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Index: E

e-commerce
firewall problems, overcoming with HTTP: 11.3 Web Components and EJB
web components, providing platform for: 11.3 Web Components and EJB
EAR files (see Enterprise Archive files)
ejb-class element: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors
10.5.1 Session and Entity Beans
ejb-client-jar element: 10.4 The Descriptor's Body
EJB DTD (Document Type Definition)
elements in: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors
structuring XML deployment descriptors: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors
EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans): 1.6.2 EJB and CORBA CTMs
1.6.3 Benefits of a Standard Server-Side Component Model
API: A. The Enterprise JavaBeans API
javax.ejb package: A.1 Package: javax.ejb
javax.ejb.deployment package: A.2 Package: javax.ejb.deployment (EJB 1.0 Only)
architecture: 2. Architectural Overview
client view: 3.2.4 Distributed Objects
5. The Client View
client-side API: 5.2 The EJB Client-Side API
CTMs, choosing for: 1.5.3 CTMs: The Hybrid of ORBs and TP Monitors
declarative transactional management: 8.2 Declarative Transaction Management
definitions of: 1.2 Enterprise JavaBeans: Defined
deployment descriptors: 4.2.9.2 EJB 1.0 deployment tools
(see also deployment descriptors)
Version 1.1: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors
design strategies: 9. Design Strategies
duplicate records: 7.3.1.5 Why use a Reservation entity bean?
implementation independence: 1. Introduction
isolation levels: 8.3.3.2 EJB 1.0 transaction isolation control
JAR files, contents of: 10.7 The ejb-jar File
Java Transaction API (JTA): 8.5 Explicit Transaction Management
JavaBeans vs.: 1.4 Component Models
J2EE specification for interaction with web components: 11.3 Web Components and EJB
packages, downloading from Sun Java site: 4.1.1 Setting Up Your Java IDE
primary services
cuncurrency: 3.2.1 Concurrency
distributed objects: 3.2.4 Distributed Objects
naming service: 3.2.5 Naming
persistence: 3.2.3 Persistence
security: 3.2.6 Security
transactions: 3.2.2 Transactions
resource management: 3. Resource Management and the Primary Services
server-side component model, benefits of: 1.6.3 Benefits of a Standard Server-Side Component Model
server transaction management: 8.2.4 Transaction Propagation
Version 1.1, new features in: D. New Features in EJB 1.1
web components and: 11.3 Web Components and EJB
ejb-jar element: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors
4.2.5 EJB 1.1: The Deployment Descriptor
nesting other elements within: 10.4 The Descriptor's Body
ejb-jar file: 10.7 The ejb-jar File
ejb-jar.xml file: 4.2.7.1 EJB 1.1: Packaging the Cabin bean
ejb-link element: 10.5.4 References to Other Beans
ejb-name element: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors
8.2.2.1 EJB 1.1: Setting a transaction attribute
10.5 Describing Beans
10.5.1 Session and Entity Beans
10.6.1 Specifying a Bean's Transactional Attributes
in method element: 10.6.3 Identifying Specific Methods
EJB object: 2.1.3 The Unseen Pieces
2.1.3.1 The EJB object
2.1.3.1 The EJB object
bean entity, associating with: 6.1.7 The EntityContext
concurrent access to: 3.2.1 Concurrency
ejb10-properties subcontext: 7.1.2.8 EJB 1.1: EJBContext
ejb-ref element: 4.3.4 EJB 1.1: TravelAgent Bean's Deployment Descriptor
10.5.1 Session and Entity Beans
defining bean name in ENC: 7.3.1.4 TravelAgentBean: The bean class
ejb-ref-name element: 4.3.4 EJB 1.1: TravelAgent Bean's Deployment Descriptor
in env-ref element: 10.5.4 References to Other Beans
ejb-ref-type element: 4.3.4 EJB 1.1: TravelAgent Bean's Deployment Descriptor
