Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) is Sun's server-side component architecture for Java and part of Sun's Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE). EJB is supported by application server and business component products from both commercial vendors and open source projects. Typically, application serves which support the EJB standard also strive to offer support for the rest of J2EE.
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Enterprise JavaBeans Technology
Sun Microsystem official site.
A suite of Enterprise JavaBeans including SuperEnvironment, SuperLogging, SuperPeekPoke, SuperReport, SuperScheduler and SuperStress. [Shareware]
A server side object inspector for web applications. Through a web interface drill down in server side java beans. There are spectial support for Jakarta Struts objects. Online demo. [Open source, zlib/libpng License]
EJB Foundation Classes
A framework for coding Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) from scratch. [Open source, GPL]
EJB code generation tool in the form of a Javadoc doclet. Generates a home interfaces, remote interfaces, CMP layers and deployment descriptors for each tagged bean class [Open Source, BSD-like]
Elegant J Beans
A collection of Java Beans. Download, evaluate and buy.
jGuru's EJB FAQ
jGuru's Enterprise Java Beans FAQ, edited by Richard Monson-Haefel.
A JavaBeans TM based programmer's toolkit for building applications and applets that access geospatial data from legacy databases and applications. [Open source]
WikiWikiWeb EJB Roadmap
EJB section of the well-known WikiWikiWeb pattern repository.
Last update:March 2, 2016 at 4:35:03 UTC