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Enterprise JavaBeans™ Component Architecture: Designing and Coding Enterprise Applications by Paul Anderson, Gail Anderson

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1.2. How This Book Is Organized

The chapters follow a gradual progression from the simplest type of EJB (stateless session with no database access) to a complete enterprise application with eight EJBs, one web component, and multiple application clients. It's best to read the chapters in this order.

Chapter 2 begins with an overview of the Enterprise JavaBeans architecture. This chapter introduces the J2EE components and explains the role of the application server and container in managing EJBs and the system services they use. You should read this material first if you are new to enterprise beans, but even experienced developers may find it necessary to return to this chapter from time to time. By doing this, you discover how everything fits ...

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