Introduction to the EJB 3 Architecture Session Beans Entities and the Java Persistence API Advanced Persistence Features Message-Driven Beans EJB and Web Services Integrating Session Beans, Entities, Message-Driven Beans, and Web Services Transaction Management EJB Performance and Testing Context and Dependency Injection (CDI) Packaging and Deployment EJB Client Applications EJB Runtime Environments
- Introduction to the EJB 3 Architecture
- Session Beans
- Entities and the Java Persistence API
- Advanced Persistence Features
- Message-Driven Beans
- EJB and Web Services
- Integrating Session Beans, Entities, Message-Driven Beans, and Web Services
- Transaction Management
- EJB Performance and Testing
- Context and Dependency Injection (CDI)
- Packaging and Deployment
- EJB Client Applications
- EJB Runtime Environments
Develop powerful, standards-based, back-end business logic with Beginning EJB 3, Java EE 7 Edition. Led by an author team with 20 years of combined Enterprise JavaBeans experience, you'll learn how to use the new EJB 3.2 APIs. You'll gain the knowledge and skills you'll need to create the complex enterprise applications that run today's transactions and more.
Targeted at Java and Java EE developers, with and without prior EJB experience, Beginning EJB 3 is packed with practical insights, strategy tips, and code examples. As each chapter unfolds, you'll not only explore a new area of the spec; you'll also see how you can apply it to your own applications through specific examples.
Beginning EJB 3 will serve not only as a reference, but it will also function as a how-to guide and repository of practical examples to which you can refer as you build your own applications. It will help you harness the power of EJBs and take your Java EE 7 development to the next level.
- Aims to be day and date book on new EJB 3.2 (to maybe be called 4) that comes with the new Java EE 7
- Updates well reviewed Beginning EJB 3 Application Development book, which was previous edition of this book.
- EJB is one of the primary topics of interest to Java programmers, developers.