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Developing Applications with Java™ and UML by Paul R. Reed

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IN THIS CHAPTER

We have now reached a significant point in Remulak Productions' project lifecycle. In the next several chapters we will consider many traditional design issues. Iterative development fosters the notion of learning a little, designing a little, and then constructing a little. In this chapter we construct the necessary database components to implement the physical tables for the Remulak Productions solution.

Two alternative approaches will be presented. The first approach will be to use native JDBC calls from JavaBeans to gain access to the data. The second approach will use Enterprise JavaBeans and both container-managed persistence (CMP) and bean-managed persistence (BMP). Prior to those alternatives, the project must translate ...

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