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EJB

I recently interviewed Java Champion Adam Bien, asking him about Java EE 6 and some other currently prominent issues in Java technology.
2009-12-14
Java Champion Adam Bien talks with java.net editor Kevin Farnham about JavaEE and enterprise computing best practices in this java.net Community Corner 2009 podcast.
2009-07-15
Sangeetha S. and Subrahmanya S. V. look into the many uses of annotations in Java EE 5.
2007-05-22
Sangeetha S and Subrahmanya S V look at the specifics of what's changed from EJB 2.x to 3.0 and introduce strategies for making the move.
2007-01-23
Jason Li looks at Apt and the evolving JSR-269 annotation processors as a means of validating annotations in your Java EE code.
2006-06-29
David Musicant dispels the myth of non-inheritance for EJB 2.0 entity beans by clarifying the concept of components and showing how they can support inheritance.
2005-10-25
Krishna Srinivasan looks at the major innovations of Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 and how they differ from earlier versions of the standard.
2005-08-18
Olexiy Prohorenko shows how to use Hibernate for your applications persistence needs, and pick up container-managed transactions in the process.
2005-01-20
Olexiy Prohorenko shows how Cactus can be used to expose Enterprise JavaBeans to JUnit test cases.
2004-12-07
The proposed EJB 3.0 specification defines a new syntax to simplify development, but Rajat Taneja and Ganesh Prasad say it fails to address fundamental flaws in the model. They have an alternative proposal.
2004-08-05