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Index: A

access control: 3.2.6 Security
deployment descriptor, setting in: 3.2.6.2 EJB 1.0: Method-driven access control
EJB 1.0 vs. EJB 1.1: 3.2.6 Security
method-driven: 3.2.6.2 EJB 1.0: Method-driven access control
role-driven: 3.2.6.1 EJB 1.1: Role-driven access control
security roles, using for: 6.2.4 EJB 1.1: EJBContext
6.2.5 EJB 1.0: EJBContext
AccessControlEntry class: 2.1.2.1 EJB 1.0: Deployment descriptors
3.2.6.2 EJB 1.0: Method-driven access control
3.2.6.2 EJB 1.0: Method-driven access control
EJB API: A.2.1 AccessControlEntry
accessing EJB references
EJB Versions 1.0 and 1.1: 7.3.1.4 TravelAgentBean: The bean class
accessors: 6.1.1.1 Set and get methods
(see also set and get methods)
bulk accessors: 9.2.3 Bulk Accessors
accuracy (in transactions): 8.1 ACID Transactions
ACID transactions: 8.1 ACID Transactions
atomicity of transactions: 8.1 ACID Transactions
8.1.1 Is the TravelAgent Bean Atomic?
consistency of transactions: 8.1.2 Is the TravelAgent Bean Consistent?
durability of transactions: 8.1 ACID Transactions
8.1.4 Is the TravelAgent Bean Durable?
isolation in transactions: 8.1 ACID Transactions
8.1.3 Is the TravelAgent Bean Isolated?
activation
container-managed persistence: B.1.2 Sequence Diagrams for Container-Managed Persistence
entity beans, transition from Pooled to Ready state: 6.3.3.3 Transitioning from the Pooled state to the Ready State via activation
stateful session beans: 3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism
B.2.2 Stateful Session Beans
stateless session beans and: 7.2.2.1 Transitioning to the Method-Ready Pool
7.2.2.2 Life in the Method-Ready Pool
transient fields: 7.4.3 Passivated State
ActiveX GUI component model: 1.6.3 Benefits of a Standard Server-Side Component Model
actual vs. declared data types: 6.1.4 Java RMI Return Types, Parameters, and Exceptions
adapters (beans): 9.4 Bean Adapters
9.4 Bean Adapters
adapter classes, limitations of use: 9.4 Bean Adapters
API, Enterprise JavaBeans: A. The Enterprise JavaBeans API
javax.ejb package: A.1 Package: javax.ejb
applets
with GUI fields: 7.3.1.3 Taking a peek at the client view
HTML advantages over: 11.3 Web Components and EJB
application, assembling beans into: 10.6 Describing Bean Assembly
application client component: 11.4.1 J2EE Application Client Components
application deployment descriptor: 11.4.1 J2EE Application Client Components
application exceptions: 5.2.2 EJB 1.1 and 1.0: The Java RMI Programming Model
6.2.2 Exception Handling
container-initiated transactions: 8.7.1 Container-Initiated Transactions
DuplicateKeyException: A.1.2 DuplicateKeyException
FinderException: 6.1.3.1 The find methods
A.1.11 FinderException
A.1.11 FinderException
(see also FinderException)
ObjectNotFoundException: A.1.15 ObjectNotFoundException
remote interface
stateful session beans: 7.3.1.1 TravelAgent: The remote interface
stateless session beans: 7.1.2.4 PaymentException: An application exception
RemoveException: A.1.16 RemoveException
stateless session beans: 7.1.2.2 ProcessPayment: The remote interface
system-level exceptions vs.: 7.1.2.4 PaymentException: An application exception
in transactions: 8.6.1.2 Application exceptions
application servers: 1.1.3 Component Transaction Monitors
architecture
distributed objects: 1.3 Distributed Object Architectures
EJB and servlets/JSP, using together: 11.3 Web Components and EJB
Enterprise JavaBeans: 2. Architectural Overview
three-tier: 1.1.1 Distributed Objects
array of Strings, converting for storage in relational database: 6.1.8.4 Using ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) in container-managed beans
assembling beans into an application: 10.6 Describing Bean Assembly
assembly-descriptor element: 4.2.5 EJB 1.1: The Deployment Descriptor
10.4 The Descriptor's Body
10.5 Describing Beans
10.6 Describing Bean Assembly
asterisk (*) as wildcard for bean methods: 10.6.1 Specifying a Bean's Transactional Attributes
10.6.3.1 Wildcard declarations
asynchronous messaging: 1.5.1 TP Monitors
ATM (automatic teller machine) transactions: 8.1 ACID Transactions
atomicity of transactions: 8.1 ACID Transactions
8.1.1 Is the TravelAgent Bean Atomic?
attributes
in deployment descriptors: 10.1 What Is an XML Deployment Descriptor?
10.6.1 Specifying a Bean's Transactional Attributes
in remote interface: 4.2.1 Cabin: The Remote Interface
transactions: 8.2.2 Transaction Attributes
isolation levels: 8.3.3.2 EJB 1.0 transaction isolation control
TX_BEAN_MANAGED: 8.5 Explicit Transaction Management
XML vs. HTML: 10.1 What Is an XML Deployment Descriptor?
authentication: 3.2.6 Security
application client components and: 11.4.1 J2EE Application Client Components
EJB, handling with JNDI: 3.2.6 Security
res-auth element, specifying in: 6.2.6.1 EJB 1.1: Using JDBC in EJB
10.5.5 References to External Resources


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