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

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Preface

The vision for this project began with the idea to write an example-driven book on Enterprise JavaBeans. We wanted to create a text that was not too long, yet one that contains enough substance to satisfy the enterprise architect. We looked for examples that apply to real-world requirements but are not overly complicated. We aimed for robust solutions that readers could adapt to their own particular needs. We applied industry-standard patterns to our designs with the hope that readers would have more success in applying a newly learned technology. Furthermore, we wanted our examples to show a complete solution, from the underlying database structure to the web component front end.

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