Join Emmanuel Henri for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Java EE 7: Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB).
- [Emmanuel] This course was about learning … how to work with Enterprise Beans … and build your own business logic. … If you got lost while watching this course … you might need to get a bit more knowledge … around some of the subjects discussed and used. … For instance, if you need to get back into Java development … search our library as we have many courses related … to the subject. … Feel free to also look into Oracle's documentation … to find more information on the language. … And finally, if you'd like to push your knowledge … and practice further with Java Enterprise Edition Frameworks … feel free to search for Java EE in our library … and you'll find tons of courses to feed your need … and push your knowledge. … Thanks very much for taking my course … and I'll see ya in a bit. … …
- 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
Skill Level Beginner
Building JSF Web Applications with Java EE 7with Christian Hur2h 25m Intermediate
1. Introduction to EJB
2. Build Blocks of a Bean
3. Session Beans
4. Message-Driven Beans
5. Access the Beans
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