in env-ref element: 10.5.4 References to Other Beans
EJB-to-CORBA mapping: 3.2.4 Distributed Objects
ejbActivate( ): 3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism
3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism
6.3.3.3 Transitioning from the Pooled state to the Ready State via activation
7.4.3 Passivated State
EJBContext interface: 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract
3.1.1.2 Overview of state transitions
10.5.3 Environment Entries
defining (EJB 1.1): 6.2.4 EJB 1.1: EJBContext
EJB API: A.1.3 EJBContext
rollback methods: 8.5.5 EJBContext Rollback Methods
stateless session beans: 7.1.2.8 EJB 1.1: EJBContext
UserTransaction object, obtaining: 8.5.1 Transaction Propagation in Bean-Managed Transactions
ejbCreate( ): 4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class
adding entity to database: 6.2.7 The ejbCreate( ) Method
bean class, stateful session beans: 7.3.1.4 TravelAgentBean: The bean class
bean instance creation, sequence of events: 6.1.8.3 ejbCreate( ) and ejbPostCreate( ) sequence of events
container-managed entity beans: 6.1.8 The Create Methods
create( ), matching in home interface: 5.2.3.4 Creating and finding beans
stateless session beans: 7.2.2.1 Transitioning to the Method-Ready Pool
EJBException: 6.2.10 ejbFind( ) Methods
in bean-managed persistence: 6.2.1 Making the ShipBean a Bean-Managed Entity
checked subsystem exceptions, wrapping: 6.2.2 Exception Handling
EJB callback methods and: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods
Version 1.1: A.1.4 EJBException (1.1)
ejbFind( ): 6.2.10 ejbFind( ) Methods
(see also find methods)
entity beans with bean-managed persistence: 6.2.10 ejbFind( ) Methods
EJBHome interface: 2.1.3 The Unseen Pieces
2.1.3.2 The EJB home
2.1.3.3 Deploying a bean
4.2.2 CabinHome: The Home Interface
5.2.2 EJB 1.1 and 1.0: The Java RMI Programming Model
5.2.2 EJB 1.1 and 1.0: The Java RMI Programming Model
5.2.3 The Home Interface
5.2.5.1 Getting the EJBHome
A.1.5 EJBHome
for EJB 1.1: 5.2.3 The Home Interface
locating reference to with JNDI: 3.2.5 Naming
reference to: 4.3.3.1 EJB 1.1: TravelAgentBean
4.3.3.2 EJB 1.0: TravelAgentBean
stateless session bean: 7.1.2.5 ProcessPaymentHome: The home interface
transactional attributes for remove methods: 10.6.1 Specifying a Bean's Transactional Attributes
ejbLoad( ): 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract
6.1.8.4 Using ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) in container-managed beans
6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods
6.3.3.3 Transitioning from the Pooled state to the Ready State via activation
bean-managed persistence, use in: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods
Ready state and: 6.3.4 Life in the Ready State
EJBMetaData interface: 5.2.2.2 EJB 1.1: Explicit narrowing using PortableRemoteObject
5.2.3.2 Bean metadata
EJB API: A.1.6 EJBMetaData
session beans: 7.1.2.5 ProcessPaymentHome: The home interface
EJBObject interface: 5.2.2 EJB 1.1 and 1.0: The Java RMI Programming Model
5.2.2 EJB 1.1 and 1.0: The Java RMI Programming Model
defining, client-side API: 5.2.5 EJBObject, Handle, and Primary Key
disassociating instances from: 3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism
EJB API: A.1.7 EJBObject
HomeHandle object, retrieving: 5.2.3.3 EJB 1.1: The HomeHandle
implementation strategies: 2.1.3.1 The EJB object
transactional attributes for remove methods: 10.6.1 Specifying a Bean's Transactional Attributes
ejbPassivate( ): 3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism
3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism
