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Java EE 6 Cookbook: Added Technologies.

 
Ronald Alarcon
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Someday I was looking for solve a doubt about differences between Java EE 5 and Java EE 6 technologies and related changes.

When i found some information, i look for some big differences on the old Bean Model. I just want to know what issues have the old bean model for been replaced with the new one. I think the old one was good. What do you think about it?
 
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Ronald Alarcon wrote:

When i found some information, i look for some big differences on the old Bean Model. I just want to know what issues have the old bean model for been replaced with the new one. I think the old one was good. What do you think about it?


Which bean model do you mean?
 
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Jaikiran Pai wrote:
Ronald Alarcon wrote:

When i found some information, i look for some big differences on the old Bean Model. I just want to know what issues have the old bean model for been replaced with the new one. I think the old one was good. What do you think about it?


Which bean model do you mean?


The JSP Servlets one... against maybe EJB.
 
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Sorry, I don't understand the question. Are you trying to compare JSP, Servlets and EJBs? Maybe you could point us to the differences between EE5 and EE6 and what you find was better in EE5?
 
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