By Debu Panda, Reza Rahman, Ryan Cuprak, Michael Remijan
Building at the bestselling first variation, EJB three in motion, moment Edition tackles EJB 3.2 head-on, via a number of code samples, real-life eventualities, and illustrations. This publication is a fast paced educational for Java EE 6 company part improvement utilizing EJB 3.2, JPA 2, and CDI. in addition to protecting the fundamentals of EJB 3.2, this ebook comprises in-depth EJB 3.2 inner implementation information, most sensible practices, layout styles, and function tuning tips.
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About the Book
The EJB three framework presents a regular method to seize company common sense in practicable server-side modules, making it more uncomplicated to put in writing, retain, and expand Java EE purposes. EJB 3.2 presents extra improvements and clever defaults and integrates extra absolutely with different Java applied sciences, reminiscent of CDI, to make improvement even easier.
EJB three in motion, moment Edition is a fast paced instructional for Java EE company part builders utilizing EJB 3.2, JPA, and CDI. It tackles EJB head-on via a number of code samples, real-life eventualities, and illustrations. past the fundamentals, this booklet comprises inner implementation information, top practices, layout styles, functionality tuning suggestions, and diverse technique of entry together with net prone, relaxation prone, and WebSockets.
Readers want to know Java. No past adventure with EJB or Java EE is assumed.
- Fully revised for EJB 3.2
- POJO endurance with JPA 2.1
- Dependency injection and bean administration with CDI 1.1
- Interactive program with WebSocket 1.0
About the Authors
Debu Panda, Reza Rahman, Ryan Cuprak, and Michael Remijan are professional Java architects, builders, authors, and group leaders. Debu and Reza coauthored the 1st variation of EJB three in Action.
Table of Contents
- What's what in EJB 3
- A first style of EJB
- Building enterprise common sense with consultation beans
- Messaging and constructing MDBs
- EJB runtime context, dependency injection,and crosscutting good judgment
- Transactions and security
- Scheduling and timers
- Exposing EJBs as net services
- JPA entities
- Managing entities
- Using CDI with EJB 3
- Packaging EJB three applications
- Using WebSockets with EJB 3
- Testing and EJB