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Enterprise JavaBeans, 3.0
By Bill Burke, Richard Monson-Haefel
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Publisher: O'Reilly
Pub Date: May 16, 2006
Print ISBN-10: 0-596-00978-X
Pages: 760
Table of Contents | Index
Enterprise JavaBeans, 3.0
By Bill Burke, Richard Monson-Haefel
...............................................
Publisher: O'Reilly
Pub Date: May 16, 2006
Print ISBN-10: 0-596-00978-X
Pages: 760
Table of Contents | Index
Copyright
Dedication
Foreword
Preface
Part PART I: The EJB 3.0 Standard
Chapter 1. Introduction
Section 1.1. Server-Side Components
Section 1.2. Persistence and Entity Beans
Section 1.3. Asynchronous Messaging
Section 1.4. Web Services
Section 1.5. Titan Cruises: An Imaginary Business
Section 1.6. What's Next?
Chapter 2. Architectural Overview
Section 2.1. The Entity Bean
Section 2.2. The Enterprise Bean Component
Section 2.3. Using Enterprise and Entity Beans
Section 2.4. The Bean-Container Contract
Section 2.5. Summary
Chapter 3. Resource Management and Primary Services
Section 3.1. Resource Management
Section 3.2. Primary Services
Section 3.3. What's Next?
Chapter 4. Developing Your First Beans
Section 4.1. Developing an Entity Bean
Section 4.2. Developing a Session Bean
Chapter 5. Persistence: EntityManager
Section 5.1. Entities Are POJOs
Section 5.2. Managed Versus Unmanaged Entities
Section 5.3. Packaging a Persistence Unit
Section 5.4. Obtaining an EntityManager
Section 5.5. Interacting with an EntityManager
Section 5.6. Resource Local Transactions
Chapter 6. Mapping Persistent Objects
Section 6.1. The Programming Model
Section 6.2. Basic Relational Mapping
Section 6.3. Primary Keys
Section 6.4. Property Mappings
Section 6.5. Multitable Mappings with @SecondaryTable
Section 6.6. @Embedded Objects
Chapter 7. Entity Relationships
Section 7.1. The Seven Relationship Types
Section 7.2. Mapping Collection-Based Relationships
Section 7.3. Detached Entities and FetchType
Section 7.4. Cascading
Chapter 8. Entity Inheritance
Section 8.1. Single Table per Class Hierarchy
Section 8.2. Table per Concrete Class
Section 8.3. Table per Subclass
Section 8.4. Mixing Strategies
Section 8.5. Nonentity Base Classes
Chapter 9. Queries and EJB QL
Section 9.1. Query API
Section 9.2. EJB QL
Section 9.3. Native Queries
Section 9.4. Named Queries
Chapter 10. Entity Callbacks and Listeners
Section 10.1. Callback Events
Section 10.2. Callbacks on Entity Classes
Section 10.3. Entity Listeners
Chapter 11. Session Beans
Section 11.1. The Stateless Session Bean
Section 11.2. SessionContext
Section 11.3. The Life Cycle of a Stateless Session Bean
Section 11.4. The Stateful Session Bean
Section 11.5. The Life Cycle of a Stateful Session Bean
Section 11.6. Stateful Session Beans and Extended Persistence Contexts
Section 11.7. Nested Stateful Session Beans
Chapter 12. Message-Driven Beans
Section 12.1. JMS and Message-Driven Beans
Section 12.2. JMS-Based Message-Driven Beans
Section 12.3. The Life Cycle of a Message-Driven Bean
Section 12.4. Connector-Based Message-Driven Beans
Section 12.5. Message Linking
Chapter 13. Timer Service
Section 13.1. Titan's Maintenance Timer
Section 13.2. Timer Service API
Section 13.3. Transactions
Section 13.4. Stateless Session Bean Timers
Section 13.5. Message-Driven Bean Timers
Section 13.6. Final Words
Chapter 14. The JNDI ENC and Injection
Section 14.1. The JNDI ENC
Section 14.2. Reference and Injection Types
Chapter 15. Interceptors