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Applying Enterprise JavaBeans 2.1: Component-Based Development for the J2EE Platform (2nd Edition)

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    This book provides an in-depth coverage of the Enterprise JavaBeans™ architecture. It describes how to distribute enterprise applications using the EJB component architecture.

    Readers of this book should be familiar with the Java™ programming language and have had some exposure to enterprise beans and the EJB architecture. Although we briefly cover the basics of the EJB architecture, this book is not meant to be a tutorial for those just getting started with enterprise beans. Instead, the book provides an in-depth coverage of the EJB architecture for IT personnel implementing applications in-house and for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) developing generic applications for sale to enterprises.

    The EJB architecture defines a component model for enterprise applications. It describes:

    How to design an application as a set of components How the components interact with each other How the components interact with their EJB Container

    The EJB architecture defines these interactions as contracts, and they enable applications to use components from different sources. Because EJB components must adhere to these contracts, an application can consist of software components from multiple vendors.

    The EJB 1.1 specification defines the architecture contracts mainly from the point of view of the container vendor. In contrast, this book tries to present the EJB architecture from the point of view of the application developer, that is, the person who develops EJB applications.

    Product details
    • Series: Java Series
    • Pages: 496 pages
    • Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional; 2 edition
    • Language: English

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