EJB Design Patterns: Advanced Patterns, Processes, and Idioms
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"Floyd Marinescu has done a great job of documenting and organizing a cornucopia of EJB design strategies into one concise and balanced book. I recommend this book to all EJB developers."
Richard Monson-Haefel, author of Enterprise JavaBeans, Third Edition (OReilly 2001)
The job of the EJB developer is constantly challenging, making the task of designing maintainable and scalable systems difficult without a clear set of best practices to follow. It is with this in mind that Floyd Marinescu worked with thousands of J2EE professionals at TheServerSide.com J2EE community to build a library of design patterns, strategies, and best practices for EJB design and development.
EJB Design Patterns goes beyond high-level design patterns into critical EJB-specific implementation issues, illustrated with source code. The book contains a catalog of twenty advanced EJB patterns; it also provides strategies for applying the patterns, best practices for J2EE development, and useful EJB tips and techniques.
Marinescu also explores:
- Architectural, transaction, concurrency, client-side, and primary key generation patterns
- Build-system best practices using Ant
- JUnit testing strategies
- How to use Java Data Objects (JDO) with EJB as an alternative to entity beans
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