EJB 3.0 TUTORIAL FOR BEGINNERS EPUB
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Submitting a job to a work cluster might be done by sending a JMS message to a 'message queue' and could also be handled by a Message Driven Bean, but this time listening to a queue the message paradigm and the queue is used, since the sender doesn't have to care which worker executes the job, but it does need assurance that a job is only executed once.
Processing timing events from the Quartz scheduler can be handled by a Message Driven Bean; when a Quartz trigger fires, the MDB is automatically invoked.
The EJB classes used by applications are included in the javax. The javax.
Clients of EJBs do not instantiate those beans directly via Java's new operator, but instead have to obtain a reference via the EJB container. This reference is usually not a reference to the implementation bean itself, but to a proxy , which either dynamically implements the local or remote business interface that the client requested or dynamically implements a sub-type of the actual bean.
The proxy can then be directly cast to the interface or bean. A client is said to have a 'view' on the EJB, and the local interface, remote interface and bean type itself respectively correspond with the local view, remote view and no-interface view.
This proxy is needed in order to give the EJB container the opportunity to transparently provide cross-cutting AOP -like services to a bean like transactions, security, interceptions, injections, and remoting. As an example, a client invokes a method on a proxy, which will first start a transaction with the help of the EJB container and then call the actual bean method. When the bean method returns, the proxy ends the transaction i.
That is, no explicit configuration is needed. This behavior may be declaratively tuned by the bean via annotations and if needed such configuration can later be overridden in the deployment descriptor. Tuning includes switching off transactions for the whole bean or specific methods, or requesting alternative strategies for transaction propagation and starting or joining a transaction.
Such strategies mainly deal with what should happen if a transaction is or isn't already in progress at the time the bean is called. Otherwise the client's transaction is used. Otherwise a new transaction is started.
A new transaction is always started. Otherwise, no transaction is used. Remove; import javax. NamingException; import javax. Logger; import de.
BookCartLocal addBook de. BookCartLocal removeBook de.
Firstly, we define a Stateful Session bean by adding the annotation Stateful to the class. An entity manager provides all methods needed to insert,update or delete entities or to create queries.
Part 1 Overview of the EJB landscape
This was explained in the First EJB 3 tutorial. By adding the annotation PersistenceContext we instruct the container to inject an entity manager to the attribute.
To inject means that he initializes the attribute and sets it to a working entity manager. You may set up a test now, calling your Stateful Session Bean.
Web layer Preparing the Struts framework For now your project is still a normal Web project, so we need to add the struts capabilities. Right click on the project and add the capabilities for struts with Add Struts Capabilities. Change the Base package to de. Page 26 of 47 Notice You can use the libraries and tlds found in the struts-blanc.
Download struts from You can find the struts-blank. It is by far more flexible and powerful.
So we need to add these libraries and the tld files, as well. Your project should look like the following now: Page 27 of 47 If you are not using MyEclipse you must configure your web.
Create an index. Open the struts-config. Click with the right mouse button on the entry action-mappings to create a new action with the wizard. Page 29 of 47 Use the wizard to create a forward action. This is not yet supported by MyEclipse. For non MyEclipse user, here is the struts-config.
It is quite simple and does include the navigation. It will contain our navigation reused in all of the JSPs.
At the moment, we will only add one navigation option to create sample data for our application. Quite often this is done using a static string. Try to use static strings rarely as you can, because you can easily make typing mistakes.
This is why I define standard variables in a global file. Create a class named Common in the package de. It creates one customer and one book each time it is called. It was not included in the analysis. If you use MyEclipse, create a new action using the wizard. We do not need any FormBean. Random; import javax. HttpServletRequest; import javax. HttpServletResponse; import org.
ActionForm; import org. ActionForward; import org. ActionMapping; import de. If you can find new entries in the database than this part is working fine. Furthermore, it will allow the library employee to mark books as returned.
Use the MyEclipse wizard to create a new DispatchAction with action as parameter. The class provides two methods: unspecified, which is called when no parameter is specified. It tries to get the customer from the current session and loads his borrowed books from the database to show them later in the JSP. The second method returnBook marks a book as returned.
HttpServletResponse; import javax. HttpSession; import org. ActionMapping; import org. ActionMessage; import org. ActionMessages; import org. DispatchAction; import de. This JSP displays the customer name and all the books he has borrowed. No customer selected. The selected customer will be saved in the session. Create a new action using the MyEclipse wizard. Select DispatchAction as type and action as parameter. Then create two forwards success and self. Self will be called when the customers have to be displayed.
Success forwards to the manageCustomer action once a customer is selected. After using the wizard you should find the following action in your structs-config. When it is called with no parameter the method unspecified is called. This method will load all customers using the CustomerDao and display them. When the action is called with the parameter selectCustomer then the method selectCustomer is called by Struts.
Action; import org. JSTL is used to display a list of customers and to create a link for each row. When you click on this link the selectCustomer action is called with the id of the customer as parameter.
Use case: logout This use case cleans up the session, so that you can restart from the beginning during testing. It is fairly simple action invalidating the session and forwarding to the welcome page. HttpSession; Page 39 of 47 import org. Marks all books as borrowed and removes the cart. Create a new DispatchAction. The parameter is action one again.
Part 1 Overview of the EJB landscape
Add two forwards self and success. Finally this method destroys the cart. HttpSession; Page 40 of 47 import org. The first one displays the cart and the second one outputs a success message when we have checkout successfully.
Create a JSP named cart. Create a simple action class with a forward named success to the listBook. Web services styles Approaches to developing web services Introducing the web services platform Using the WebService annotation Using WebMethod Using the WebParam annotation Using the WebResult annotation Using OneWay and HandlerChain Accessing a web service from an EJB Accessing the PlaceBid web service EJB as a web service client Best practices for web service development Using the WebService annotation EJB 3.
Local; import org. He has worn various hats in his career including mentor, coach, architect, manager, developer, trainer, methodologist, and resident open source zealot. Identifying web service components HttpSession; Page 40 of 47 import org.
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