Java EE 7: Enterprise Java Beans EJB

Java EE 7: Enterprise Java Beans EJB
Java EE 7: Enterprise Java Beans EJB
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Get introduced to Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) in Java EE 7. Emmanuel Henri walks you through the entire creation of an EJB application programming interface (API). He begins by explaining the benefits EJB. He covers how to set up a database, overcome errors, and create a project. Then, he discusses the fundamentals of session beans and how the syntax of a bean works. Next, he shows how to create message-driven beans. Lastly, he goes through how to create servlets and how to test the EJB items in the server.

Topics include:

  • Defining Enterprise Java Bean
  • Using EJB JAR files
  • Setting up EJB
  • Setting up a database
  • Adding an entity for interactions
  • Using session beans
  • Using stateless and stateful beans
  • Using singleton session beans
  • Creating a message-driven bean
  • Accessing beans
  • Creating ListRecords and PostRecords servlets
  • Testing EJB projects
Table of Contents

1 Leverage the power of Enterprise JavaBeans in your applications
2 What you should know
3 What is an enterprise bean
4 Types of beans
5 Build blocks of a bean
6 What is the EJB JAR file
7 Initial EJB and project setup
8 Set up the database
9 Add an entity for interacting with DB
10 Introduction to session beans
11 Stateless session bean
12 Stateful session bean
13 Singleton session bean
14 Introduction to message-driven beans
15 Create your message-driven bean
16 Finalize message-driven bean
17 Introduction to bean access
18 Create the ListRecords servlet
19 Create the PostRecords servlet
20 Do your own testing
21 Next steps