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Need explanation for Ejb advantages

 
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I read the following in a EJB book                                  
"EJB 3 offers a complete stack of server-side solutions, including transactions, security,messaging, scheduling, remoting, web services, asynchronous processing,
testing, depen-dency injection, and interceptors." Could anyone explain above in detail.

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Have you read the EE6 tutorial?
 
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Perumal Narayanan wrote:I read the following in a EJB book                                  
"EJB 3 offers a complete stack of server-side solutions, including transactions, security,messaging, scheduling, remoting, web services, asynchronous processing,
testing, depen-dency injection, and interceptors." Could anyone explain above in detail.

Regards
Perumal Narayanan



Thank you walraven for your timely response. I read it
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