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However their “distributed” nature has taken a back seat for good. Refactor into Methods to Allow Overriding J2EE at a Crossroads 1. Why Testing Matters Distribution and Scalability 4. J2EE Architectures in Practice 3. What will you learn from this book? Juergen has a masters degree in Computer Science from theUniversity of Linz, specializing in Java, OO modeling, and softwareengineering. Other Architectural Issues Spring on J2EE 7. Declarative Security via AOP Account Options Sign in.
Populating Beans via XML 7. Writing Effective Tests Chapter 14 Unit Testing and Testability.
Expert One-on-One™ J2EE™ Development without EJB™ [Book]
Avoid Unnecessary String Operations History and Motivation 7. JMS and Message-driven Beans What’s Left of J2EE? They then dive into the details, showing solutions based on thelightweight framework they pioneered on SourceForge — one ofthe most innovative open source communities. Servlet and EJB Endpoints When Is Pooling Required? Architectural Causes of Complexity 4.
Technology Choices for Accessing Relational Data 3. Rod can be contacted at expert interface Last paragraph Change this: Distributed components though were made look easy by EJB, had their own share of inherent complexities and performance woes and were later avoided whenever possible.
Expert One-on-One™ J2EE™ Development without EJB™
Shailendra 4, 2 16 The Core Bean Factory 7. Transparent Persistence and Behavior in Domain Objects Only a Partial Solution 6.
Declarative and Programmatic Middleware Models Lightweight Containers and Inversion of Control 6. Coverage Analysis and Other Test Tools The Spring Framework 1. Concurrency Support in Application Code