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Sid Bachtiar
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I have to learn EJB now in my new job and it has been a steep learning curve. I've been able to figure out few things about EJB but some parts are still mystery to me.

I wonder if anyone can give me brief explanations of:

EJBHome
EJBLocalHome
EJBLocalBusiness
EJBRemote
EJBRemoteHome
EJBRemoteBusiness

I'm hoping that someone could say something simple that will make my brain tick.

I've read so many articles, but in the end I still don't understand what's all this about. Please help!
 
Christophe Verré
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I think it would be difficult to explain in a few words.

I'm hoping that someone could say something simple that will make my brain tick

If you can grab Head First EJB, you'll get the whole picture in no time.
 
wang lou
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you'd better read a book,and i introduce one from o'reilly
Enterprise JavaBeans
written by Richard Monson-Haefel
 
Sumit Malik
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Hey Sid,

I do understand these interfaces making you crazy and definitely they require time to know the granularity behind them. Ok if you want short ans sweet explanation of :

1. Local
2. LocalHome
3. Remote
4. Home

this and this link would help you up.

Cheers !!!
Sumit Malik
 
Darya Akbari
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Hi Sid,

the best way to get all of EJB is to pick up the Study Guide for the EJB SCBCD exam



and if you are serious about it to do the exam .
 
bala nannaka
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Sid

Just consider for container level operations (ie for creating bean or removing it ..) we go for home type of objects .

for your application requirements you go for remote type of objects
 
Sid Bachtiar
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Thanks for all the helps. Might ask the company I work for if they can buy me those books :-) and I'm reading the links now. Cheers
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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