Chapter 3. Implementing a Solution Using EJB 2.0

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 ...

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