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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 3.1.x
    • Fix Version/s: 3.1.x
    • Labels:
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      Description

      Several examples to 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.

      All the examples and related documentation will also be placed in the website.

      We will also have a generated index page for indexing examples by annotation. It will show list of annotations, when you click on one, you get to see the list of examples that have that annotation.

      1. Example: Minimal Stateful Bean via a deployment descriptor Sub-task Open Steve Yau
       
      2.
      Example: Minimal Statetless Bean via a deployment descriptor Sub-task Resolved Jonathan Gallimore
       
      3.
      Example: Minimal MessageDriven Bean via a deployment descriptor Sub-task Resolved Jonathan Gallimore
       
      4.
      Example: Minimal Statetless Bean via @Stateless Sub-task Closed Filippo Diotalevi
       
      5.
      Example: Minimal Stateful Bean via @Stateful Sub-task Closed Filippo Diotalevi
       
      6.
      Example: Minimal MessageDriven Bean via @MessageDriven Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      7. Example: Stateless Bean with Legacy Home/Remote Interfaces Sub-task Open karan singh malhi
       
      8.
      Example: Stateful Bean with Legacy Home/Remote Interfaces Sub-task Closed karan singh malhi
       
      9.
      Example: Stateless Bean with Callbacks Sub-task Closed Thiago Veronezi
       
      10.
      Example: Stateful Bean with Callbacks Sub-task Closed Thiago Veronezi
       
      11. Example: MessageDriven Bean with Callbacks Sub-task Open Unassigned
       
      12. Example: @Resource for JNDI Lookups Sub-task Reopened Unassigned
       
      13. Example: @Resource for Field Injection Sub-task Reopened Raj Saini
       
      14.
      Example: @Resource for Setter Injection Sub-task Closed Raj Saini
       
      15.
      Example: Using @EJB to refer to other EJBs Sub-task Closed Filippo Diotalevi
       
      16.
      Example: Using JDBC Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      17.
      Example: Using JMS Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      18.
      Example: Using JPA Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      19.
      Example: Bean-Managed Transactions Sub-task Closed Thiago Veronezi
       
      20.
      Example: Container-Managed Transactions with @TrasactionAttribute Sub-task Closed Unassigned
       
      21.
      Example: Interceptors for Business Methods Sub-task Closed Jacek Laskowski
       
      22. Example: Interceptors for Lifecycle Callbacks Sub-task Reopened Unassigned
       
      23.
      Example: Default Interceptors Sub-task Closed Jacek Laskowski
       
      24.
      Example: Method-level Interceptors Sub-task Closed Jacek Laskowski
       
      25. Example: Stateful Activate/Passivate Sub-task Open Unassigned
       
      26. Example: Stateful Remove Sub-task Open Unassigned
       
      27.
      Example: CMP2 EntityBean Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      28.
      Example: Singleton bean with bean vs container concurrency Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      29.
      Example: WebService with MTOM Sub-task Closed Jean-Louis MONTEIRO
       
      30.
      Example: Testing Security via InitialContext login/logout Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      31.
      Example: Webapp EJB WebService and Perl SOAP::Lite client Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      32.
      Example: WebService with Security Sub-task Closed Jean-Louis MONTEIRO
       
      33.
      Example: WebService with Attachments Sub-task Closed Jean-Louis MONTEIRO
       
      34.
      Example: WebService with WS Security Sub-task Closed Jean-Louis MONTEIRO
       
      35.
      Example: JSF Managed Bean with Dependency Injection Sub-task Closed karan singh malhi
       
      36.
      Example: Struts webapp with JPA and EJB Sub-task Closed karan singh malhi
       
      37.
      Example: EJB in Webapp with Applet Client Sub-task Closed karan singh malhi
       
      38.
      Example: JUnit TestCase using Dependency Injection Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      39.
      Example: MDB with Quartz Resource Adapter Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      40.
      Example: Transaction Rollback Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      41.
      Example: Common Troubleshooting Flags Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      42.
      Example: WebService SEI Inheritance Sub-task Closed Jean-Louis MONTEIRO
       
      43.
      Example: Lookup of EJBs Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       
      44.
      Example: Lookup of EJBs with descriptor Sub-task Closed David Blevins
       

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            Reporter:
            David Blevins
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