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There is also a simple online “shopping cart” example, written with both “stateless” and “stateful” session beans.

Enterprise Java Beans: Developing Component Based Distributed Applications by Tom Valesky

Learn more about Amazon Prime. Ravindra Reddy is currently reading it Nov 16, No access code or CD included unless specified. Pushpa marked it as to-read May 02, Those of us who have struggled through Version 1.

This book presents an overview of the architecture, using a “Hello, world! It turned out that this book taught me much less than I learned from the EJB Spec itself, which is more clear, logical and rigorous. This book claims to cover the complex process of component based distributed computing with Enterprise JavaBeans. Read reviews that mention enterprise javabeans good introduction valesky book code examples introduction to ejb ejb book chapter weblogic development subject technology authoritative details developer overview specs available based contains course.


To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. Chapter 2 is an exhaustive and brain numbing chapter covering all the classes, methods and properties of EJB. We may ship from Asian regions for inventory purpose.

Enterprise Javabeans by Valesky, Tom

One person found this helpful. Enterprise JavaBeans tm facilitates the development of distributed Java tm applications, providing an object-oriented transactional environment for building distributed, component-based, multitier enterprise applications.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Even if the reader has little or no experience with multi-tier application development, they will have a good feel for it and for EJB after reading this book.

Enterprise Javabeans

One computer laser optical disc in pocket attached to inside back cover. There are also some errors in the code examples, like listing 3.

You’ll find expert tips and enterprisw for constructing distributed systems; a detailed walkthrough of building a networked time management system; a preview of the future of the Enterprise JavaBeans valeskj and much more. Want to Read saving…. Enterpris online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. A – Z Books Condition: Enterprise JavaBeans is designed to get you up-to-speed quickly, focusing on the exact information you need to become an effective Enterprise JavaBeans programmer.


SP marked it as to-read Jan 17, I started off with it,thinking that it would provide me with the substance I need to for beginning with my professional level applications using EJB. He gives interesting and complete real-world examples.

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I felt like what I actually read in Chapter 2 made sense despite the overload. Lack details when compared to O’Reilly’s book. Enyerprise for telling us about the problem. Madhav Anupoju marked it as to-read Mar 07, This single location in Australian Capital Territory: However, the book goes permanently downhill afterwards.

This example-filled book serves as an introduction and tutorial, and provides the in-depth information you need to handle real-world programming challenges. Arunkumar marked it as to-read Jan ajvabeans, It’s a simple, step by step introduction to using the Enterprise JavaBeans technology, explaining both its background and how to use it develop real-world applications. Read more Read less.