tomee-users mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From "Iyer, Prasad C" <prasad.c.i...@capgemini.com>
Subject RE: EJB3 Examples -- wanna help?
Date Thu, 23 Nov 2006 06:25:36 GMT

Hi,
Can you tell me the download page for openejb3?
Regards
Prasad chandrasekaran 

>-----Original Message-----
>From: David Blevins [mailto:david.blevins@visi.com] 
>Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2006 4:04 AM
>To: openejb-dev@incubator.apache.org
>Cc: openejb-users@incubator.apache.org
>Subject: EJB3 Examples -- wanna help?
>
>All,
>
>We are launching a new initiative to create some really simple 
>and neat EJB3 examples similar to the excellent examples that 
>Tomcat ships that show people how to write Servlets and JSPs.  
>With these examples people will not only be able to use 
>OpenEJB 3 very easily, but moreover they will be one of the 
>definitive places to learn EJB3.  Period.
>
>We've already received a couple volunteers, but there's more 
>than enough to go around, so we're sending out the word.  If 
>you would like to help create examples, reply to this email on 
>the dev list and we'll help you get started!
>
>
>Here's the current wish-list:
>
>   [OPENEJB-342] EJB 3 Examples
>     [OPENEJB-343] Example: Minimal Statetless Bean via a 
>deployment descriptor
>     [OPENEJB-344] Example: Minimal Stateful Bean via a 
>deployment descriptor
>     [OPENEJB-345] Example: Minimal MessageDriven Bean via a 
>deployment descriptor
>     [OPENEJB-346] Example: Minimal Statetless Bean via @Stateless
>     [OPENEJB-347] Example: Minimal Stateful Bean via @Stateful
>     [OPENEJB-348] Example: Minimal MessageDriven Bean via 
>@MessageDriven
>     [OPENEJB-349] Example: Stateless Bean with Legacy 
>Home/Remote Interfaces
>     [OPENEJB-350] Example: Stateful Bean with Legacy 
>Home/Remote Interfaces
>     [OPENEJB-351] Example: Stateless Bean with Callbacks
>     [OPENEJB-352] Example: Stateful Bean with Callbacks
>     [OPENEJB-353] Example: MessageDriven Bean with Callbacks
>     [OPENEJB-354] Example: @Resource for JNDI Lookups
>     [OPENEJB-355] Example: @Resource for Field Injection
>     [OPENEJB-356] Example: @Resource for Setter Injection
>     [OPENEJB-357] Example: Using @EJB to refer to other EJBs
>     [OPENEJB-358] Example: Using JDBC
>     [OPENEJB-359] Example: Using JMS
>     [OPENEJB-360] Example: Using JPA
>     [OPENEJB-361] Example: Bean-Managed Transactions
>     [OPENEJB-362] Example: Container-Managed Transactions 
>with @TrasactionAttribute
>     [OPENEJB-363] Example: Interceptors for Business Methods
>     [OPENEJB-364] Example: Interceptors for Lifecycle Callbacks
>     [OPENEJB-365] Example: Default Interceptors
>     [OPENEJB-366] Example: Method-level Interceptors
>
>   see:   http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OPENEJB-342
>
>Each example would show how to develop, deploy and test EJB 3 
>applications. All examples will be heavily javadoced to 
>explain how they are used and will be accompanied by JUnit 
>test cases that run them. README.txt files will document the 
>examples overall and detail what the example demonstrates.  
>Further, all the examples and related documentation will also 
>be placed in the website.
>
>We will also have a generated index page with each example 
>indexed by annotation. Clicking on an annotation will bring 
>you to a page listing the examples that have that annotation.
>
>Come join the fun!
>
>-David
>
>

This message contains information that may be privileged or confidential and is the property
of the Capgemini Group. It is intended only for the person to whom it is addressed. If you
are not the intended recipient,  you are not authorized to read, print, retain, copy, disseminate,
 distribute, or use this message or any part thereof. If you receive this  message in error,
please notify the sender immediately and delete all  copies of this message.


Mime
View raw message