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Java EE 5 Development with NetBeans 6 by David Heffelfinger

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Chapter 10. Putting it all Together

Previous chapters have discussed NetBeans support for individual Java EE technologies and APIs. In this chapter we will develop a complete enterprise application taking advantage of most of the technologies discussed in the book, including Enterprise Java Beans, Visual Web JavaServer Faces, and the Java Persistence API.

Creating Our Enterprise Project

The first thing we need to do to create our application is to create a new Enterprise Application project. Enterprise Application projects encapsulate any number of Web Application projects, EJB projects, and Application Client projects. Behind the scenes, Enterprise Application projects are deployed in an Enterprise Archive (EAR) file, which NetBeans generates automatically ...

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