Enterprise JavaBeans for Dummies

Enterprise JavaBeans for Dummies

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  • Release Date: 01 May, 2002
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Author: Mac Rinehart

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Customer Rating: 3.67 of 5 (3 total reviews)

  • 1 starsNot for dummies

    An absolute waste of time. Its all very nice repeating what the EJB specification states but this is supposed to be for dummies.
    Do not go near this book if you have not touched EJB's. Wait for or look for something like Visual EJB or similar.

  • 5 starsVery good even if you know nothing about EJB

    The book helped me to get to beans very quickly, I may need more prctice and another book, but this book gave me all I need to know as an EJB first-timer.

  • 5 starsValuable introduction

    This text brings the accessible style of the Dummies series to a challenging subject. As a peer reviewer of the book, I was initially skeptical that EJB could be treated in a clear, simple manner. However, this guide successfully balances clarity and completeness.

    The focus is appropriately on EJB 2.0 CMP. Particularly useful are the practical recipes and checklists for essential tasks. Some of these tasks are overlooked by other EJB texts, e.g. packaging the application, defining Serializable parameters and loading JNDI properties programmatically.

    Some advanced topics such as SessionSynchronization are touched on, ensuring that "EJB for Dummies" will serve as a useful reference over time.

    The text is a good choice for Java developers at all skill levels who have some familiarity with J2EE and need a detailed introduction to EJB 2.0.