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  1. EJB 3.1 Cookbook by Richard Reese aims to provide "a collection of simple but incredibly effective recipes" - quoting the subtitle. The book covers expected part of the EJB stack: session and message-driven beans, JPA, security, interceptors, timer service and web services. Contents areorganized around so called recipes - short (no more than three pages long) micro-chapters focused on one specific issue. This is the most advantageous feature of this publication: all recipes all self-contained mo [...]

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