Enterprise JavaBeans Component Architecture : Designing and Coding Enterprise Applications
A practical guide to using EJB for experienced software developers. It covers J2EE Architecture, Servlets and JSP, EJB, JDBC, AMI-IIOP, JTA, JMS, JNDI, Java IDL, JavaMail, XML, EJB Roles, EJB Types Session Beans - Stateless Session Beans - Stateful, Entity Beans - Container-Managed Persistence; Entity Beans - Bean-Managed Persistence, Message-Driven Beans.
- Paperback | 464 pages
- 178.1 x 234.7 x 32.5mm | 862.55g
- 01 Apr 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
- w. figs.
Table of contents
Preface. About the Front Cover. Acknowledgments. 1. Introduction. What Is the Enterprise JavaBeans Architecture? How This Book Is Organized. Our Vision. Reader Audience. About the Examples. Source Code Online.2. Enterprise JavaBeans Overview. The J2EE Architecture. The J2EE Components. The J2EE Application Server. Enterprise JavaBeans. Key Point Summary.3. Stateless Session Beans. Introducing Stateless Session Beans. The Loan Enterprise Bean. Stand-alone Java Application Client. Web Component Client (JSP Client). Design Guidelines and Patterns. Key Point Summary.4. Session Beans with JDBC. Session Beans and JDBC. Music Stateless Session Bean. A Java Swing Application Client. JSP Web Component Client. Data Access Object Pattern. Design Guidelines and Patterns. Key Point Summary.5. Stateful Session Beans. Introducing Stateful Session Beans. MusicCart Stateful Session Bean. Value List Iterator Pattern. Web Component Client. Local Interfaces. Design Guidelines and Patterns. Key Point Summary.6. Entity Beans with BMP. Introducing Entity Beans. Customer Entity Bean. Entity Bean Test Client. Transaction Overview. Session Facade Pattern. Web Component Client. Design Guidelines and Patterns. Key Point Summary.7. Entity Beans with CMP. Introducing Container-Managed Persistence. The Three Entity Beans. Session Facade Pattern. Web Component Client. Administrator Client. Design Guidelines and Patterns. Key Point Summary.8. Message-Driven Beans. Messaging Architectures. Introducing JMS. Designing Message-Driven Beans. Student Message-Driven Bean. ShipOrder Message-Driven Bean. Design Guidelines and Patterns. Key Point Summary.Appendix A. MusicApp Swing Application.Index.
About Paul Anderson
GAIL ANDERSON, founding member and Director of Research at Anderson Software Group, specializes in Java technology, UNIX/Linux, C, C++, and object-oriented design. The courseware she has developed for Anderson Software includes materials on EJB, JSP and servlet technologies, JDBC API, and UML. PAUL ANDERSON, founding member and Director of Training at Anderson Software Group, specializes in making the technical aspects of software engineering understandable. He has taught courses at IBM, AT&T, Yahoo, Hewlett-Packard, the U.S. Navy, Qualcomm, and other leading firms. Gail Anderson and Paul Anderson have co-authored three books, including Prentice Hall's The UNIX C Shell Field Guide and Navigating C++ and Object-Oriented Design.Visit Anderson Software Group, Inc. at www.asgteach.com