Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans
Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) has proven to be wildly successful and is fast becoming the dominant technology for building server-side applications, including most Web applications. In this much-anticipated new edition, bestselling author Ed Roman teams up with noted software development experts Scott Ambler and Tyler Jewell to once again deliver the definitive guide to all things EJB. Geared toward Web site developers, enterprise application developers, and developers of software components for resale, this book has been updated to cover the latest features of version 2.0--including container services, transactions, design strategies, complex persistence, clustering, project management, and choosing an EJB server--as well as to add new, more advanced programming tips and techniques.
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