EJB.1, the latest version, adds full support for Context and Dependency Injection (CDI the new standard for type-safe linux transformation pack for windows 7 dependency injection for Java.
Best practices and common deployment issues.7.Brave new innovations.6.EJB.2 provides more enhancements and intelligent defaults and integrates more fully with other Java technologies, such as CDI, to make development even easier.There are good warnings and caveats throughout.Scheduling and timers.1.Working with MDBs.4.Limits of requestresponse.3.Using CDI effectively with EJB.9.
Using JPA 2 with EJB.5.
Stateless session beans.3.
I learned Seam became CDI, that you can use a constructor in the select clause of queries and about the embeddable container.Integration testing using Arquillian.5.Singleton session beans.5.Because writing is like code in that after a certain point it is like someone else wrote.) The fact that these are the worst things I can say about the book, is a good thing though.Review migrated from old book review post, disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the publisher for reviewing it on behalf of CodeRanch.Using WebSockets with EJB.1.Implementing domain objects with JPA.4.Getting to know session beans.2.Beyond the basics, this book includes internal implementation details, best practices, design patterns, performance tuning tips, and various means of access including Web Services, rest Services, and WebSockets.MDB best practices.5.Drupal 7 Module Development, embedded Android, no Comments.Building on the bestselling first edition, EJB 3 in Action, Second Edition tackles EJB.2 head-on, through numerous code samples, real-life scenarios, and illustrations.Asynchronous session beans.6.With EJB.1 you create true object-oriented applications that are easy to write, maintain, and extend.