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Let's see five major innovations introduced by EJB 3. EJB 3. Now designing an EJB application is much easier and less error prone then in the past.
Innovation 1 No more interfaces are needed! Until now the Client view of the EJB was a business interface which contained all method exposed to remote clients.
If you want something standard across all application servers, then you can use the annotation Singleton at Class level. Here's an example: import javax.
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Singleton; import java. Another nifty feature in this area is the availability of automatic Singleton inizialization.
All you have to do is adding the Startup annotation at class level. Let's say we want to build a Chess game application that lets multiple users play Chess with each other.
What do we need?
For now, let's shove all the information into the database. Since everything will be stored in the database, we don't need to worry about saving anything in the server. That means? You guessed it.
We don't need states in the server and therefore can use stateless session beans. An implementation tip: It's very convenient to have one single session bean that every request goes through, instead of multiple session beans. This way, the clients are aware of only one bean that they'll talk to.
That makes our lives a lot simpler. What about entity beans? Having clients access entity beans is like having them access our database directly.
Let's, instead, have them access entity beans through the session bean. We'll call our session bean ChessHost and our entity bean ChessPlayer. There are two types of beans: remote and local.
Remote beans are seen by the client. Local beans are not; they're only seen by other beans inside the server. If we make our ChessPlayer entity bean local, then the client wouldn't be able to see it.
Also it would be more efficient this way since our ChessHost can access ChessPlayer locally faster instead of remotely.
Why call your roommate with a cell phone when you can simply talk to him right in the room?This is useful for debugging. Resource; 52 EJB import javax.
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Please keep the bold text. Here we are creating a queue named BookQueue: Right click on EJBTester class and select run file.
Method level interceptor can be applied both by annotation of via xml ejb-jar. Also it would be more efficient this way since our ChessHost can access ChessPlayer locally faster instead of remotely.
For now, let's shove all the information into the database.