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Enterprise Java platform, Java EE 6, is getting a facelift from Sun! Beginning Java EE 6 Platform with GlassFish 3 is the first tutorial on the new Java EE (Enterprise Edition) platform, and could be one of the first books to the market all together on the new Java EE 6.

Biographie de l'auteur

Antonio Goncalves is a senior software architect specialized in Java/Java EE. As a former BEA consultant he has expertise in application servers (Weblogic, JBoss and GlassFish). He is the author of a Java EE 5 book in France and is also an Expert Member on Java EE 6, EJB 3.1 and JPA 2.0. He is the co-founder of the Paris Java User Group. For more, visit http://www.antoniogoncalves.org.


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  • Broché: 478 pages
  • Editeur : APress; Édition : 1 (1 juin 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1430219548
  • ISBN-13: 978-1430219545
  • Dimensions du produit: 21,6 x 2,9 x 26 cm
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1 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Gomez Henri le 5 juin 2010
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Le livre est très bien fait et aborde l'ensemble des points de J2EE 6 parfois trop vite à mon gout. On passe beaucoup de temps sur JSF 2, mais assez peu sur SOAP ou REST. Les exemples sont très bien fait. Au final un bon complément à un l'ouvrage J2EE 6 de référence Sun.
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Good .. But .. Not for Beginners nor Professionals ! 3 février 2010
Par Yasser Helmy Youssef - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
although the title of the book starts with "Beginning", it doesn't mean that it will actually start from scratch!! this book is for professionals only and it assumes that you already know Java EE 5 ! although the author did try to write some topics for the beginners, but it seems that he had put them there just for the sake of the book title :)

also, when you get this book, don't expect to find "details"! it is very hard to talk about the whole Java EE 6 in one single book! indeed, the book shows you the "new" features in Java EE 6 but it doesn't go deep into anything!

so, the book is not for beginners cause it assumes (even if they didn't say so) that you know Java EE 5 .. and it is not for professionals as it's not saying much!

AT THE END:
if you know Java EE 5 .. get this book .. it will tell you what's new in Java EE 6 and you are good to go ! if you don't know Java EE 5, keep looking for a good book for beginners

hope this helps
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Your best bet for a beginning understanding of Java EE 6 and Glassfish 3 23 août 2009
Par Richard Kling - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have perhaps almost 200 books on computer programming and IT (I began programming in 1962). Rarely have I seen a book that is as clear and concise as this one. Goncalves gives a deep and thorough introduction to each of the main topics. His writing style is excellent prose and easy to follow. If his future books are as valuable as this one, I'll place him among the ten best programming technology writers we have today. I look forward to his next book.
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Review by Celinio Fernandes 13 août 2009
Par Developpez.com writers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Antonio Goncalves, if you do not know him yet, is the co-founder of the Paris JUG and is a member of the experts committees regarding the following JSRs : JSR-316 (Java EE 6), JSR-317 (JPA 2.0) et JSR-318 (EJB 3.1). This is his second book. He has been recently awarded the title of Java champion.
Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine (GlassFish team) wrote the foreword.

The 1st chapter enumerates a list of new features introduced in Java EE 6. An e-commerce application (CDs and books sales) is developed in the chapters. And the installation of the used softwares is described.
The chosen application server is GlassFish v3 of course, the first one to support Java EE 6 and also the only one at the moment.

Chapters 2 to 5 deal with the Java Persistence API (JPA), in its version 2.0. As a reminder, the JPA version in Java EE 5 is 1.0 .

The 2nd chapter offers a small sample of persistance of an entity bean, with the help of JUnit for the tests, Maven for the compilation and the execution, Derby for the database.

In the 3rd chapter the author explains numerous ORM annotations of the version 1.0 of the JPA but also the new annotations of the JPA 2.0 (@ElementCollection, @MapKeyColumn, ...). The section on the mapping of relations between entities is well detailed and is certainly very useful for anyone who has forgotten these annotations and wishes to quickly learn them again. rapidement.

Same thing for the 4th chapter, it is very exhaustive in its explications of the persistance. The new features of JPA 2.0 are of course introduced (second-level caching, pessimistic locking ...).

The 5th chapter also gives exhaustive explanations on callback methods and entity listeners.

Chapters 6 to 9 focus on session beans and EJB timer services. The author shows the use of an embedded container, a new feature in the 3.1 version.

Chapter 6 is a very short chapter which explains briefly the new features in EJB 3.1. These new features are used in the next chapters.
A first small example shows the user of the embedded container and the JNDI lookup JNDI through a standard name.

Chapter 7 does a description of stateless and stateful session beans, with examples.
Session beans singletons are explained in details, with a lot of code to illustrate the features around them (initialisation, chaining, concurrence). The other features (standardized JNDI, dependency injection, asynchrones calls with session beans, embedded container, improved timer service) are also rich in examples of code.

Nothing particular to mention about chapter 8. The author does a classical description of the lifecycles of session beans and singletons, callback methods and interceptors (chaining, exclusion).

Chapitre 9 : Once again, a classical and exhaustive description of the 2 transaction modes (container or bean) in EJBs is done. And it also provides good explanations about security-related annotations.

Chapitre 10 : presentation of JSF 2.0. An example shows the development of a JSF 2.0 web application using a business tier based on EJB 3.1 and a persistence layer based on JPA 2.0.

In chapter 11, the author writes some reminders about HTML, CSS, JSP, EL and JSTL.
Facelets are favored against JSP as PDL (Presentation Declaration Language) for JSF. The author also tells us about the JSF HTML components and shows the creation and use of components / widgets with JSF 2.0.

Chapter 12 : a lot of explanations support the presentation of the capabilities in JSF 2.0 regarding the treatment of requests (lifecycle), the navigation, conversion and validation of data, as well as AJAX support.

Chapter 13 : The JMS API is explained in details before the use of MDB EJBs with OpenMQ, the default messaging provider for GlassFish, and their compilation and deployment with Maven.

Chapter 14 : Main features of Web Services (WSDL, SOAP ...) are explained. The author shows the use of annotations of the JAX-WS model, according to the JSR-181 specification, for the creation and the call of web services by a consumer.

Chapter 15 : this last chapter does not lack any interest since it introduces the new type of Web Service, RESTful.
It is detailed using the annotations of the JAX-RS API which is part of Java EE 6.

Conclusion : The code is available on the Apress editions website.
I liked the educational approach of the book : in certain chapters, there is a "Putting it all together" section which makes use of the notions explained previously.
9 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Modern but full of errors in the examples 2 février 2010
Par Neuron - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a book that will give you an introduction to JEE. The are two problems with the book however, annoying errors in the examples and an unstructured presentation. This is not a bad book by any means, but its a book written in haste were the author assume that you read the whole book and not just the parts you are interested in.
-To show this is not just a rant, The code for chapter 10 needs a lot of improvement, basic errors such as redirecting a request bean gave me a lot of headache.
-The fact that I have to read 10 chapters just to get a complete overview of how JSF works, which he starts out with in chapter one.

Most people starting out with Java don't go with Maven, but rather Netbeans. Still this book doesn't even mention Netbeans..?
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Horrible Flow 25 août 2011
Par Kathy C - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Not a good book for a true beginner to the Java EE platform. The author also wrote the book in a very backward style. Instead of starting out with JSP/JSF and then moving through servlets, beans and JPA/ORM. He starts the book out with the JPA/ORM and moves to beans and then servlets, on to JSP, and then bounces to messaging and web services. This makes connecting the dots on understanding the framework of Java EE very difficult.
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