Use enterprise beans in applications


  1. Design a J2EE application and the enterprise beans that it needs.

  2. Develop enterprise beans

  3. For EJB 2.x-compliant entity beans, decide on an appropriate access intent policy.

  4. Set security and assemble the beans into one or more EJB modules.

  5. Assemble the modules into a J2EE application using the Assembly Toolkit .

  6. For a given appserver, update the EJB container configuration if needed for the application to be deployed, and determine if you want to batch commands batch commands or defer commands for container managed persistence.

  7. Deploy the application in an appserver.

  8. Test the modules.

  9. Assemble the production application using the Assembly Toolkit.

  10. Deploy the application to a production environment.

  11. Manage its EJB modules individually using console settings.

  12. Update the module and redeploy it using the Assembly Toolkit.

  13. Tune the performance of the application.


See Also

Enterprise beans
EJB modules
EJB containers
Enterprise beans: Resources for learning
EJB method Invocation Queuing
Monitoring performance