Special Edition Using EJB 2.0starts with a description of how EJB fits into the big picture of J2EE development, then covers such topics as: Locating EJB's using JNDI Managing data with EJB Query Language Building JMS applications using the new Message-driven Bean Planning EJB applications using design patterns Later chapters describe advanced development topics including interoperability, horizontal services and clustering. Throughout the book, the authors construct a component-based auction web site using the J2EE architecture as a practical example.A use-case diagram identifies the use cases to be supported by a system and the actors that interact with them, but it doesna#39;t ... The rest of this section describes the details of each of the use cases to be implemented by the auction example.
|Title||:||Using Enterprise JavaBeans 2.0|
|Author||:||Chuck Cavaness, Brian Keeton|
|Publisher||:||Que Publishing - 2002|