Chapter 4. Session Beans with JDBC

Topics in This Chapter

  • Relational Databases and EJB

  • Introducing Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)

  • Session Beans as Database Readers

  • A Java Swing Application Client

  • A JSP Client

  • The Data Access Object (DAO) Pattern

  • Customizing EJBs with Deployment Descriptors

Enterprise applications frequently need to access data stored permanently in a database. Depending on the application, it may be necessary to create records, search for records, or manipulate records by performing an update operation to a database. Consider, for instance, a web application allowing customers to purchase products online. This program might need to access a database to read catalog information, find or create customer records, and build purchase ...

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