takes the reader through the details of the EJB 3.0 architecture, and shows how EJB can be used to develop powerful, standards-based backend business logic. It offers practical insights into the entire EJB architecture, covering all areas of the EJB 3.0 specification, including its new persistence framework, simplified development model, and other key new features. In addition, it covers upgrade headaches: common issues encountered when migrating from EJB 2.1 to EJB 3.0, highly relevant to existing EJB developers. The book is designed to be the first and only comprehensive beginning or introductory EJB 3 book to market.
Author: Raghu Kodali & Jonathan WettherbeePublish On: 2006-11-13
Beginning EJB 3 Application Development takes readers through the details of the EJB 3.0 architecture, and shows how EJB can be used to develop powerful, standards-based backend business logic.
Author: Raghu Kodali & Jonathan Wettherbee
Publisher: Dreamtech Press
Beginning EJB 3 Application Development takes readers through the details of the EJB 3.0 architecture, and shows how EJB can be used to develop powerful, standards-based backend business logic. With 12 years of combined EJB experience, the authors offer many practical insights into the entire EJB architecture and cover all areas of the EJB 3.0 specification
What you’ll learn How to employ session beans, message-driven beans, and entity beans How to use the updated EJB 3 persistence and object-relational mappings How to choose which EJB option is right for your application How to enrich your ...
Author: Jonathan Wetherbee
Develop powerful, standards-based, back-end business logic with Beginning EJB 3, Java EE 7 Edition. Led by an author team with 20 years of combined Enterprise JavaBeans experience, you'll learn how to use the new EJB 3.2 APIs. You'll gain the knowledge and skills you’ll need to create the complex enterprise applications that run today's transactions and more. Targeted at Java and Java EE developers, with and without prior EJB experience, Beginning EJB 3 is packed with practical insights, strategy tips, and code examples. As each chapter unfolds, you'll not only explore a new area of the spec; you'll also see how you can apply it to your own applications through specific examples. Beginning EJB 3 will serve not only as a reference, but it will also function as a how-to guide and repository of practical examples to which you can refer as you build your own applications. It will help you harness the power of EJBs and take your Java EE 7 development to the next level. What you’ll learn How to employ session beans, message-driven beans, and entity beans How to use the updated EJB 3 persistence and object-relational mappings How to choose which EJB option is right for your application How to enrich your application’s behavior with CDI services How to test the EJB container inside and out How to migrate from older EJB to the newest EJB APIs Who this book is for This book is for those Java and Java EE developers with and without prior EJB experience. Table of Contents Introduction to the EJB 3 Architecture Session Beans Entities and the Java Persistence API Advanced Persistence Features Message-Driven Beans EJB and Web Services Integrating Session Beans, Entities, Message-Driven Beans, and Web Services Transaction Management EJB Performance and Testing Context and Dependency Injection (CDI) Packaging and Deployment EJB Client Applications EJB Runtime Environments
Targeted at Java and Java EE developers, with or without prior EJB experience, this book is packed with practical insights, strategy tips, and code examples.
Author: Jonathan Wetherbee
Build powerful back-end business logic and complex Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB)-based applications using Java EE 8, Eclipse Enterprise for Java (EE4J), Web Tools Project (WTP), and the Microprofile platform. Targeted at Java and Java EE developers, with or without prior EJB experience, this book is packed with practical insights, strategy tips, and code examples. As each chapter unfolds, you'll see how you can apply the new EJB spec to your own applications through specific examples. Beginning EJB in Java EE 8 serves not only as a reference, but also as a how-to guide and repository of practical examples to which you can refer as you build your own applications. It will help you harness the power of EJBs and take your Java EE 8 development to the next level. You'll gain the knowledge and skills you’ll need to create the complex enterprise applications that run today's transactions and more. What You'll Learn Build applications with Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) in the new Java EE 8 platform Discover when to use EJBs over contexts and dependency injection Use message-driven beans to do tasks asynchronously Integrate EJBs with microservices using the new Eclipse Microprofile project Manage complex enterprise transactions and much more Who This Book Is For Java programmers new to enterprise development and for those who may have experience with EJBs but are new to Java EE 8, EE4J, and related Eclipse projects.
Now that you have a rough idea of EJB 3, let's take a look at a simple application
based on this technology. This application will surprise you with its simplicity, but
it will also give you a high-level view of how to build and deploy applications ...
Author: Yuli Vasiliev
Beginning Database-Driven Application Development in JavaTM EE: Using GlassFishTM focuses on the open source GlassFish persistence engine. This book shows Java programmers how to develop applications utilizing relational database technologies with examples using Oracle and MySQL and the GlassFish application development framework and deployment platform all based on Java EE. The book explains in detail how you can organize your Java EE solution into a multilayer architecture, placing most emphasis on how to implement the persistence and database tiers of an application. Through many examples, this book shows how you can efficiently use the Java Persistence features available in the Java EE platform. Find out how you can greatly simplify the task of building the persistence layer of your Java EE application by moving some application logic into the underlying database, utilizing database views, stored programs, and triggers. The book also explains how to deploy Java EE applications to GlassFish, a free, open source Java EE 5–compliant application server.
