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My colleague said that "there is no need for you to view the DB". Everything is done is JavaBeans.
What is he exactly coming to say ? How it could be possible ?
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by:CEHJ
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He probably means that the db is wrapped in a bean-implemented OO layer
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by:sangeetha
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I have to learn and use EJB...Does he means that ?
CEHJ, Could you please explain me more about that?

Thanks.
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by:girionis
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EJBs could provide transparent access to the db but by default you will have to write some SQL code. What exactly are you trying to do?
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by:sangeetha
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He said that DB was created and used by JavaBeans... I think i have to look into the Beans Classes to get more idea....ne way, thanks for both.
Just one favor: Could you please give me a good link about learning Struts with EJB concepts?
Thanks.
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by:zzynx
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>> What is he exactly coming to say ?
I think your colleague is the one who can answer that best ;°)
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by:sangeetha
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BTW, what is:  "db is wrapped in a bean-implemented OO layer" ?
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The calls and the db interaction is done through java beans, i.e. a bean represents a record in the database and you actually insert, delete, select or update beans instead of literal records.

For struts and ejb tutorial look here:  http://www.devx.com/Java/Article/21065
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by:sangeetha
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thanks :-D
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:)
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Thanks
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