Learn how to use Enterprise Java Beans to develop secure, distributed applications. This course covers databases, session beans, message-driven beans, servlets, testing, and more.
- [Manny] Have you ever wanted to build a server side component that controls the business logic of your application with JAVA? Are you curious about what exactly is Enterprise Beans and the different types of beans available? If you've been looking for this information, you've come to the right place. In this course, we'll explore the basics of Enterprise Beans and how you can use them to build your business logic components. Hi, I'm Manny Henri and I've managed and worked on many Java EE projects where we leverage Enterprise Beans for business logic. It will be my pleasure to explore how to work with them. First, we'll go through an introduction of what are Enterprise Beans and the building blocks of such a project. Then, we'll move onto in depth exploration of session Beans and it's different types. Next, we'll look into message driven Beans and how they work in their syntax. And finally, we'll look into how you can access the Beans from the client perspective and the proper syntax for this purpose. So if you're ready to explore Enterprise Beans and it's components, open up your favorite editor and let's get started.
- Defining Enterprise Java Bean
- Using EJB JAR files
- Setting up EJB
- Setting up a database
- Adding an entity for interactions
- Using session beans
- Using stateless and stateful beans
- Using singleton session beans
- Creating a message-driven bean
- Accessing beans
- Creating ListRecords and PostRecords servlets
- Testing EJB projects