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JavaBeans Unleashed by Rick Leinecker, Dr. Donald Doherty

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Enterprise JavaBeans and Extensible Application Servers

Our step back in history has given us an understanding of application servers. Now, let's see what Enterprise JavaBeans has to offer in that context.

The basic idea behind Enterprise JavaBeans is that a framework is created for components that may be plugged in to a server. This allows that particular server's functionality to be extended. The only similarity between standard JavaBeans and Enterprise JavaBeans is that similar concepts are used. EJB technology is governed by Enterprise JavaBeans Specification. This governing force is very different and much larger than the JavaBeans component specification. The EJB Spec calls out the various players in the EJB client/server system, describes ...

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