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Index: E

e-commerce enterprise (example): 1.4.1. Enabling E-Commerce for a Mail-Order Enterprise
EJB: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans
bean types: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
clients: 7.2.1. The EJB Client
components, naming systems and: 6. JNDI
containers: 7.2.3. The EJB Container
EJB object: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
JavaBeans and: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans
javax.ejb package: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans
JDBC, facilitating use: 2.13.5. The JDBC Standard Extension
objects
business methods, implementing: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
components: 7.4. Implementing a Basic EJB Object
implementing basic: 7.4. Implementing a Basic EJB Object
JDBC connections, providing (EJB server): 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions
transaction boundaries, defining: 7.3. Transaction Management
transactions, declaring new: 7.3. Transaction Management
transactions, managing: 7.3. Transaction Management
objects, component nature of: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans
objects, RMI vs.: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
packaging into JAR files: 7.7.4. Packaging Enterprise JavaBeans
RMI and: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans
roles: 7.2. EJB Roles
servers, transactions, making aware of: 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions
servers, enabled for: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans
standards, evolving: 7.1. A Note on Evolving Standards
transactions
JTA, supporting: 7.3. Transaction Management
management: 7.3. Transaction Management
version 1.1, changes: 7.9. Changes in EJB 1.1 Specification
EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans)
containers: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans
server-side enterprise programs and: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans
ejbActivate()
EntityBean interface: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
19. The javax.ejb Package
SessionBean interface: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
7.5. Implementing Session Beans
19. The javax.ejb Package
EJBContext interface: 19. The javax.ejb Package
client transaction context, including: 7.3. Transaction Management
environment properties, specifying (deployment): 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
session beans: 7.5. Implementing Session Beans
transactions, obtaining from container (beans): 7.3. Transaction Management
ejbCreate(): 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation
7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation
EJB specification 1.1, changes: 7.9.5. Assorted Other Changes
EJBException class: 19. The javax.ejb Package
ejbFindByPrimaryKey(): 7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation
EJBHome interface: 7.4.1. Home Interface
7.9.3. Home Handles
19. The javax.ejb Package
EJBHome server: 7.1. A Note on Evolving Standards
ejbLoad(): 7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation
entity beans, container-managed persistence: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence
EntityBean interface: 19. The javax.ejb Package
Properties object, deserializing: 7.6.7.1. Handling complex data structures
EJBMetaData interface: 19. The javax.ejb Package
EJBObject interface: 19. The javax.ejb Package
remote interface: 7.4.2. Remote Interface
remote interface, direct implementation: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
ejbPassivate()
EntityBean interface: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
19. The javax.ejb Package
SessionBean interface: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
7.5. Implementing Session Beans
19. The javax.ejb Package
ejbPostCreate(): 7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation
ejbRemove(): 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation
EntityBean interface: 19. The javax.ejb Package
SessionBean interface: 7.5. Implementing Session Beans
19. The javax.ejb Package
ejbStore(): 7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation
entity beans, container-managed persistence: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence
EntityBean interface: 19. The javax.ejb Package
Properties object, serializing: 7.6.7.1. Handling complex data structures
electronic commerce (see e-commerce)
empty flag: 38.2.3.1. Member availability and flags
encodeRedirectURL() (HttpServletResponse): 5.8. Session Tracking
encodeURL() (HttpServletResponse): 5.8. Session Tracking
end() (XAResource): 29. The javax.transaction.xa Package
enterprise beans
deployment: 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
JDBC connections, acquiring: 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions
methods, required implementation: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
packaging into EJB-JAR files: 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
as RMI objects: 1.4.2. Updating CornCo with Enterprise JavaBeans
RMI remote objects vs.: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans
structural information, separating from application-specific: 7.9.1. XML-Based Deployment Descriptors
using as client: 7.8. Using an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
enterprise computing: 1.1. Enterprise Computing Defined
1.2. Enterprise Computing Demystified
Enterprise JavaBeans (see EJB)
7. Enterprise JavaBeans
EnterpriseBean interface: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
7.5. Implementing Session Beans
19. The javax.ejb Package
entity beans: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
activating: 7.6.5. Life Cycle of an Entity Bean
bean-managed persistence, methods, required (EJB): 7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean
container-managed persistence
complex data structures, mapping: 7.6.7.1. Handling complex data structures
create and remove methods: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence
database mapping: 7.7.1. Container-Managed Data Mapping
loading and storing methods: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence
