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ID: 19127, JBuilder EJB Programming

by Tim McEvoy Email: Anonymous

This book guides the experienced Java programmer through the advanced techniques available in JBuilder and focuses on the development of JavaBeans and Enterprise JavaBeans.
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JBuilder EJB Programming guides the experienced Java programmer through the advanced Java techniques available in JBuilder, the premier Java programming tool. The book focuses on the development of JavaBeans and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) and how to develop them more efficiently using JBuilder. Beginning with an introduction to beans, the author discusses persistence, remote calls, stateless and stateful session beans, and integrating Java and database programming. There is specific emphasis on advanced features, including exception handling, security, and the use of CORBA in distributed Java applications.

Each chapter contains key terms and review questions. The appendixes include resources, a glossary, and an HTML primer.

Learn to:
* Develop and compile JavaBeans and Enterprise JavaBeans.
* Implement bean-managed and container-managed persistence.
* Use the different types of enterprise beans.
* Integrate Java Server Pages with Enterprise JavaBeans.
* Handle exceptions with the EJBException and RemoteException classes.
* Define security attributes with EJB.

Chuck Easttom is currently the department chair for the Computer Information Systems department at a two-year private technical college in the Dallas area. He has several years of professional software development experience using Java, JavaScript, Visual Basic, C, C++, and HTML. His career has included software consulting in the financial industry, telecommunications software product development, and web development. Easttom, who holds over 20 computer certifications, is also the author of Learn JavaScript and Advanced JavaScript, Second Edition.

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