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Read more A stateful session bean maintains conversational state on behalf of the client. A conversational state is defined as the session bean field values plus all objects reachable from the session bean fields.
Stateful session beans do not directly represent data in a persistent data store, but they access and update data on behalf of the client. The lifetime of a stateful session bean is typically that of its client. Stateless session beans are designed strictly to provide server-side behavior.
They are anonymous because they contain no user-specific data. The EJB architecture provides ways for a single stateless session bean to serve the needs of many clients. All stateless session bean instances are equivalent when they are not involved in serving a client-invoked method. The term stateless means that it does not have any state information for a specific client. However, stateless session beans can have non-client specific state, for example, an open database connection.
Use Container for a transaction being handled by the session facade and bean for managing user transaction explicitly through a programmatic process. In the Session Facade step, any entities in this project appear as a node in the tree control. You can select the checkbox to include all entity methods this entity exposes, or expand the nodes and select a subset of methods.
Expand the Employees and Departments nodes and select all methods for each entity. Click Next. In the Class Definition step, make sure that the full name for Bean Class is oracle. HRFacadeBean, and then click Next. In the following step, ensure that both Remote and Local interface implementations are selected. The remote interface is used for client applications that run in a separate virtual machine, such as Java clients, whereas a local interface is used for client applications that run in the same virtual machine, such as Web clients.
Click Next to review the summary of the created classes and then Finish. The diagram should now look like the following: The Applications window should look like this: The session bean is made up of three files: HRFacadeBean - contains the session bean code. HRFacade - describes the capabilities of the bean for remote clients and HRFacadeLocal describes the capabilities for the local client. Click the Save All icon to save your work.
This simplifies the way that you bind user interfaces to the EJB. The Applications window should now look like this: A number of things happen in your project when you create a data control.
This file enables the data control to work directly with the service and the bindings. Expand the Data Controls accordion to review the components that have been created and are now available for the UI. Notice the Data Control Registry displaying the available data controls. Expand the HRFacadeLocal node.
Selecting the departmentsFindAll node provides details in the right hand side about the data control. The overview editor for the DataControls. When you select a node, you can view the bean properties for the corresponding entity class in the Attributes tab. In the Accessors tab, you can view all bean properties for the corresponding entity class that return a collection. In the Operations tab, you can view other methods from the session facade that operate on the entities.
You can collapse the Model project node and right-click any of the tabs to close all open tabs. Once you create a data control, you have access to a fine level of control over display and validation characteristics of that data control. In the next few steps, you will set the label of several attributes and and a validation rule to the Employees data control.
In the Data Controls panel, right-click departmentsFindAll and select edit definition. Select the Attributes node. Select departmentId in the attributes list and click the UI Hints tab.
Enter Department Id in the Label property for the departmentId attribute. Repeat the previous step for departmentName and locationId.
Select salary in the attributes list and click the Validation Rules tab. Click the green plus sign on the right side of the Validation Rules pane. In the Add Validation Rule for: salary dialog, enter the following values: Option.
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Read more A stateful session bean maintains conversational state on behalf of the client. A conversational state is defined as the session bean field values plus all objects reachable from the session bean fields. Stateful session beans do not directly represent data in a persistent data store, but they access and update data on behalf of the client.
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Locking and concurrency control This provides better support for testing, offline processing for example, batch jobs , and the use of the EJB programming model in desktop applications. Most of the services present in the enterprise bean container in a Java EE server are available in the embedded enterprise bean container, including injection, container-managed transactions, and security. Enterprise bean components execute similarly in both embedded and Java EE environments, and therefore the same enterprise bean can be easily reused in both standalone and networked applications. However, you can still to use XML deployment descriptors if you want.
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