Developers evaluating CMP should also look
at Amber as an alternative persistence framework.
- User's Guide
- EJB Misconceptions
Since EJB 2.0 is a dramatic change from previous EJB
specifications, there are a number of preconceptions about EJB
that no longer apply.
- CMP Relations Catalog
- CMP Performance
The Resin-CMP EJB Server is implemented as a JNDI resource.
- Resin EJB Configuration
- EJB-QL Syntax
- XDoclet tags
- CMP Tutorials
- Basic CMP
Scenario: Headmaster Dumbledore needs a database of Courses.
- Finding Entity Beans with EJB-QL
Scenario: Headmaster Dumbledore needs to list all the courses and find the
- Creating and Removing Entity Beans
Scenario: Headmaster Dumbledore adds two courses to the curriculum,
then changes his mind and removes them again
- Container Persistent Relations
Scenario: Professor Snape wants to know which students live in which house
- ejbSelect for more EJB-QL queries
Scenario: Professor McGonagall needs a list of all the boys in a house
- One-to-One Entity Relationship
Scenario: At Hogwarts every Professor teaches one
- Many-to-Many Entity Relationship
Scenario: Professor McGonagall needs to see everybody's
schedule as well as an enrollment list for every class
- Map Relations and Compound Primary Keys
This tutorial introduces compound primary keys and map relations.
Both were initially supported in Resin-CMP 1.0.4.
- CMP Scrapbook
A repository of notes and comments that will
eventually make their way into the documentation. Please
treat the information here with caution, it has often not been
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