Chapter 3. Implementing a Solution Using EJB 2.0
IN THIS CHAPTER
Now that you have documented the basic design tenets of the BookEaz system in the logical model, it is time to enter coding mode: The days of implementation have arrived. Although some of the Java code you’ll see looks like normal J2SE code, much of it does not; EJB 2.0 radically and irrevocably alters the fundamental look and feel of Java code.
The most pronounced change is in the quantity of Java code needed to implement a Java class. When transformed into EJB 2.0 components, J2SE-based classes containing hundreds of lines of code become EJBs ...