Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Java Training: - Differences between JNDI context, Initial context, session context and EJB context?


JNDI context
JNDI Context Provides a mechanism to lookup resources on the network

Initial context
Initial Context constructor provides the initial context.

Session context
Session Context has all the information a session bean would require from the container

Entity Context
Entity Context has all the information that an Entity bean would need from a container

EJB context
EJB Context contains the information that is common to both the session and entity bean

See the following video on EJB (Enterprise Java Beans): -



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