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

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1.5. About the Examples

Enterprise JavaBeans Component Architecture is an example-driven book. Our goal is to show you how to design effective EJB components through our examples. Each example teaches you some aspect of EJB design. For instance, our first example (Loan EJB) illustrates the design and use of a stateless session bean (see “The Loan Enterprise Bean” on page 36).

The enterprise computing community has developed a rich set of design patterns. Where possible, we apply accepted design patterns within our examples, explaining the benefit that each pattern brings, as well as presenting its complete implementation. See, for example, the Session Facade Pattern implemented in several examples (“Session Facade Pattern” on page 250 as well ...

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