6.3.3.5 Transitioning from the Ready State to the Pooled state via removal
closing JNDI context: 7.3.1.4 TravelAgentBean: The bean class
ejbPostCreate( )
bean instance creation, sequence of events: 6.1.8.3 ejbCreate( ) and ejbPostCreate( ) sequence of events
container-managed entity beans: 6.1.8.2 ejbPostCreate( )
entity beans, creating: 6.3.3.1 Transitioning from the Pooled state to the Ready State via creation
ejbPostCreate( ) (EJBHome): 4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class
ejbRemove( ): 6.3.3.5 Transitioning from the Ready State to the Pooled state via removal
removing bean-managed entities with: 6.2.9 The ejbRemove( ) Method
stateless session beans, closing open connections: 7.2.2.1 Transitioning to the Method-Ready Pool
ejbStore( ): 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract
6.1.8.4 Using ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) in container-managed beans
bean-managed persistence, use in: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods
defining: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods
Ready state and: 6.3.4 Life in the Ready State
elements
EJB DTD for XML-based deployment descriptors: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors
tagging in XML document: 4.2.5 EJB 1.1: The Deployment Descriptor
XML deployment descriptor: 10.4 The Descriptor's Body
encapsulation
business logic into business objects: 1.1.2 Server-Side Components
primary key data: 5.2.5.2 Primary key
10.5.2 Specifying Primary Keys
workflow, in stateful session beans: 7.3 The Stateful Session Bean
Enterprise Archive (EAR) files: 11.4 J2EE Fills in the Gaps
contents of: 11.4 J2EE Fills in the Gaps
enterprise-bean element: 10.5 Describing Beans
enterprise beans: 2.1 The Enterprise Bean Component
2.1.1 Classes and Interfaces
2.1.3.3 Deploying a bean
accessing from client application: 4.2.10 Creating a Client Application
adding to containers: 2.1.3.3 Deploying a bean
authentication, performing explicitly: 6.2.6.1 EJB 1.1: Using JDBC in EJB
classes and interfaces: 2.1.1 Classes and Interfaces
2.1.1.5 What about session beans?
containers and: 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract
developing your first: 4.1 Choosing and Setting Up an EJB Server
interacting with other beans: 4.3.3.1 EJB 1.1: TravelAgentBean
4.3.3.2 EJB 1.0: TravelAgentBean
using (Titan Cruises example): 2.2 Using Enterprise Beans
enterprise-beans element: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors
4.2.5 EJB 1.1: The Deployment Descriptor
10.4 The Descriptor's Body
Enterprise JavaBeans (see EJB)
Enterprise Resource Planing (ERP) systems, indexing objects to databases: 6.1.2.3 EJB 1.1: Undefined primary keys
EnterpriseBean interface: A.1.8 EnterpriseBean
entity beans: 6. Entity Beans
10.5.1 Session and Entity Beans
(see also entity elements)
as fields within other beans: 9.7.2 Complex Entity Relationships
9.7.2.3 Native Java persistence
database mapping: 9.7.2.1 One-to-many database mapping
9.7.2.3 Native Java persistence
bean class, developing (example): 4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class
bean-managed persistence: 6.2 Bean-Managed Persistence
adding to database with ejbCreate( ): 6.2.7 The ejbCreate( ) Method
connections to database, obtaining: 6.2.6 Obtaining a Connection to the Database
defining (example): 6.2.1 Making the ShipBean a Bean-Managed Entity
deployment: 6.2.11 EJB 1.1: Deploying the Bean-Managed Ship Bean
find methods: 6.2.10 ejbFind( ) Methods
removing from database: 6.2.9 The ejbRemove( ) Method
synchronization with database: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods
client application, using: 7.3.1.5 Why use a Reservation entity bean?
