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Bitter EJB

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Addressing the storming controversy of EJB head-on, this guide discusses framework problems and common traps that can snare unwary developers. Advice is provided for choosing persistence strategies beyond EJB entity beans and a list of several entity bean antipatterns. Also offered are session bean and messaging antipatterns and a compelling discussion about how and when t
Paperback, 350 pages
Published June 15th 2003 by Manning Publications (first published June 1st 2003)
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مروان عادل
A very good book, demonstrating by example the worst classic practices in using the EJB an how to overcome it
I really liked this book's approach. It presents problems first (the "bitter" part) in a very concrete manner and then ways of dealing with those problems. It has a concise writing style. It isn't trying to push a development ideology as so many enterprise Java books do.
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