After walking through JBoss application server installation, the authors discuss JavaServer Faces for dynamic user interfaces, servlet technology for dynamic web applications, JDBC for connecting to databases, entity beans, and message-driven beans.
What does EB stand for?
EB stands for Entity Bean (Enterprise JavaBean)
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Chapters cover development, entity beans relationships, mapping, and more, with code examples, descriptions of processes, tables, and tips on streamlining processes throughout.
2, used for component-based development projects using EJB technology: * Import of UML (unified modeling language) models from Rational Rose to generate EJB entity beans without compromising the object or data models; * Visual interface for mapping objects to data sources; * Automatic generation of EJB entity beans to implement data persistence without requiring manual coding.
Using the product's graphical interface, developers easily generate a persistence layer between EJB entity bean components and relational, legacy and ERP data sources.
It is presumably these considerations which have lead to the inclusion of Entity Beans in a new 1.
It covers the J2EE specification, the Eclipse plug-in paradigm, the Eclipse WTP project, JST, web standard tools, Eclipse web tools installation, J2EE standard tools projects, session and entity beans, message-driven beans, enterprise Java bean packaging and deployment, JavaServer pages, servlets, web packaging and deployment, web services and relational databases.