portability (EJB servers), problems with: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence
primary key type (EJB 1.1): 7.9.5. Assorted Other Changes
context: 7.6.4. The Entity Context
create methods: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
creating and finding: 7.8.2. Creating/Finding Beans
find methods, executing: 7.6.2. Finder Methods
finder methods, bean-managed persistence: 7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean
handles: 7.6.6. Handles on Entity Beans
implementation: 7.6. Implementing Entity Beans
7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation
implementing: 7.6. Implementing Entity Beans
Java classes/interfaces required: 7.4. Implementing a Basic EJB Object
life cycle: 7.6.5. Life Cycle of an Entity Bean
names, preventing client change: 7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean
persistence: 7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean
bean-managed: 7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean
primary keys
class (example): 7.6.1. Primary Keys
container-managed persistence: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence
EJB 1.1 specification, changes: 7.9.5. Assorted Other Changes
session beans vs.: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
support required (EJB 1.1): 7.9.2. Entity Beans Required
EntityBean interface: 19. The javax.ejb Package
EntityDescriptor class: 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
7.7.3. Generating the Container Classes and Deployment Descriptor
7.7.4. Packaging Enterprise JavaBeans
20. The javax.ejb.deployment Package
enumerations
attributes names (directory entry): 6.9.3. The Attributes Interface
binding objects: 6.6.3. Listing the Bindings of a Context
finder methods: 7.6.2. Finder Methods
IDL: 10.7.5. Enumerations
naming: 22. The javax.naming Package
naming operations: 6.6. Listing the Children of a Context
environment
IDL client: 10.10.2.3. Context values
idltojava compiler: 12. Java IDL Tools
RMI activation daemon: 9. RMI Tools
RMI registry: 9. RMI Tools
rmic compiler: 9. RMI Tools
serialver utility (RMI): 9. RMI Tools
Environment class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
equals()
ObjID class: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
RemoteObject class: 3.2.1. Key RMI Classes for Remote Object Implementations
17. The java.rmi.server Package
RemoteRef interface: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
errors: 5.2.6. Error Handling
(see also exceptions)
beans, creating: 19. The javax.ejb Package
binding remote objects to names: 3.4.1. The Registry and Naming Services
I/O: 13. The java.rmi Package
JDBC, handling: 2.7. Handling Errors
log, output stream to: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
marshaling exception: 3.1.2. RMI Architecture
messages, specifying custom: 5.2.6.1. Status codes
remote object URLs: 3.4.1. The Registry and Naming Services
remote sessions: 3.2. Defining Remote Objects
servlets, handling: 5.2.6. Error Handling
SQL return codes: 8.6. Return Codes
escape sequences: 2.12. Escape Sequences
components (JDBC): 2.12. Escape Sequences
dates (example): 2.6.3. Dates and Times
dates (ISO): 2.6.3. Dates and Times
nonprintable characters (IDL): 10.5.4. Character Literals
stored procedures, accessing (JDBC): 2.11. Stored Procedures
escape syntax
JDBC Date: 18. The java.sql Package
JDBC Time: 18. The java.sql Package
event notification (JMS): 1.3.7. JMS: Enterprise Messaging
Event objects (JMS vs.): 1.3.7. JMS: Enterprise Messaging
Event Service (CORBA): 11.3. Event Service
11.11. Licensing Service
exception() (Environment): 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
ExceptionList class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
ExceptionListener interface: 21. The javax.jms Package
exceptions: 5.2.6. Error Handling
(see also errors)
access control identities: 7.7.2. Access-Control Deployment Attributes
attributes, invalid: 6.11. Creating Directory Entries
bounds, data (IDL): 10.4.1.1. Mapping strings and characters to Java
commands (JNDI NamingShell): 6.5.1. The Command Interface
context, destroying: 6.7. Creating and Destroying Contexts
CORBA, mapping to Java: 10.8.2. Mapping Exceptions to Java
CORBA, standard: 10.8.1. Standard Exceptions
helper classes (IDL mapping to Java): 10.10.4.1. Helper and holder classes
home interface: 7.4.1. Home Interface
IDL: 10. IDL Reference
10.8. Exceptions
IDL interface, early binding: 10.10.3.3. IDL early binding
IDL interface methods: 4.2.1.3. Data members and methods
IDL interfaces (inheritance): 10.10.3.2. Constant, type, and exception inheritance
IDL methods: 10.10.2.2. Exceptions
name, object not found at specified: 4.4.2.1. Using a naming context
naming (JNDI): 6.2. A JNDI Example
object references, narrowing (CORBA): 4.4. Finding Remote Objects
objects, binding to NamingContext: 4.3.3. Adding Objects to a Naming Context
primary keys, finding: 7.6.2. Finder Methods
root cause, specifying (Servlet API Version 2.1): 5.10. The Servlet API 2.1
sequences (IDL), size bounds: 10.7.3.1. Mapping sequences to Java
servlets: 5.2.6.2. Servlet exceptions
SQL return codes: 8.6. Return Codes
unions (IDL), mapping to Java: 10.7.6.1. Mapping unions to Java
execute()
Command interface: 6.5.1. The Command Interface
Statement interface: 2.5. Statements
executeBatch(), Statement interface: 2.13.2. Batch Updates
executeQuery()
PreparedStatement interface: 18. The java.sql Package
Statement interface: 18. The java.sql Package
executeUpdate()
PreparedStatement interface: 18. The java.sql Package
ResultSet interface: 18. The java.sql Package
Statement interface: 18. The java.sql Package
expert flag: 38.2.3.1. Member availability and flags
ExportException class: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
exportObject()
Activatable class: 3.6.2.1. The Activatable class
3.6.2.2. Implementing an activatable object
14. The java.rmi.activation Package
ServerRef interface: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
exportOjbect(), Activatable class: 3.6.2. Defining an Activatable Remote Object
extended attributes: 6.11. Creating Directory Entries
Externalization Service (CORBA): 11.7. Externalization Service


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