EJB 3 1 COOKBOOK REESE RICHARD M
EJB 3.1 Cookbook: M. Reese, Richard: 9781849682381: Amazon
Jun 08, 2011I had the great opportunity to review the EJB 3.1 Cookbook by Richard M. Reese from Packt Publishing. The book provides a number of simple "recipes" for getting specific tasks accomplished in a compact and simple way. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book. Admittedly it much easier to read a cookbook than some other technical content.4.2/5(12)Format: PaperbackAuthor: Richard M. ReeseTitle: EJB 3.1 Cookbook; Author(s): Richard M. Reese; Release date: September 2011; Publisher(s): Packt Publishing; ISBN: 9781849682381
EJB 3.1 cookbook (eBook, 2011) [WorldCat]
Get this from a library! EJB 3.1 cookbook. [Richard M Reese] -- Annotation Enterprise Java Beans enable rapid and simplified development of secure and portable applications based on Java technology. Creating and using EJBs can be challenging and rewarding.
Review of EJB 3.1 Cookbook by Richard M. Reese - Secret
Jul 28, 2011EJB, Java, Packt Publishing Review of EJB 3.1 Cookbook by Richard M. Reese, Packt Publishing Ltd., June 2011, ISBN 978-1- 849682-38-1 This cookbook aims to address the challenge developers and programmers face in learning the EJB 3.1 technology, the chosen development environment and the testing of EJBs.
Using the Update query - EJB 3.1 Cookbook
The Update query normally will include the Update clause, a Set clause and a Where clause. The Update clause is similar in structure to a Select clause, but uses the UPDATE keyword instead. The Set clause follows and starts with the SET keyword and has an assignment looking expression. The Where clause follows the Set clause. For example, to update the dosage for a specific type of mediation
An Introduction to the Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 (EJB 3
Next, we describe how EJB 3.0 addresses these difficulties by describing the proposed significant changes one by one, including the impact on types of enterprise beans, the O/R mapping model, the entity-relationship model, and EJB QL (EJB Query Language). We conclude with code examples using EJB 3.0-based enterprise beans. Limitations of EJB 2.1