Enterprise JavaBeans for Dummies Paperback – 6 May 2002
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From the Back Cover
Get up and running fast and start developing your own EJB solutions
Discover how to implement EJB security features
The ABCs of successful EJB programming – explained in plain English
Enterprise JavaBeans are a powerful tool for building distributed applications. But how do you get the hang of the complex EJB API? This easy–to–follow guide shows you the way. From understanding EJB architecture and containers to building and packaging session beans, entity beans, and message–driven beans, it delivers the know–how you need to get down to work.
The Dummies Way
∗ Explanations in plain English
∗ "Get in, get out" information
∗ Icons and other navigational aids
∗ Tear–out cheat sheet
∗ Top ten lists
∗ A dash of humor and fun
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About the Author
Mac Rinehart is a software developer who runs his own technology consulting company. He is also the author of JavaServer Pages For Dummies.
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I always recommend "For Dummies" books for anyone with no experience in something. And, as usual, I'm pleased with this "For Dummies" book.
Do not go near this book if you have not touched EJB's. Wait for or look for something like Visual EJB or similar.
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