code, downloading from O'Reilly web site: 7.1.1 Downloading the Missing Pieces
concurrency: 3.2.1 Concurrency
container-managed persistence: 6.1 Container-Managed Persistence
bean class: 6.1.5 The ShipBean Class
client application, creating: 6.1.9 The Client Application
deployment descriptors (EJB 1.1): 6.1.8.5 EJB 1.1: Deploying the ShipBean
ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ), using in: 6.1.8.4 Using ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) in container-managed beans
EntityBean interface, implementing: 6.1.6 Implementing the javax.ejb.EntityBean Interface
home interface: 6.1.3 The Home Interface
primary key: 6.1.2 The Primary Key
6.1.2.3 EJB 1.1: Undefined primary keys
10.5.2.1 Deferring primary key definition
remote interface, defining: 6.1.1 The Remote Interface
sequence diagrams: B.1.2 quence Diagrams for Container-Managed Persistence
container-transaction element declarations: 10.6 Describing Bean Assembly
dependent classes vs.: 7.1.2.3 Dependent classes: The CreditCard and Check classes
developing (example): 4.2 Developing an Entity Bean
client application, creating: 4.2.10 Creating a Client Application
deployment: 4.2.9 Deploying the Cabin Bean
deployment descriptor (EJB 1.0): 4.2.6 EJB 1.0: The Deployment Descriptor
deployment descriptor (XML): 4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class
home interface: 4.2.2 CabinHome: The Home Interface
JAR files: 4.2.7 cabin.jar: The JAR File
primary key: 4.2.3 CabinPK: The Primary Key
remote interface: 4.2.1 Cabin: The Remote Interface
direct database access vs.: 6. Entity Beans
EJB 1.1, new features for: D.1 Entity Beans
getting information from: 2.2.1 Getting Information from an Entity Bean
handles, implementation of: 5.2.6 Inside the Handle
life cycle: 3.1.1.1 The entity bean life cycle
6.3 The Life Cycle of an Entity Bean
ending: 6.3.5 End of the Life Cycle
Ready state: 6.3.3 The Ready State
6.3.4 Life in the Ready State
state diagram: B.1 Entity Beans
transitions in states: 3.1.1.2 Overview of state transitions
transitions to/from Pooled to Ready state: 6.3.3.1 Transitioning from the Pooled state to the Ready State via creation
listing behavior vs.: 7.3.1.6 listAvailableCabins( ): Listing behavior
9.3.2 Resource Consumption
mapping to databases: 4.2.8 Creating a CABIN Table in the Database
4.2.9.2 EJB 1.0 deployment tools
methods requiring transaction attributes: 10.6.1 Specifying a Bean's Transactional Attributes
modeling business concepts: 2.1 The Enterprise Bean Component
6. Entity Beans
nonreentrance policy: 3.2.1.1 Reentrance
object serialization and: 3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism
