Look, Ma, No EJBs!
This tutorial is intended for developers who need to access data from back-end data sources, particularly those who would like to know when and whether it is appropriate to do so without EJBs. It may also be helpful to developers who find themselves in situations where quick-and-dirty data access is required, but who don't want to compromise too much stability and reuse. You will learn how to build an application using Data Access Beans. Data Access Beans are a set of JavaBeans that provide quick and easy access to data sources when the cost of implementing EJBs outweighs the benefits. (Free registration required - Noel)
(Submitted by Anonymous Tue Apr 1, 2003 )
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