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Not just another EJB book, EJB 2.0 Rapid Enterprise Development distinguishes itself in two key ways. First, author Peter Thaggard builds his examples from the new paradigms introduced in EJB 2.0 rather than simply rewriting EJB 1.0 code. The changes in EJB 2.0 programming—particularly in the areas of deployment descriptors and data persistence—require a new way of thinking about application architecture. The second distinction comes from the use of a project life-cycle approach. Thaggard presents examples using ...
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Overview

Not just another EJB book, EJB 2.0 Rapid Enterprise Development distinguishes itself in two key ways. First, author Peter Thaggard builds his examples from the new paradigms introduced in EJB 2.0 rather than simply rewriting EJB 1.0 code. The changes in EJB 2.0 programming—particularly in the areas of deployment descriptors and data persistence—require a new way of thinking about application architecture. The second distinction comes from the use of a project life-cycle approach. Thaggard presents examples using the define-describe-build approach advocated by the thought leaders in object-oriented programming rather than simply laying out the features of the EJB specification. The result is a readable book that will successfully guide new EJB programmers and those migrating from EJB 1.x.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780672321788
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 11/11/2002
  • Series: Kick Start Series
  • Pages: 381
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.14 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Pt. I Fundamental EJB 3
1 The Status Quo 5
2 Designing a Solution Using EJB 29
3 Implementing a Solution Using EJB 2.0 55
4 Complex Entity Beans and Local Objects 81
5 Session Beans and Message-Driven Beans 107
Pt. II Reference 125
6 All About Deployment 127
7 Entity Beans 189
8 Session Bean Reference 243
9 Message-Driven Bean (MDB) Reference 273
10 EJB 2.1 Web Service and Timer Service Support 285
Pt. III Appendixes 299
A Introduction to UML for Analysis and Design 301
B Installing and Configuring the J2EE Reference Server 315
C Installing and Configuring WebLogic Server 321
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