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Head First EJB and Design Patterns

 
Reda Mokrane
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Hi,
Does Head First EJB book explain EJB Design Patterns?
 
Karen Gomes
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Good question .... I too had the same doubt?? The TOC does not mention it anywhere?? Does the J2EE Architecture chapter cover them???
Karen
 
Karen Gomes
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HI Reda,
Just found the following in the Editorial section at Amazon.com for HF EJF:
In Head First EJB, you'll learn all about:
Component-based and role-based development
The architecture of EJB, distributed programming with RMI
Developing and Deploying an EJB application
The Client View of a Session and Entity bean
The Session Bean Lifecycle and Component Contract
The Entity bean Lifecycle and Component Contract
Container-managed Persistence (CMP)
Container-managed Relationships (CMR)
EJB-QL
Transactions
Security
EJB Exceptions
The Deployment Descriptor
The Enterprise Bean Environment in JNDI
Programming Restrictions and Portability
Patterns and Performance for EJB
yes and this does include PATTERNS !!!
Cheers
Karen.
 
Sainudheen Mydeen
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Check this thread.
http://www.coderanch.com/t/158089/java-EJB-SCBCD/certification/EJB-easy-build-they
Kathy said
Actually, the patterns and performance chapter did *not* make it into the book because the book got too large (it is already 100 pages longer than expected),

-Sainudheen
 
Pradeep bhatt
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Will design patterns be introduced in future versions of SCBCD?
 
somkiat puisungnoen
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I think, design pattern is very important to create application(Web, EJB and so on)
please see http://www.corej2eepatterns.com/Patterns2ndEd/index.htm
 
Kathy Sierra
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Yes, I believe that at least a few core J2EE patterns WILL make it into the next version of the exam. (We don't know for sure at this point, because it will be long time before we create the new objectives for the update of the exam for EJB 2.1).
And I'm sad that they didn't make it into the book but we will have some up. I HIGHLY recommend that after our book you get a J2EE patterns book, because our chapter-that-didn't-make-it was only a highlight...
We'll have some things on the web site, though
cheers,
Kathy
 
Weerawit Maneepongsawat
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Wow...Interesting
i have order this book from amazon already..still waiting for shipping..
 
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