Whether you're new to EJB and J2EE or you're upgrading from previous versions, this hands-on, practical book will teach you the real "nuts and bolts" of Enterprise JavaBeans 2.0 development. Unlike previous books, this one shows how to make the most of EJB 2.0 within the broader context of the entire J2EE 1.3 platform, helping you use the facilities available throughout the platform and use Enterprise JavaBeans to deliver on all the functionality the platform can offer. This book introduces every significant element of the recently finalized EJB 2.0 specification, using real-world examples you can adapt for your own projects. Every chapter ends with a hands-on project; the book ends by showing how to integrate these projects into one full-fledged enterprise application. Coverage includes packaging and deploying EJB 2.0 components, migrating existing EJB 1.0/1.1 applications to EJB 2.0 environments, and much more. For every Java developer working with J2EE technologies in enterprise environments -- including those new to EJB and J2EE as well as those migrating from EJB 1.0 or 1.1.
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The enterprise Java universe--spanning at least 15 Java APIs and at least twice that many protocols and technologies--is tremendously complex and can appear completely impenetrable to a newcomer. Even if you're competent in Java programming, and even if you know what n-tier programming is all about conceptually, the sheer magnitude of making a Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) application work is intimidating. Pravin Tulachan aims to--and by and large succeeds--untangle the alphabet soup of APIs and show you how to write working J2EE software. He commits none of the popular sins of J2EE books (he neither tries to teach basic Java, neglects the design issues that are critical to J2EE projects, nor glosses too much over deployment). This is a solid book, worth the time of experienced Java hands who want to take the leap into distributed architecture and programming.
Tulachan likes to intermix his code with his prose. He typically explains the need for some procedure to happen next in his design, and then proceeds to show the actual code that does the job. His treatment of the Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) is typical. He explains what JNDI is all about, and then steps through the process of connecting to the local Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) environment and running the required queries against it. It's a strategy that works, made better by the fact that he sticks to the Sun iPlanet reference implementation of the J2EE application server. --David Wall
Topics covered: How to write Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) in the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) environment. Detailed coverage goes to different kinds of beans and different strategies for persistence management, and to deployment under the Sun iPlanet environment, which is more or less standard.From the Back Cover:
A practical guide to Enterprise JavaBeans 2.0 technology.
Developing EJB 2.0 Components is a "nuts and bolts" guide to real-world EJB 2.0 component architecture development. Whether you're new to the J2EE platform or upgrading from previous versions, leading developer and trainer Pravin Tulachan shows you how to make the most of EJB 2.0 technology within the context of the J2EE 1.3 platform. You won't just learn how to use session, entity, and message-driven beans—you'll learn how to leverage J2EE technology to maximize the functionality and robustness of every component you create. Coverage includes:
Many chapters include a complete, easy-to-adapt project. In addition, Tulachan integrates these projects into a full-fledged enterprise application that demonstrates every key facet of EJB 2.0 technology.
Take full advantage of the J2EE platform with the one book that shows you how-Developing EJB 2.0 Components.
Developing EJB 2.0 Components delivers hands-on coverage of:
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Book Description Prentice Hall PTR, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130348635
Book Description Prentice Hall PTR, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130348635
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