Session Beans and the Timer Service

  • Antonio Goncalves


From Chapter 2 to Chapter 5, I focused on persistent objects using JPA entities. Entities encapsulate data, relational mapping, and sometimes validation logic. Chapter 6 gave you an introduction on how to develop a business layer that handles these persistent objects using session beans. Session beans handle complex tasks that require interaction with other components (entities, web services, messaging, etc.). This logical separation between entities and session beans follows the “separation of concerns” paradigm wherein an application is split into separate components whose functions overlap as little as possible.


Time Service Shopping Cart Public Class Remote Method Invocation Public Void 
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