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Java for the Web with Servlets, JSP, and EJB: A Developer’s Guide to J2EE Solutions by Budi Kurniawan

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Chapter 28. Enterprise JavaBeans

Enterprise JavaBeans

In previous chapters, you learned how to develop and deploy servlet and JSP applications. Both servlet and JSP are good technologies in use today that are continuing to get more and more popular.

From this chapter on, you will learn how to develop and deploy Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) applications. For the most part, for simple web applications you should probably stick with servlets/JSP and avoid EJB altogether. If robustness and scalability are an issue, however, you should consider developing an EJB application. As this chapter shows, there are many benefits that make EJB appealing.

The EJB technology depends on ...

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