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IBM WebSphere Application Server v7.0 Security by Omar Siliceo

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Creating an EJB project

Once the portal DWP is completed, we can turn our attention to the final component of this mini-project, the EJB. This project is made of a session EJB and three interfaces. One of the interfaces is used as a common interface where the exposed EJB methods are declared. In addition the security annotations from the EJB are declared in this interface as well. The other two interfaces extend the common interface and perform the function of local and remote interface to the EJB. The project is organized in two Java packages. One package will hold the EJB and the other package will hold the interfaces.

Creating the initial project

Using RAD to create an EJB project is very similar in principle to creating other projects. From ...

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