What you will learn from this book: - Everything you need to know about Jakarta EE and MicroProfile API - How to set up your development environment to build Enterprise applications and Microservices on the top of WildFly.
Author: Francesco Marchioni
A hands-on practical guide disclosing all areas of Enterprise development, covering details about Jakarta EE with lots of examples to be run on the full distribution of WildFly application server or using WildFly Bootable Jar as a Microservice. The first part of the book covers everything from the foundation components (EJB, Servlets, CDI, JPA) to the new technology stack defined in Java Enterprise Edition (now Jakarta EE 8), including the new Batch API, JSON-P API, the Concurrency API,Web Sockets, the JMS 2.0 API, the core Web services stack (Jakarta REST Services, Jakarta SOAP Services). The testing area with Arquillian framework and the Security API is also fully covered in this part. At the end of this part, you will be able to create and deploy Enterprise applications on the top of Jakarta EE 8 runtimes (WildFly 21) and Jakarta EE 9 (WildFly 22 or newer). The second part of the book discusses how to integrate the Jakarta Enterprise API with the Microprofile specification, to provide essential services to develop robust microservices such as the Configuration API, the Health API, the Fault tolerance API, the OpenAPI and Tracing API, the Metrics API, JWT Authentication API and REST Client API. Finally, the third book covers how to build Microservices using WildFly Bootable jar technology and how to deploy them on the cloud with Red Hat OpenShift. What you will learn from this book: - Everything you need to know about Jakarta EE and MicroProfile API - How to set up your development environment to build Enterprise applications and Microservices on the top of WildFly. - How to use Maven plugin to simplify your project scaffolding - Learning the foundation components that constitute the backbone of your applications: EJB, CDI, JPA, JAX-RS, JAX-WS - Learn how to build loosely coupled applications using the straightforward JMS 2.0 API - Learn how to test your applications with Arquillian in a managed environment, remote environment and even on the cloud! - Discover how to develop Concurrent and Compliant Enterprise applications using the Concurrency API and how to define Batch Jobs for your tasks. - Secure applications (Web/EJB) with standard and custom login modules. How to encrypt the communication of EJB applications and Web applications. - How to enhance your Jakarta EE stack with Microprofile API to build robust Microservices - How to turn your Jakarta EE applications in Microservices using WildFly bootable jar.
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If you are working with Eclipse and are going to be doing a lot of EJB development , you should definitely explore this option . The EJB 3 . 0
specification , due out within a year , promises to change all this , at least
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Author: Carl Albing
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Describes Java application development on Linux, covering such topics as business-logic object analysis, Java servlet UIs, JSP, Swing GUIs, and database design.
The Complete Guide to Installing and Configuring the GlassFish Application
Server and Developing Java EE 5 ... How to develop applications using EJB 3 ,
including how to take advantage of container - managed transactions and EJB ...
Author: David R. Heffelfinger
Publisher: Packt Pub Limited
The book aims to speed up the reader in Java EE 5 development. All major Java EE 5 APIs and the details of the GlassFish server are covered followed by examples of its use. This book is aimed at Java developers wishing to become proficient with Java EE 5, who are expected to have some experience with Java and to have developed and deployed applications in the past, but need no previous knowledge of Java EE or J2EE. It teaches the reader how to use GlassFish to develop and deploy applications.
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Author: Michael Sikora
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
A Practical Book and eBook Guide for developers and architects using the EJB Standard.
Developing Enterprise Applications with Lightweight Frameworks Chris
Richardson. EJB 3 ( continued ) compared to EJB 2 362 – 368 concurrency
options 403 deleting orphans 369 dependency injection 365 , 390 – 392
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Author: Chris Richardson
Publisher: Manning Publications Company
The standard platform for enterprise application development has been EJB but the difficulties of working with it caused it to become unpopular. They also gave rise to lightweight technologies such as Hibernate, Spring, JDO, iBATIS and others, all of which allow the developer to work directly with the simpler POJOs. Now EJB version 3 solves the problems that gave EJB 2 a black eye-it too works with POJOs. POJOs in Action describes the new, easier ways to develop enterprise Java applications. It describes how to make key design decisions when developing business logic using POJOs, including how to organize and encapsulate the business logic, access the database, manage transactions, and handle database concurrency. This book is a new-generation Java applications guide: it enables readers to successfully build lightweight applications that are easier to develop, test, and maintain.
Practical J2EE Development Igor Livshin ... If your application uses CMP beans
in which the underlying data changes infrequently, you might gain significantly
better performance by using this ... because EJB applications are not permitted to
update such CMP beans. ... that all instances of this bean type are to have their
cached data invalidated at, for example, 3 A.M., no matter when they were
Author: Igor Livshin
The author provides a practical, step-by-step approach in teaching how to use the IBM J2EE server side development tool called WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD) for developing J2EE distributed applications.
