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

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1.4. Reader Audience

We are writing to an audience of Java programmers. If you're reading this book, then you're interested in enterprise computing. A complete enterprise application entails many parts: one or more clients, an application server to manage the EJBs you write and deploy, and a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) to execute Java bytecode. Clients come in many flavors: a command-line Java program, a Java Server Pages (JSP) web component, or even a client that uses Java's Swing GUI are all common types of clients. Some familiarity with database software is helpful. Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) is the Java API for portable database operations. While we don't assume you know JSP or JDBC, we do provide only an overview of these subjects—enough ...

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