EJB Client Applications

So far in our journey, we have covered, in detail, session beans, entities using the Java Persistence API (JPA), message-driven beans (MDBs), publishing stateless session beans as Web services, and integrating all of these components. On top of this, we have covered specific details on transactions and performance. While we have been developing simple servlets as our client applications to illustrate how the components work, we haven’t thoroughly discussed the different types of EJB client applications and how to develop them. In this chapter, we will discuss different application architectures in which client ...

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