Sams Teach Yourself EJB in 21 Days
Publication date: October 2004
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An in-depth introduction to Enterprise Java Beans, a core component of the Java 2 Enterprise platform. Covers all the new features of EJB 2.0, emphasizing the 'why' and 'best practices' in building EJB applications. Examples have been tested in two of the most popular Java application servers, WebLogic and JBoss. Includes security information for enterprise applications, a very important topic in today's technology arena. Sams Teach Yourself EJB in 21 Days introduces the development and deployment aspects of EJB, the fastest growing standard in developing Java applications in an enterprise environment. EJBs are distributed network-aware components for developing secure, scalable, transactional and multi-user components in a J2EE environment. Sams Teach Yourself EJB in 21 Days covers the new features of EJB 2.0, such as local interface, CMP, and CMR. It provides hands-on examples based on practical solutions found in the industry. Tips and best practices give beginners an edge to avoid repeated mistakes. The review questions provide the reader with a study guide. Source code for a complete credit approval process in a transactional e-commerce environment is provided. Ragae Ghaly is a senior architect for Dimension Data/Proxicom, a global e-business consulting company. His experience is in designing, developing, and deploying large-scale, multi-tier, and mission-critical applications in the financial, automotive, manufacturing, engineering, retail, military, and public safety arenas. Ragae has an MS degree in Computer Science from Florida International University, and has completed all course work for his Ph.D. in Computer Science. Ragae has written about EJBs for Dr. Dobb's Journal. Krishna Kothapalli is a senior software engineer for FineGround Networks, a global Web content company. He has served as a consultant for several Fortune 500 companies. His areas of interest include Enterprise JavaBeans specifically as well as object-oriented distributed systems, the Internet, and Java. Krishna has a Masters degree in Computer Science from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India. Krishna writes about EJB for JavaPro.