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Here are some short lecture fragments (approx. 10 min. each) on Servlets.
These are the slides used in the videos. If you are already familiar with servlets, you may just go through these slides without watching the videos.
If you do not have experience with Servlets, it may be helpful to also though these tutorials:

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  • see references in the slides for the tutorials

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  • see references in the slides for the tutorials

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  • see references in the slides for the tutorials

Sorry, the first minutes were not recorded - it was however only introductory material. The slides should be enough for that part.
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  • see references in the slides for the tutorials

DOM
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  • see references in the slides for the tutorials

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  • see references in the slides for the tutorials

RMI
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Here are some short lecture fragments on Wildfly, its installation and example of use of JNDI in Wildfly.
These are the slides used in the videos.

These are the slides used in the videos.


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There is an old, but still valid free book available as pdf: Mastering EJB 3.0 . In the course we covered the following 9 chapters::
  1. Overview
  2. Pre-EJB 3.0: the world that was
  3. The new EJB
  4. Introduction to session beans
  5. NOT COVERED (Writing Session Bean Web Services)
  6. Java Persistence with Entities
  7. NOT COVERED  (Introduction to message driven beans)
  8. Adding functionality to your beans
  9. Advanced Perisistence Concepts
  10. Transactions
  11. NOT COVERED  (Security)
  12. NOT COVERED  (EJB Timers)
  13. EJB Best practices (partly covered)
  14. and following chapters not covered.
We did cover Appendixes A (RMI and IIOP) and B (Annotations)

The book doe not deal with EJB Design patterns, which can be found in another book (also old but in good part still valid).s








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