operations allowed for: B.1.3 Sequence Diagrams for Bean-Managed Persistence
persistence: 3.2.3 Persistence
6. Entity Beans
persistent fields, manipulating with bulk accessors: 9.2.3 Bulk Accessors
primary key: 5.2.5.2 Primary key
5.2.5.2 Primary key
6.1.2.2 Single-field key
properties, defining as business concept: 6.1.1.1 Set and get methods
relationships: 9.7 Entity Bean Relationships
remove methods: 5.2.3.1 Removing beans
removing: 5.2.3.1 Removing beans
5.2.5.4 Removing beans
runAs Identity: 3.2.6.2 EJB 1.0: Method-driven access control
servers, not supporting: 9.9 When Entity Beans Are Not an Option
session beans, emulating: 9.9.1 Emulating Entity Beans with Session Beans
session beans vs.: 2.2.2 Modeling Workflow with Session Beans
7. Session Beans
7.3.1.5 Why use a Reservation entity bean?
9.3.3 Striking a Balance
simple relationships: 9.7.1 Simple Associations
9.7.1.5 Native Java persistence
byte arrays and Java serialization: 9.7.1.2 Mapping serializable to VARBINARY
handles: 9.7.1.4 Preserving the handle
native Java persistence: 9.7.1.5 Native Java persistence
state (see life cycle)
UserTransaction transactions (EJB 1.0): 8.5.1 Transaction Propagation in Bean-Managed Transactions
without create methods: 9.6 Entity Beans Without Create Methods
entity context methods in bean class: 4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class
entity elements: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors
4.2.5 EJB 1.1: The Deployment Descriptor
10.5 Describing Beans
10.5 Describing Beans
entity objects
network traffic (impact of overuse): 9.3.1 Network Traffic and Latency
passing by value: 9.2.4 Entity Objects
9.2.4 Entity Objects
(see also passing objects by value)
EntityBean interface: 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract
4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class
6.1.6 Implementing the javax.ejb.EntityBean Interface
6.3 The Life Cycle of an Entity Bean
callback methods defined in: 2.1.1.3 The bean class
EJB API: A.1.9 EntityBean
implementing in container-managed beans: 6.1.6 Implementing the javax.ejb.EntityBean Interface
EntityContext interface: 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract
4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class
6.1.7 The EntityContext
6.3.2 The Pooled State
defining: 6.2.3 EntityContext
EJB API: A.1.10 EntityContext
getPrimaryKey( ): 6.2.3 EntityContext
primary key, obtaining from: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods
Ready state and: 3.1.1.2 Overview of state transitions
EntityDescriptor class: 2.1.2.1 EJB 1.0: Deployment descriptors
4.2.6 EJB 1.0: The Deployment Descriptor
EJB API: A.2.4 EntityDescriptor
serializing (example): 4.2.6 EJB 1.0: The Deployment Descriptor
Enumeration type: 6.1.3.1 The find methods
multi-entity find methods, returning: 6.2.1 Making the ShipBean a Bean-Managed Entity
env-entry element: 10.5.1 Session and Entity Beans
declaration example: 10.5.3 Environment Entries
env-entry-name element: 10.5.3 Environment Entries
env-entry-type, data types in: 10.5.3 Environment Entries
environment naming context (JNDI ENC) (see under JNDI)
environment properties: 6.2.5 EJB 1.0: EJBContext
accessing, stateless session bean: 7.1.2.6 ProcessPaymentBean: The bean class
EJB 1.1, new features for: D.4 The Default JNDI Context
entity bean with bean-managed persistence, setting for: 6.2.12 EJB 1.0: Deploying the Bean-Managed Ship Bean
vendor- and environment-specific information, defining at deployment: 6.2.6.2 EJB 1.0: Using JDBC in EJB
equals( ) (Object): 5.2.5.3 Comparing beans for identity
6.1.2 The Primary Key
equivalence, bean instances in instance pool: 3.1.1.2 Overview of state transitions
events, notifying beans of: 2.1.1.3 The bean class
exceptions
bean class interfaces: 9.5.2 The Business Interface Alternative
bean-managed entity beans, handling: 6.2.2 Exception Handling
bean-managed transactions: 8.7.3 Bean-Managed Transactions
checked or unchecked (in transactions): 8.7 EJB 1.0: Exceptions and Transactions
home interface, stateless session beans: 7.1.2.5 ProcessPaymentHome: The home interface
Java RMI: 6.1.4 Java RMI Return Types, Parameters, and Exceptions
remote interface, stateless session beans: 7.1.2.2 ProcessPayment: The remote interface
subsystem exceptions: 7.1.2.4 PaymentException: An application exception
transactions: B.2.3 EJB 1.1: Interactions Between Exceptions and Transactions
EJB 1.1: 8.6.1 Application Exceptions Versus System Exceptions
exclusive write locks: 8.3.2 Database Locks
executable software, server-side components as: 1.1.2 Server-Side Components
explicit narrowing of remote references: 5.2.2.2 EJB 1.1: Explicit narrowing using PortableRemoteObject
explicit transaction management: 8.2.3 Transaction Attributes Defined
8.5 Explicit Transaction Management
8.7 EJB 1.0: Exceptions and Transactions
by beans: 8.5 Explicit Transaction Management
Extensible Markup Language (see XML)
external resources
connections to: 6.2.6.1 EJB 1.1: Using JDBC in EJB
JDBC URLs, obtaining for vendor-specific: 6.2.6.2 EJB 1.0: Using JDBC in EJB


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