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

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IN THIS CHAPTER

In the last chapter we finally saw the fruits of our hard analysis and design efforts. We crafted a slice of our architectural prototype using a collection of components that had one requirement: not to rely on a commercial container product or use Enterprise JavaBeans. In this chapter we move forward and take the same slice of the architectural prototype created in the last chapter, add additional functionality, and implement it using Enterprise JavaBeans.

We will do things a bit differently in our approach in this chapter. In the last chapter we didn't use the benefits that a visual modeling tool has to offer code generation; in this chapter we will use a visual modeling tool to generate much of our code. But don't worry. Code ...

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