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You will examine how these alternatives affect testing, performance, and scalability, and discover how lightweight architectures can slash time and effort on withuot projects. Build and Deployment There are a lot of frameworks that help to distribute our building blocks, some of them much better than EJB. I think building distributed components make EJB more important than other features which differs from other frameworks.
The Core Bean Factory 7.
Profiling in Practice The Importance of johbson Empirical Process 2. Web Tier Design Goals Conceptual Versus Implementation-level Metadata 8. Dynamic Byte Code Generation 8. Accessing Remote Services The New Paradigm on the Block: The Case Against Instance Pooling Code Downloads Code downloads for this title are available here.
Should We Intercept Fields? Programmatic Transaction Management Complex Property Values 7. Complex Programming Model 5.
The Spring Framework 6. Presentation Tier Technologies Hewas the J2EE architect of one of Europe’s largest web portals, andhe has worked as a consultant on a wide range of projects. The Key to Performance and Scalability Service Layer Running in a Lightweight Container 3.
Avoid Tests with Side-effects Other Architectural Issues View table of contents. Variations on EJB Architectures 3. This book also guides you through productive solutions to core problems, such as transaction management, persistence, remoting, and Web tier design.
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What will you learn from this book? Chapter 16 The Sample Application. Transparent Persistence and Behavior devekopment Domain Objects Portability versus Performance He speaks frequently at leadingindustry conferences.
Service Layers Compared 3. He has worked on a wide range of projects withnumerous J2EE application servers, ranging from enterpriseapplication integration to web-based data visualization.
Last paragraph Change this: Consistent Naming Conventions 8. About the Author Rod Johnson is an enterprise Java architect with extensive experience in the insurance, dot-com, and financial industries.
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This book also guides you through productive solutions to core problems, such as transaction management, persistence, remoting, and Web tier design. Unit Testing Techniques If you are an instructor, you may johbson an evaluation copy for this title. Better Solutions for Higher Productivity 2. Find this book at your favorite retailer. The Importance of Business Requirements 2.
Expert One-on-One J2EE Development without EJB
Class Loader Hell 5. Tools and Complexity 4. Inversion of Control 6.
Code to Interfaces Rather than Classes wothout Business Objects and Data Access Objects He speaks frequently at leading industry conferences. Object Distribution, Clusters, and Farms