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Description of EJB 3

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Enterprise beans are the Java EE server side components that run inside the ejb container and encapsulate the business logic of an enterprise application. EJB3 is an advance version of EJB2 included in JAVA EE 5 specification. The main focus for this spec

Description of EJB 3

   

Enterprise beans are the Java EE server side components that run inside the ejb container and encapsulate the business logic of an enterprise application. EJB3 is an advance version of EJB2 included in JAVA EE 5 specification. The main focus for this specification is on Ease Of Development (EoD). This has been simplified by using metadata attribute annotations supported by JDK 5.0. 

EJB 3 Training Summary 

This training course is designed to implement advanced feature of J2EE introducing the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB 3) technology.  This is a comprehensive training course consisting of both theory and hands-on labs. It covers a wide range of EJB 3 topics ranging from Session Beans, Message Driven Beans and the new EJB Query Language (EJBQL). It uses the release version of Java EE 5.0. In this course, you will learn how to develop an enterprise application in a simple way. 

EJB 3 Training Course Prerequisites 

Before learning this course, we are assuming that the candidate is familiar with the following technologies:

  • Intermediate knowledge of Core Java programming.
  • Creating basic web applications using Servlet & JSP.
  • Some familiarity with SQL, relational databases, and the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) interfaces will be helpful.

  

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