Using JDO in a Web Application

  • David Ezzio


This chapter describes a rental Web application that satisfies the requirements of the fictitious Maine Lighthouse Rental Company. The rental Web application allows a user to identify himself, view available rentals, and make and cancel reservations. The rental Web application meets virtually the same set of requirements as was met by the rental Swing application presented in Chapter 9. This chapter presupposes that you have read Chapter 9, which explains the use cases for the rental applications, and that you have built the rental Swing application. Because the Swing version of the rental application is the only version that can initialize the datastore with the testing data, you must build and use that version before building the rental Web application.


Conversational State Persistent State Identity String Session Object Persistent Object 
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