Author: Richard Monson-HaefelPublish On: 2006-05-16
This fifth edition, written by Bill Burke and Richard Monson-Haefel, has been updated to capture the very latest need-to-know Java technologies in the same award-winning fashion that drove the success of the previous four strong-selling ...
Author: Richard Monson-Haefel
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
If you're up on the latest Java technologies, then you know that Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.0 is the hottest news in Java this year. In fact, EJB 3.0 is being hailed as the new standard of server-side business logic programming. And O'Reilly's award-winning book on EJB has been refreshed just in time to capitalize on the technology's latest rise in popularity. This fifth edition, written by Bill Burke and Richard Monson-Haefel, has been updated to capture the very latest need-to-know Java technologies in the same award-winning fashion that drove the success of the previous four strong-selling editions. Bill Burke, Chief Architect at JBoss, Inc., represents the company on the EJB 3.0 and Java EE 5 specification committees. Richard Monson-Haefel is one of the world's leading experts on Enterprise Java. Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, 5th Edition is organized into two parts: the technical manuscript followed by the JBoss workbook. The technical manuscript explains what EJB is, how it works, and when to use it. The JBoss workbook provides step-by-step instructions for installing, configuring, and running the examples from the manuscript on the JBoss 4.0 Application Server. Although EJB makes application development much simpler, it's still a complex and ambitious technology that requires a great deal of time to study and master. But now, thanks to Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, 5th Edition, you can overcome the complexities of EJBs and learn from hundreds of practical examples that are largeenough to test key concepts but small enough to be taken apart and explained in the detail that you need. Now you can harness the complexity of EJB with just a single resource by your side.
J2EE product providers typically include companies that sell applications ,
databases , and hardware such as iPlanet ... Assembly — The assembler takes
the war and ejb - jar files developed inhouse or purchased from third party
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Author: Pravin Tulachan
Publisher: Prentice Hall Ptr
The practical, hands-on guide to EJB 2.0 for every Java developer. Making the most of EJB 2.0 within the context of the entire J2EE 1.3 platform, this guide includes case study exercises in every chapter that integrate into a full-fledged enterprise application.
Component-based Development for the J2EE Platform Vlada Matena, Sanjeev
Krishnan, Beth Stearns. 4.3.3 The Benefits Enrollment Business Process Figures
4.8 and 4.9 illustrate the interactions that occur among the parts of the application
during the benefits ... Login Screen — From a browser, the user starts by entering
the URL of the En- rollmentWeb's starting JSP. Before invoking the
EnrollmentWeb Web application, the Web container displays a login page to the
user. The user ...
Author: Vlada Matena
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
Category: Business & Economics
Written by the architects of the Enterprise JavaBean (EJB) specification, "Applying Enterprise JavaBeans, Second Edition is an advanced programming guide and reference source which has been updated and expanded to reflect updates in the EJB 2.1 specification. This book is an invaluable resource for IT personnel building in-house applications and for the independent software vendors (ISVs) building applications for sale to enterprise. The authors use example applications to clearly illustrate many of the typical problems encountered in enterprise application development, and to help developers learn to use the newest features of the EJB. "Applying Enterprise JavaBeans™, Second Edition also explores the use of EJB architecture in the construction and accessing of Web services, thus integrating applications across enterprises with interoperable, standards-based protocols and service description formats. In-depth coverage includes such EJB topics as: Support for Web services and security managementMessage-driven beans and integration with Java Messaging Service (JMS)Session beans--including a discussion of the differences between stateful and stateless session beansEntity beans--including life cycle, persistence management, and container managementTransaction managementEJB Query Language "Applying Enterprise JavaBeans™, Second Edition discusses when and how each EJB feature should be used in applications and concludes with a comprehensive API reference for developers. This book is an essential addition to every Java programmer's bookshelf. 0201914662B12192002
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followed . The second Web application , the EJB model ( Figure 10–3 ) , uses
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Author: David J. Gallardo
Publisher: Prentice Hall Ptr
The hands-on tutorial for Java developers who want to integrate their applications with the industy leading Oracle 8i and 9i databases. Provides an introduction to database design, including the essentials of SQL, to get Java programmers started with Oracle comfortably, confidently and quickly! Covers important Java database technologies, such as JDBC and JDO - step-by-step, with examples. Covers both Oracle 8i and 9I - including new 9i features, such as object-relational features, all highlighted with examples.
Discovering EJBs While it is quite easy to draw pictures of a 3 - tier system
containing boxes labelled “ EJB , " it is important to identify what application
functionality should go into an EJB . At the start of application development ,
regardless of ...
Author: Martin Bond
Publisher: Sams Publishing
Sams Teach Yourself J2EE in 21 Days introduces the Java 2 Enterprise Edition to Java programmers in 21 straightforward, example-driven lessons.
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Building web applications that are maintainable and extensible requires a significant amount of design and planning before even a single line of code can be written. However, by leveraging pre-written development frameworks, a development team can reduce the amount of time it takes to deploy an application, while at the same time promoting reuse. Traditionally, development frameworks required significant amounts of time and energy to implement. The alternative to implementing a framework was to purchase one, but this was often an expensive option that required a significant commitment to one software vendor.