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Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is a technology used for developing server-side component for Java platform and Java Enterprise Edition (JEE).

The EJB Basics is an essential component of the programming language for those who want to development software on Java platform, as without the proper knowledge of EJB basics, one cannot develop small to moderate software running on Java platform.

In EJB Basics, you need to learn all the basic components of Enterprise JavaBeans, how to use it in making server side component. Enterprise JavaBeans is quite different from JavaBeans and you should not confuse between the two.

The Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is a technology used for developing server-side component for Java Platform and Java Enterprise Edition (JEE). EJB is a Java API that defines component architecture for multi-tier server and client system.

Originally developed by IBM and later adopted by Sun Microsystems, EJB allows developers to focus on the business logic of the application. EJB is a managed server-side model that provides component architecture for modular construction of enterprise application.

The Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is written in java that allows developers to focus on required business architecture of the model rather than focusing on myriad coding. EJB basics enables rapid and simplified development of distributed, transactional, secure and portable applications in sort, developers get more in less effort.

EJB is an Object Oriented programming that can be implemented into existed system with small modification.

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Posted on: September 6, 2013

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