JMS is the Java EE API that deals with the concept of MOM and helps in creating the enterprise messaging system to produce and consume asynchronous messages. Manoj Debnath shows you how.
EJB/Components Section Index
EJB application development got easier with the release of EJB 3.1. Find out which new features made that possible.
Learn how to combine OSGi services and Eclipse extensions to build reusable components for the Equinox container.
If you've looked for a Java position or if you are on the other side and are looking to fill a Java position in your company, then here are a few tips that will come in handy.
Options for returning multiple parameters in Java are limited. Discover a good way to get around this limitation.
Seam is an amazing new addition to the JBoss system. Learn all about it here.
Help Developer.com choose the best of the best for the upcoming year.
If you are not at JavaOne this year here is your chance to learn about the opening announcements.
The real success of Java EE applications lies in assembly and deployment, as this is the key to delivering on Java's promise of write once, run anywhere (WORA).
Look at the new and simplified EJB 3 model for developing session beans using standard Java language artifacts, such as Java classes and interfaces. You will also learn about session beans (stateless and stateful), including the differences between them and some general use cases for each and how each is used in 2-tier and 3-tier application architectures.
See how to configure applications with Spring, deploy a POJO application and review POJO design topics.
Create and use Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs) that are J2EE server components and understand their role within the perspective of a J2EE application.
Learn how to eliminate DTOs, return domain objects to the presentation tier, make POJOs transactional, and manage these transactions with Spring.
Compare classic EJB to POJO approaches, discover the benefits of using POJOs, how to use transparent persistence with JDO and Hibernate, and how to encapsulate the calls to the persistence framework.
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is another strategic milestone in the enterprise architecture world.
Developer.com announces the winners for the Developer.com Product of the Year 2006.
The EJB 2.1 architecture has a reputation of complexity, but this need not be the case. In this article, Dick Wall proposes an approach of aggressively using IDE tools to help simplify development and increase productivity when using EJBs.
Discover Betwixt, a utility tool for converting JavaBeans to XML and vice versa. It's a flexible tool that uses Digester rules to create objects from XML files. It also converts JavaBeans to XML in a manner that can be customized to a high degree.
Write a Java Mobile Edition Application quickly and easily using NetBeans 4.1 and the Mobility Pack.
If you have never ventured into Eclipse here is your chance.
Apply aspect-oriented programming using Spring and see how Spring stands up against the available alternatives.
Reduce the complexity of using interfaces, speed and simplify your application development, and get the power and robust features of EJBs while keeping the simplicity of non-enterprise JavaBean. Discover the power or Spring, the powerful yet lightweight J2EE framework.
Discover how to use EJBs and the data returned from them to bind into on-page controls within Sun Java Studio Creator. See a number of basic approaches covered for binding in the data, and some specific details and notes on that usage within Creator.
For use of a EJB API in Creator, there are really two distinct operations: deploying the EJB API, and deploying any support libraries needed for that API. Discover how to do both before consuming that EJB.
Discover the steps necessary to create an API based on Session EJBs suitable for use in a Creator project, using tools other than Creator either already in use at your workplace, or suitable for the task.