Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans-Ed Roman, Rima Patel Sriganesh, Gerald Brose

  • Title: Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans
  • Author: Ed Roman, Rima Patel Sriganesh, Gerald Brose
  • Released: 2004-12-08
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  • Pages: 839
  • ISBN: 0764576828
  • ISBN13: 978-0764576829
  • ASIN: 0764576828

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Review Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans, 2nd Ed. by Ed Roman and Scott Ambler includes the new EJB specification and expanded coverage on more advanced topics for developers. (Publishers Weekly)

"...the style is informal, with clear explanations…an enjoyable read and good value for money..." (Computer Bulletin, September 2002)

“…explains Enterprise Java Beans in such a great way that it is worth the price of the book by itself…excellent web site too…”(Cvu, April 2003) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From the Back Cover The bestselling classic is back-and covers the new EJB 2.1 specification!

Building on the overwhelming success of his previous two editions, renowned author Ed Roman has returned-along with Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) gurus Gerald Brose and Rima Patel Sriganesh-to offer you the inside scoop on the EJB 2.1 specification and related enhancements in J2EETM 1.4. Continuing the tradition of providing you with an unparalleled EJB tutorial, this expert team of authors has revised more than 30 percent of the book and added new chapters that explore the dramatic changes in the way EJB is now used for building applications.

Serving as the ultimate resource that boasts the most up-to-date information on EJB, this edition begins with the fundamentals of building an EJB. You'll learn about advanced EJB concepts and best practices that you won't find anywhere else, such as transactions, persistence, clustering, integration, performance monitoring, security, and choosing an EJB Server. Along the way, you'll get in-depth coverage of:

  • EJB security mechanisms
  • Best practices for EJB application development, deployment, and testing
  • Tips for selecting appropriate Web frameworks and EJB containers
  • EJB integration with back-end enterprise information systems using J2EE connector technology
  • Performance optimizations for various types of EJB

The companion Web site includes sample code, updates to the book, and links to useful software used in the book.

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