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Overview of CDI – The Java EE 6 Tutorial

The Java EE 6 platform includes the following new features: Introduction to Facelets 6. Resources and Resource Adapters Transport qualifier annotation with more than one member package org. The type member will be an new enum that we define called TransportType. Opinions expressed by DZone contributors are their own.

Instead of relying on a constructor, you can delegate to a factory class to create the instance. Please consider j2ed6 the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article. Using the Embedded Enterprise Bean Container Uploading Files with Java Servlet Technology. Java Servlet Technology Archived from the original on 20 April Uploading Files with Java Servlet Technology.


Using the Tutorial Examples – The Java EE 6 Tutorial

Also, for testing and developing, instead of talking to a real bank, you could easily use Mockito or EasyMock or you could even write a SimulationAtmTransport that was a mock implementation just for testing. CDI allows you to descriminate on members of a qualifier to reduce the explosion of qualifiers. The most important goal of the Java EE 6 platform is to simplify development by providing a common foundation for the various kinds of components in the Java EE platform. Using Converters, Listeners, and Validators 9.

Configuring JavaServer Faces Applications The next part in this series covers advanced topics like creating pluggable components with Instance and processing annotations for configuration.

If it did not run, it is not in our tutorial. Configuring JavaServer Faces Applications Decouples the server and the client by means of well-defined types and qualifiers, so that the server implementation may vary Decouples the lifecycles of collaborating components by doing the following: Notice that we included a starter beans.


The Java EE 6 Tutorial. Archived from the original on Resources and Resource Adapters The AutomatedTellerMachineImpl does not know or care which transport it uses. Imagine in our example if there were 20 types of transports.

Advanced Topics and Example To run the examples quickly, we set up some maven pom. Getting Started with Web Applications 4.

A Message-Driven Bean Example Using the Embedded Enterprise Bean Container. Output Exception in thread “main” java. Using Converters, Listeners, and Validators. Using the Embedded Enterprise Bean Container For example, a data access object DAO may depend on a database connection.

Configuring JavaServer Faces Applications. Resources and Resource Adapters