Chapter 6  conatiner -> container  ALWAYS give -> gives  WHEN to us DB cod -> to use DB code [*] to pool -> to the pool  more than persistent field -> missing word  EJBPostCreate -> ejbPostCreate
Chapter 7  is handle -> handled  if the bean have -> has  one of the bean do not -> one of the beans does not  enterprise-bean block -> enterprise-beans block  relationship block -> relationships block  list of bean -> list of beans  wilcard are -> wildcards are  assignement -> assignment
Chapter 8  acknoledges -> acknowledges  is publish -> is published  there is two -> there are two  aknowledgement -> acknowledgement  destionation -> destination REMARQUE: I don't quite understand the NOTE. Do you mean : Setting the destination tag means that the bean is the destination of....
Chapter 9  ACID: Atomic, Consistent, Isolated, Durable -> ACID: Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability  Two type -> two types  Bean code may the handle -> may handle  may declared -> may declare  declares method -> declares methods (in UserTransaction and EJBContext)  setTransactionTimeout() -> setTransactionTimeout(int) REM: if you want to enumerate method names only, maybe you should remove the ()  related method -> related methods  nested transaction -> nested transactions  complets -> completes  wheter -> whether  getStatus() return an -> returns  transactional methods have an attribute in -> an attribute set to either  tells container -> tells the container  They MUST be �tx aware�-> sorry, this reminded me Jean-Claude VanDamme  EJB Specifications require -> EJB Specification does not deal with  enterprise-bean -> enterprise-beans  is declared -> are declared  REM: the XML diagram is a bit confusing. How about tag names ? container-transaction, method, trans-attribute,... Like the diagram in the Servlet Spec.  enterprise-bean -> enterprise-beans  which method are transactionals -> which methods are transactional  EntityBeans stays -> stay  may implement SessionSynchronization interface -> the javax.ejb.SessionSynchronization interface
hi Frederic Esnault if possible can u include a simple step by step runnable example of entity beans with relationship( one can have a compound key) in the RI. and a session bean with remote interface to access them. thanks
hi thanks for your reply. i tried to email you from your website but it bounced back. anyways what i meant was...
The HFEJB takes a simple example in session bean and explains how to deploy it and run it etc. but there are no such things for Entity and Message driven beans. I faced lot of trouble in deploying and getting an mdb run. but still i am not able to do that with entity beans. I get no verify error but it fails at deploy time. I have created a small document of mdb ... code, steps in the RI and how to run the client. If this kind is available somewhere people like me who neither have work experience in EJb nor working currently will spend less time in finding out what will not be asked in the exam and spend more time on the concepts of it.
If u give me your email id i can send u the doc i prepared for the mdb...it may not be all that good but will help you finalize what can be there.
Chapter 11:  EJB specifications say -> EJB specification says  to real peoples -> to real people  elements gives acces to a group of method -> element gives access to a group of methods  acces -> access  zero to many method-param element, -> elements,  is get is name -> his name  bean provider do NOT know -> does  distinctions inside of a -> inside a  asembly-descriptor -> assembly-descriptor
Chapter 12:  environement -> environment  environments resources -> environment resources  This elements defines -> element  login informations must -> information  Two values may be set in the <res-auth> element to specify who provides login info -> the <res-auth> element allows the one of the following values to specify who provides login info  <ejb-ref-type>Sessions</ejb-ref-type> -> Session  <home>org.phoenix.CutomerHome</home> -> CustomerHome  MDB hav NO -> have  menas -> means  Up to now, this really menas JMS destination references, or already existing JDBC connections. -> I can't understand  facotries -> factories  NOTE guaranteed -> NOT
Last comment: the number of pages of your document is really inappropriate
Just wanted to write a word to tell you the CMR entity beans tutorial is working well, I made everything work (I fought a little bit with deploytool but I won ) and I started writing the tutorial doc . I'll finish everything tomorrow, and I'll publish it as soon as I'm done. [ April 10, 2006: Message edited by: Frederic Esnault ]
hi Srividya anand thanks for sending the example code ,but u have used deployable tools to configure and deploy mdb's but i am trying with jboss app server .so i need to do that manually. and yet i have not tried it. i will try today or tomorrow.
just wanted to tell you I completely remade my document about bean allowed operations. Go download it now !
By the way, I published documents made by Ankit Doshi on the website. They show also the bean allowed operations, but as list in tables. This is available in the contens/documents/scbcd section of the website.
hi I am trying to install J2EE 1.3 and downloaded j2sdkee-1_3_1-win.exe from suns site. I uninstalled the 1.4. But when i install this i am seeing only Java 2 SDK Enterprise Edition v1.3.1 with Readme.txt in the program files. when i try to run the deploytool.bat in the bin directory. nothing happens. How do i set up J2EE 1.3... what am i doing wrong?
i had already set JAVA_HOME and J2EE_HOME... but tried setting JAVA_PATH and J2EE_PATH too. Basically i doubt if i am running the correct installation file... because 1. the file i have is only 16.x mb where as the 1.4 is 101MB 2. I couldnt find either javac or the setup_env.bat... 3. I uninstalled the one i have and installed 1.4 and i am able to work with that.