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Refactoring the EJB APIs: Persistence and Dependency Injection

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Frank Sommers

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Refactoring the EJB APIs: Persistence and Dependency Injection Posted: Jun 21, 2006 12:00 AM
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In the interview, Linda DeMichiel outlines several ways in which the EJB expert group simplified the earlier EJB programming models, effectively refactoring many aspects of EJB development. What do you think of the ease-of-development features in EJB 3?


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Re: Refactoring the EJB APIs: Persistence and Dependency Injection Posted: Jul 11, 2006 9:06 AM
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> In the interview, Linda DeMichiel outlines several ways in
> which the EJB expert group simplified the earlier EJB
> programming models, effectively refactoring many aspects
> of EJB development. What do you think of the
> ease-of-development features in EJB 3?


It handy to develop, as there is no longer usage of Home and Remote interfaces, as well as Call back methods need not be taken care, no more deployment descriptors...but the one in my mind still persists...what about ORM using EJB3..does it provide much more flexibility than Hibernate..

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