thanks for your linkage Which book are you talking about EJB Cookbook The first question is Is EJB same as NetBeans? Second is Is the software "Sun ONE Studio 4 EE" contained the Enterprise JavaBeans? Third is What is the function of JavaBeans? Finally Does the book cover some brief description of JavaBeans?
Hi, Not so clear from you questions, but just in case... EJB = Enterprise Java Bean And EJB is NOT a JavaBean, although the similar names could lead you to think so. JavaBean is a standard for making re-useable Java components, providing standard ways the components can be hooked together to make more complex modules, or applications or applets. EJB is a standard to follow for dividing up Java components when a client computer connects to a server computer. Roughly, it's a standard for putting a very "thin" or "lightweight" client java application on the client computer which communicates with a server application that may do just about anything on the server computer, then provides the results to the client. The two standards are not the same, and don't even deal with similar issues. Cheers, Bret
posted 16 years ago
hi Bret I have something confused You said that And EJB is NOT a JavaBean, although the similar names could lead you to think so Does EJB like a folder that contains many class files? Ar I will open a new topic to ask this question thanks
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