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Instant Enterprise JavaBeans Paperback – January 24, 2001
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From the Back Cover
The Ultimate Collection of Ready-to-Use Code and Expert Techniques for Developing and Using Enterprise JavaBeans!
Create reusable components, speed up development time, and leverage the cross-platform power of Java using this solution-packed guide to Enterprise JavaBeans. Filled with tons of ready-to-use EJBs, this unique cookbook will allow you to build Java-based components spanning a wide range of functions--from accessing online catalogs to querying inventory from wireless devices. Organized by EJB type, and marked with CD icons for easy cross-referencing, no other book provides you with more thorough or hands-on coverage. Appropriate for all types of Java programmers and Web developers, key topics covered include:
* Building transaction-based server-side applications
* Developing automated ordering procedures
* Creating calculators and calendars within applications
* Updating customer credit lines
* Keeping inventory current
* Ensuring security and supporting a range of state of the art business applications
Important coverage includes:
* Java 2 Enterprise Edition
* Session and entity Beans
* Online catalog
* Packaging the enterprise application and JNDI
* Improving database performance
* Modifiable runtime data
* Security issues
This useful guidebook shows how to build each of the major types of EJBs, and the bonus CD-ROM contains ready-to-run code which will save you hundreds of hours of programming time. If you¿re looking to build real-world Java-based applications with precision and speed, then Instant Enterprise JavaBeans is the only book you'll need.
About the Author
Paul Tremblett is a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Cap Gemini Erst and Young. He has been programming in Java since the first Java Development Kit was released. Paul is the author of Instant JavaServer Pages, has written articles for Dr. Dobbs Journal, and is a frequent presenter at technical conferences.
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Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunately, the examples were not written to run out of the box on Linux and other UNIX environments. After unzipping the examples zip file provided on the CD-ROM in Linux, I found that all the filenames were truncated. In order for a Java source file to be compiled, the filename must match either the public interface or public class defined in the file. Hence one needs to rename these files if they are to be used out of the box on Linux, which is a minor inconvenience.
When looking at Chapter 5: Then Center of Business, I felt like I needed clarification on how the source code worked. Unfortunately the author's website listed in the endcover states:
This is the future home for information related to Paul Tremblett's two books:
Instant JavaServer Pages Instant Enterprise JavaBeans (Jan 26, 2000)
Content will be coming soon!
It is currently July 2001. If Paul Tremblett can assemble this website complete with contact information, I will be a much happier customer.
I went to Sun's web site and downloaded the J2EE tutorial, which is free. Of course there are several things to download to get a complete running environment, but if you follow their instructions very carefully, everything works! Perhaps Sun's instructions were more thorough than this book's.
So if you don't already have a Windows 2000 J2EE environment up and running, don't start with this book.