Enterprise JavaBeans

Enterprise JavaBeans

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Guest More than 1 year ago
A REVIEW OF THE FOURTH EDITION] Each edition of this book seems to grow visibly thicker. Perhaps indicative of the still increasing functionality being put into EJBs. The book covers what is currently the latest version, EJB 2.1. Plus also EJB 2.0. Comprehensive. Detailed explanations of Container Managed Persistence and Bean Managed Persistence. Plus how to use Message-Driven Beans and JMS to help put together a loosely coupled distributed system. MDBs and JMS did not exist in the original EJBs. But a clear sense of the need for such emerged soon after, and MDB and JMS were the results. With the flurry of interest on Web Services, we see how EJB 2.1 is compatible with these proposed standards. In future editions, this section may well be heavily expanded. Right now, Web Services are still nascent and more experience is needed with fleshing out optimal standards. Kudos to the authors for including a lengthy section showing how to use JBoss. It is a free application server that supports most EJB 2.1 features. Its zero cost and advanced functionality will appeal to many programmers on a tight budget. This section walks you through combining JBoss with EJBs.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent book if you want to gain thorough knowledge on EJBs. It is organized very well and the current edition fully covers EJB 1.1. Go for it!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
good treatment to the subject. Not very verbose. differences between 1.0 and 1.1 are clarified. Good examples.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This EJB book is very popular and the first one I read. I brought this book because I need to use ejb next weeks. But this book does not help me a lot. It has almost all the import stuff, but very badly organized. It is hard to understand the concept since it always give new and not well defined concept I had three days' hard time until my collegue give another book, ' Enterprise Javabeans' by Tom Valesky, published by Addison-Wesley. Valesky's book is great. Very well organized, concept explained very clear. And it starts with very simple example. So I strongly recommend Tome Valesky's book not this one