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Posted by Eric Gunnewegh at 7:32 on Wednesday 20 September    Add 'Writing Performant EJB Beans in the Java EE 5 Platform (EJB 3.0) Using Annotations' site to delicious  Add 'Writing Performant EJB Beans in the Java EE 5 Platform (EJB 3.0) Using Annotations' site to technorati  Add 'Writing Performant EJB Beans in the Java EE 5 Platform (EJB 3.0) Using Annotations' site to digg  Add 'Writing Performant EJB Beans in the Java EE 5 Platform (EJB 3.0) Using Annotations' site to dzone

The Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) 3.0 specification vastly improves the simplicity of programming enterprise beans. This promises to increase your productivity as a developer. But what about the productivity of your production system? Will it be fast enough to meet the demands of your organization, or will you spend all your newly found free time refactoring code for performance?

This article shows you how to get the best performance out of the new EJB 3.0 programming model. The Java Enterprise Performance team looked at performance in three broad areas: developer performance, performance of 3.0 session and message-driven beans, and performance of Java technology persistent entities.

Posted by Eric Gunnewegh at 13:48 on Monday 7 August    Add 'Security Annotations and Authorization in GlassFish and the Java EE 5 SDK' site to delicious  Add 'Security Annotations and Authorization in GlassFish and the Java EE 5 SDK' site to technorati  Add 'Security Annotations and Authorization in GlassFish and the Java EE 5 SDK' site to digg  Add 'Security Annotations and Authorization in GlassFish and the Java EE 5 SDK' site to dzone

Security is very important in the enterprise environment. In the Java EE 5 / GlassFish environment, you can achieve security using the following options:

- Transport Level Security (TLS) / Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technologies
- Authentication and Authorization
- Message Level Security (for Web Services in GlassFish only)

This article discusses authentication and authorization.

Posted by Eric Gunnewegh at 14:12 on Wednesday 21 June    Add 'Web Tier to Go With Java EE 5: A Look at Resource Injection' site to delicious  Add 'Web Tier to Go With Java EE 5: A Look at Resource Injection' site to technorati  Add 'Web Tier to Go With Java EE 5: A Look at Resource Injection' site to digg  Add 'Web Tier to Go With Java EE 5: A Look at Resource Injection' site to dzone

The focus of the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 5 is ease of development, with the goal of making typical application tasks simpler. An important new feature that helps fulfill this goal is support for annotations. Annotations enable injecting dependencies, resources, services, and life-cycle notifications into a Java EE 5 platform application.

This fourth article of the series describes how the platform’s web-tier technologies support injection through Java technology annotations to simplify access to resources, environment data, and life-cycle control.


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