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Decent coverage with some flaws 14 mai 2013
Par Ammy_Evaluator - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is intended for beginners wanting to find their way around EJB 3 and Java EE persistence APIs.

That, it does well - providing a high level overview of these technologies which should be sufficient for an initial exploration. Useful examples are also provided based on the GlassFish AS with the NetBeans IDE.

Even better, it does all this within a relatively short number of pages.

My biggest problem with it has to be the inconsistent writing quality. Some chapters are extremely well written (the first 3), and then you hit a brick wall with chapter 4 which contains such tautological assertions as "Within a given entity inheritance hierarchy, a single inheritance strategy applies to all entities in the hierarchy."

Other chapters have similar gems that can leave you scratching your head:
"Also, the restriction that only one persistence context for any given persistence unit must be associated with a given transaction context ensures that for any entity of type T with identity I, its state will be represented by only one persistence context within any transaction context."

Another problem is the striking lack of diagrams - even life cycles are described rather than depicted.

Overall, though, I was pleased with the broad coverage of a variety of topics all in a single (fairly) easy to consume package.
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Critique of the Kindle Edition 18 février 2015
Par Mark Mueller - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I wanted to start reading this book right away and decided to give the Kindle edition a try. I agree with the other reviewers that the book itself is well written and covers the topic well. On the other hand, I wish now that I had ordered the print edition instead. Kindle is superb for reading a novel -- the text flows nicely and the font resizes very easily. At this point, I don't think that Kindle is particularly suited to technical books with diagrams and code samples. Some of the diagrams in the book are small and fit very well on the screen. Screen captures are hard to read because they are rendered in shades of gray. Kindle allows you to magnify the size of an image, but only to the size of the screen. Since most of the diagrams are full page width, there is little gain. From the text I generally found that I could guess the unreadable text in the screen captures. Figure 7-4, a domain model showing classes, methods, class relationships is totally unreadable, and this is a case where I think being able to read and understand the diagram is critical. I would say that until Kindle allows you to magnify diagrams well beyond the size of the screen so that you can pan them with a scroll-bar, it's not well suited to books like this.
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Excellent guide 20 juin 2014
Par john anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I was extremely experienced in J2EE and early EJB technology back in 2003/4/5 then left the Java world to work full time in Obj-C. I had a requirement to come back to JEE to design and build a server app under JEE7 and discovered the JEE world had changed significantly. I read the common texts on Java 7 and JEE7 but still did not have my head around practical usage of EJB, JPA, and CDI in the JEE7 world. This book solved that problem for me. I have used Eclipse since it was first released and where books (like this one) use Netbeans for all their examples; I have always reloaded them into Eclipse and smoothed the edges. With this book I took their advice and used Netbeans and found the books guidance made this seamless. All examples are well written, packaged clearly, AND actually work immediately. Over all I this this one of the best technical guide books I have read in a long time (and I read a lot of them!). Well worth reading if you want to get your head around these technologies.
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Great book, but make sure your Netbeans configuration is up to scratch! 2 septembre 2014
Par Arnold Graaff - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A very comprehensive guide, written at a level good for beginners. The code examples are great - I must add if Netbeans are consistent. We used this book in a lecture about EJB and 50% of the students using Netbeans on Windows' configuration were not able to run Chapter 6 's example project due to a known, intermittent Netbeans problem in the external schema utilisation when using Web Services. The chapter examples build upon another so the rest of the book's example projects did not work. Luckily we were able to utilise alternative Linux-based Netbeans configuration to appreciate the book to the full.
Useful book 25 avril 2015
Par mat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Useful book, saved me when stucked on EJB
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