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Learn to code for faster problem resolution on EJB-based systems Advanced Java.
This an article that explains details about preparing the groundwork on an application server to enable it to develop and organize an Enterprise Java Bean (EJB) on it. When J2SE-based classes are transformed into EJB 2.0 components, the codes are reduced drastically.
Accessing EJBs through firewalls is a tutorial that teaches the readers about Java Secure Socket Extensions. This tutorial can be used by Java developers.
Creation and testing of a first Entity Bean using MyEcplise, Jboss, PostgreSQL, MySQL and xDoclet.
Using a small library application we show step by step how to integrate Struts and EJB.