Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans, 2nd Edition
About the Author.
About the Coauthors.
Introduction to the Book.
PART ONE: OVERVIEW.
Chapter 1. Introduction.
Chapter 2. EJB Fundamentals.
Chapter 3. Writing Your First Bean.
PART TWO: THE TRIAD OF BEANS.
Chapter 4. Introduction to Session Beans.
Chapter 5. Introduction to Entity Beans.
Chapter 6. Writing Bean-Managed Persistent Entity Beans.
Chapter 7. Writing Container-Managed Persistent Entity Beans.
Chapter 8. Introduction to Message-Driven Beans.
Chapter 9. Adding Functionality to Your Beans.
PART THREE: ADVANCED EJB CONCEPTS.
Chapter 10. Transactions.
chapter 11. BMP and CMP Relationships.
Chapter 12. Persistence Best Practices.
Chapter 13. EJB Best Practices and Performance Optimizations.
Chapter 14. Large-Scale System Design.
Chapter 15. Starting Your EJB Project on the Right Foot.
Chapter 16 Choosing an EJB Server.
Chapter 17. EJB-J2EE Integration: Building a Complete Application.
PART FOUR: APPENDIXES.
Appendix A: RMI-IIOP and JNDI Tutorial.
Appendix B: CORBA Interoperability.
Appendix C: Deployment Descriptor Reference.
Appendix D: The EJB Query Language (EJB-QL) Reference.
Appendix E: API and Diagram Reference.
SCOTT W. AMBLER is the author and editor of a series of successful books on Java and object technology. He is also a frequent speaker at major conferences.
TYLER JEWELL is a software engineer at Talarian SmartSockets and is the primary author of all BEA WebLogic Server courses. He is also a speaker at a wide variety of conferences including Java Expo, Object Expo, Cysive, and JavaOne.
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