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1.1. EJB 2.1 Session Beans Description
1.1.1. Introduction
1.1.2. The Home Interface
2.1.1. Introduction
2.1.2. The Home Interface
2.1.3. The Component Interface
2.1.4. The Primary Key Class
2.1.5. The Enterprise Bean Class
2.2. Writing Database Access Methods for Bean Managed Persistence
2.2.1. Example
2.3. Configuring Database Access for Container Managed Persistence
2.3.1. CMP 1.x specifics
2.3.2. CMP 2.x specifics
2.4. Tuning EJB 2.1 entity beans
2.4.1. lock-policy
2.4.2. shared
2.4.3. prefetch
2.4.4. max-cache-size / hard-limit / max-wait-time
2.4.5. min-pool-size
2.4.6. is-modified-method-name
2.4.7. passivation-timeout
2.4.8. read-timeout
2.4.9. inactivity-timeout
2.5. Using the CMP 2 Persistence in Entity Beans
2.5.1. Standard CMP2.0 Aspects
2.5.2. JOnAS EJBQL extension
2.5.3. JOnAS Database mappers
2.5.4. JOnAS Database Mapping (Specific Deployment Descriptor)
2.6. Configuring JDBC DataSources
2.6.1. Configuring DataSources
3.1. EJB Programmer's Guide: Message- drivenBeans
3.1.1. Description of a Message-driven Bean
3.1.2. Developing a Message-drivenBean
3.1.3. Administration aspects
3.1.4. Running a Message-driven Bean
3.1.5. Transactional aspects
3.1.6. Example
3.2. Tuning Message-driven Bean Pool
3.2.1. min-pool-size
3.2.2. max-cache-size
3.2.3. example
4.1. EJB2 Transactional Behaviour
4.1.1. Declarative Transaction Management
4.1.2. Bean-managed Transaction
4.1.3. Distributed Transaction Management
4.2. EJB2 Environment
4.2.1. Introduction
4.2.2. Environment Entries
4.2.3. Resource References
4.2.4. Resource Environment References
4.2.5. EJB References
4.3. Security Management
4.3.1. Introduction
4.3.2. Declarative Security Management
4.3.3. Programmatic Security Management
4.4. Defining the EJB2 Deployment Descriptor
4.4.1. Principles
4.4.2. Example of Session Descriptors
4.5. EJB2 Packaging
4.5.1. Principles
4.5.2. Example
4.6. ejb2 Service configuration
Appendix A. Appendix
A.1. xml Tips
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