Hi, I have been reading all the "concepts" and theory in the net regarding this EJB stuffs.
The most informative so far i think is this :
But I have something no so clear about this EJB advantages.
Most of the people mentioned, EJB can help to achieve this stuffs, Scalability, Security and Transactions. But i wonder technically how this works....
If we talk about Scalability, how EJB can help in this sense?
If we mentioned security, isn't that the normal JavaBean-JSP stuff can perform authentication and authorization? How great is this EJB can help to mantain a better security senario?? Which part of the bean (entity or session or CMP or BMP) is working for this purpose?
Pretneding the transaction issues, hm... this is the real things about EJB, frommy point of view. In terms of technically how this works... i am not so sure.. any ideas..
On the reading from the URL above, i also notice this few words, on the "The Rule Book".
The author mentioned,
.... where you must preserve the ACID (Atomicity, consistency, isloation and durability)....
Anyone have any ideas what is this ACID mean for? Can EJB do this stuffs?
I am just confused...
Currently my company is looing forward to migrate all the application into EJB. I am leading the migration. I erally really need your professional advice on this.
Please suggest any Technical readup to me. I will be grateful if you can share with me you rules of thumbs when you learn this EJB stuffs..
THANK YOU sooo much.