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EJB 3.0 simplifies the application programming interface (API) in several ways: Metadata annotations can be used as an alternative to more complex deployment descriptions. Annotations can be used to specify bean types, transaction and security settings, object-relational mapping, and for the injection of environment or resource references. Dependency injection can be used instead of EJB environment and resource references. Bean developers can designate any arbitrary method as a callback method, making the use of specific callback methods unnecessary. Interceptor methods may be defined in session beans (stateless or stateful) or in message-driven beans. An interceptor method is a method that intercepts a business method invocation. An interceptor class may also be used instead of defining the interceptor method in the bean class. Clients can directly invoke a method on the EJB without having to create a bean instance. Session beans have been enhanced and simplified in a number of ways: Session beans are simpler in EJB 3.0 because they are pure Java classes that do not have to implement session bean interfaces. A session bean may have remote, local, or both remote and local interfaces, and the home interface is optional. Metadata annotations are used to specify bean or interface and runtime properties of session beans. Callback listeners are supported for both stateful and stateless session beans. Developers can use either annotations or deployment descriptors to inject environment entities, resources, or EJB context. Interceptor methods or classes are supported for both stateless and stateful session beans. Message-driven beans have been enhanced and simplified in several ways: They can implement the MessageListener interface instead of the MessageDriven interface. Metadata annotation simplifies the specification of the bean or interface and runtime properties. Callback listeners are supported. Dependency may be used instead of deployment descriptors. Interceptor methods or classes can be used. The entity beans / persistence API has been enhanced and simplified in several ways. First, EJB 3.0 standardizes the POJO (Plain Old Java Object) persistence model and simplifies entity beans. Entity beans become concrete Java classes that do not require any interfaces. The entity bean classes directly support polymorphism and inheritance. Second, EJB 3.0 includes the new EntityManager API for use in creating, finding, removing, and
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The development and maturation of the Internet has led to many innovations in the area of application servers, application delivery, and how these relate to SQL-based databases. The open source community has been quite active in these areas. Apache is by far the most commonly used open source web server. For construction of the web applications, developers often use a combination of asynchronous JavaScript and XML known by the term Ajax (or the acronym AJAX, for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML). Other scripting languages such as PHP can be used in place of JavaScript, and XML is technically not required, which is why the term Ajax is preferred over the original acronym AJAX. Although the acronym was coined in 2005, techniques for asynchronously loading web content date back to the mid-1990s. Web applications using Ajax can retrieve data asynchronously using a background process that does not interfere with the display and behavior of the existing web page. Data is retrieved using the XMLHttpRequest object or, for browsers that do not support this object, using remote scripting. Databases used with Ajax to store and retrieve persistent data are almost always open source relational products such as MySQL. Another popular platform for delivering content and applications via web pages is LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP/Python/Perl). In fact, much of the Web 2.0 phenomenon is built on LAMP, which provides a low-cost, SQL-driven infrastructure for web-based applications. Today, LAMP plays a dominant role in the Internet, and new components have been introduced to form variations such as LAMR, where the language becomes Ruby on Rails (ROR). Additionally, as Internet-based service solutions such as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS) gain popularity, LAMP application server technologies will continue to advance and evolve. These services, collectively incorporated into Cloud computing, will rely heavily on LAMP and its immediate successors.
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