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What You Can Build In 50 Minutes With Java EE 5/6?

My session was actually 50 and not 60 Minutes long - so I had to cut the REST and JMS stuff. However, I managed to develop the following:

Introduction of Java EE 5 (with Glassfish 2.1 and Netbeans 6.5):

  1. Started Glassfish v2.1
  2. Developed: 2 EJBs 3
  3. Exposed one as WebService
  4. Used DI to connect them
  5. Implemented a JPA entity
  6. Injected the EntityManager into a SessionBean
  7. Build an interceptor and applied it.
  8. Answered about 10 questions about different topics :-)
  9. Deployed a JSF
  10. Used databinding to create JPA
  11. Passed the JPA-Entity to the session bean
  12. ...I presented 3 slides :-)

Introduction to Java EE 6 (Glassfish v3 EA and Netbeans 6.7m2):

  1. Implemented and deployed a @Singleton, @Startup Bean
  2. Injected a no-interface @Stateless Session Bean into it
  3. Created a Servlet
  4. Injected the @Stateless Session into the Servlet
  5. Answered several questions again. 
The whole session was recorded and is available online.


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Comments:

Hello Mr Adam,
Could you please tell me where can I find the details of te session and sources for the same.

Thanks
Avinash yadav

Posted by Avinash Yadav on March 19, 2009 at 02:56 PM CET #

The video of your session isnt online yet. There s only the oppening and ending session...
so i am still waiting to see what i missed du to the timezones...
Greetings
Daniel

Posted by Daniel on March 19, 2009 at 03:21 PM CET #

Hi,

I liked your session. It was not boring at all. Actually I primary read your blog some time ago and I found you (from your blog) there is Sun conference in NY. So I merged my familly trip and visiting Sun at the same time. Thanks a lot ! I also travelled from Europe and I knew how you felt !

I.

Posted by Ivan Budzel on March 19, 2009 at 05:07 PM CET #

@Ivan,

thank you very much for the nice comment. Next time we should meet us in Europe :-),

regards,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on March 19, 2009 at 05:28 PM CET #

Hii Adam,

Iam doing some research on JBoss vs Glass Fish server.

Some people say Glass Fish is not yet ready for enterprise level projects.

What is your perspective on Glass Fish vs JBoss.

Posted by Sai on March 22, 2009 at 09:13 PM CET #

@Sai,

I use GF v1-v2 for about 2-3 years in production - works perfectly. However, GF v3, is not ready yet for enterprise projects. Reason: Java EE 6 is not completed yet :-),

thanks,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on March 22, 2009 at 09:18 PM CET #

Thanks Adam.

I recently got connected to your blog through twitter. I see lot of intresting stuff in your blogs.

You are doing a great work on not only learning but also passing knowledge to the other people.

Posted by Sai on March 22, 2009 at 09:51 PM CET #

il est où le video conard

Posted by 41.249.8.250 on April 01, 2009 at 01:51 PM CEST #

Thanks... Great Session!

Posted by bernd on April 03, 2009 at 10:19 PM CEST #

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