Java SIG: A Guide to Implementing CMP Entity Beans in EJB 2.0

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  • ... and "A Year in the Life of a Product - Lessons Learned from JSP Explorer".

     

    Tech Talk: A Year in the Life of a Product - Lessons Learned from JSP Explorer

    Mike Slinn - JSP Explorer
     

    Main Talk: A Guide to Implementing CMP Entity Beans in EJB 2.0

    Pravin Tulachan - JavaCamp







     

    Presentation Overview

    A Year in the Life of a Product - Lessons Learned from JSP Explorer

    This is the story of how a programmer with a dream tried to buck the odds and create something new.



    In early 2001, Mike Slinn had an idea about how to improve software documentation for developers. He spent the next year creating a product and a company. He built a prototype, he did market research, he got feedback from various points within the industry, and ... ultimately he decided to spend most of 2002 sailing.



    COME!
    SEE THE DEMO!
    HEAR THE ELEVATOR PITCH!




    Learn what happened, and how to avoid having it happen to you.



     

    A Guide to Implementing CMP Entity Beans in EJB 2.0

    This talk will cover the details of how to use container managed persistence (CMP) in EJB 2.0. It will start with a discussion of the shortcomings of CMP entity beans in EJB 1.1 and then proceed to discuss how those shortcomings are addressed in EJB 2.0. The detailed discussion will focus on Abstract Persistence Schema, abstract methods, and EJB QL. S



       Notes:

    • To get maximum benefit from this talk, prior EJB experience, especially using entity beans, would be helpful.
    • I will be requesting audience to participate in evaluation of my talk so I can improve the presentation for JavaOne.



     

    Event Logistics

    Location

    Cubberly Community Center

    4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1

    Palo Alto, CA 94105

    Agenda

    6:30-7:00pm registration/networking/refreshments/pizza

    7:00-7:45pm tech talk

    7:50-8:05pm Q&A

    8:10-9:05pm main talk

     

    Cost

    $15 for non-SDForum Members

    No charge for SDForum members and students with ID

    No registration required





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