In this video, Emmanuel Henri covers the requirements of the course.
- [Instructor] Coming in to this course you should have a good understanding of Java concepts and its syntax. If not feel free to do a search for Java basics and get a good understanding of the proper syntax with Java. I will be using a Windows machine to demonstrate my examples but know it works primarily the same on Mac or Linux.
- 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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