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EJB 3 Hello World tutorial using OpenEJB & Tomcat

Alexander Saint Croix-2
Part 4 of the tutorial series I'm working on is done.

I just finished a demo based on the one Dain showed me over Thanksgiving
break, building a simple Hello World web app and hooking into a stateless
session bean over a local interface.  Credit for the whole presentation goes
to Dain.  Start to finish, from creating the project in IDEA 7 to running
the hello world session bean in Tomcat, takes 12 minutes.  I had some sound
synchronization problems with the video after about the fourth take, and
spent all day trying to resync it instead of starting over.  It worked
almost without a hitch and I'm satisfied with the results.

I also recompressed the screenshots I'd taken so the PDF version of the
whole tutorial series is a little more than half of its original size, even
after adding all of the content for part 4.  This is hopefully turning into
a useful user-created manual on getting started with OpenEJB.  The last
thing I intend to add to this document, in Part 5, is a straightforward
entity bean tutorial.

But it's finals week.  So that might have to wait until Friday.

Full PDF: https://wiki.umn.edu/genpdf/OpenEJB/Building_the_ATOM_stack#Part_4_HelloWorld_Tutorial_for_O


UMWiki  Topic:
https://wiki.umn.edu/view/OpenEJB/Building_the_ATOM_stack#Part_4_HelloWorld_Tutorial_for_O


Video Tutorial:
Flash 8: https://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/embed/7008
iPod: https://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/download.php?file=7009.m4v

Cheers,
--
Alex
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Re: EJB 3 Hello World tutorial using OpenEJB & Tomcat

Paul Spencer-4
Alex,
I like the tutorials.  It contained a lot of good information.

Watch you tutorial start me thinking about doing my own, but not for
OpenEJB.  What tools did you use?

Alexander Saint Croix wrote:

> Part 4 of the tutorial series I'm working on is done.
>
> I just finished a demo based on the one Dain showed me over Thanksgiving
> break, building a simple Hello World web app and hooking into a stateless
> session bean over a local interface.  Credit for the whole presentation goes
> to Dain.  Start to finish, from creating the project in IDEA 7 to running
> the hello world session bean in Tomcat, takes 12 minutes.  I had some sound
> synchronization problems with the video after about the fourth take, and
> spent all day trying to resync it instead of starting over.  It worked
> almost without a hitch and I'm satisfied with the results.
>
> I also recompressed the screenshots I'd taken so the PDF version of the
> whole tutorial series is a little more than half of its original size, even
> after adding all of the content for part 4.  This is hopefully turning into
> a useful user-created manual on getting started with OpenEJB.  The last
> thing I intend to add to this document, in Part 5, is a straightforward
> entity bean tutorial.
>
> But it's finals week.  So that might have to wait until Friday.
>
> Full PDF: https://wiki.umn.edu/genpdf/OpenEJB/Building_the_ATOM_stack#Part_4_HelloWorld_Tutorial_for_O
>
>
> UMWiki  Topic:
> https://wiki.umn.edu/view/OpenEJB/Building_the_ATOM_stack#Part_4_HelloWorld_Tutorial_for_O
>
>
> Video Tutorial:
> Flash 8: https://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/embed/7008
> iPod: https://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/download.php?file=7009.m4v
>
> Cheers,
> --
> Alex
>

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Re: EJB 3 Hello World tutorial using OpenEJB & Tomcat

Paul Spencer-4
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Alex,
I like the tutorials.  It contained a lot of good information.

Watching you tutorial start me thinking about doing my own, but not for
OpenEJB.  What tools did you use?

Paul Spencer.

Alexander Saint Croix wrote:

> Part 4 of the tutorial series I'm working on is done.
>
> I just finished a demo based on the one Dain showed me over Thanksgiving
> break, building a simple Hello World web app and hooking into a stateless
> session bean over a local interface.  Credit for the whole presentation goes
> to Dain.  Start to finish, from creating the project in IDEA 7 to running
> the hello world session bean in Tomcat, takes 12 minutes.  I had some sound
> synchronization problems with the video after about the fourth take, and
> spent all day trying to resync it instead of starting over.  It worked
> almost without a hitch and I'm satisfied with the results.
>
> I also recompressed the screenshots I'd taken so the PDF version of the
> whole tutorial series is a little more than half of its original size, even
> after adding all of the content for part 4.  This is hopefully turning into
> a useful user-created manual on getting started with OpenEJB.  The last
> thing I intend to add to this document, in Part 5, is a straightforward
> entity bean tutorial.
>
> But it's finals week.  So that might have to wait until Friday.
>
> Full PDF: https://wiki.umn.edu/genpdf/OpenEJB/Building_the_ATOM_stack#Part_4_HelloWorld_Tutorial_for_O
>
>
> UMWiki  Topic:
> https://wiki.umn.edu/view/OpenEJB/Building_the_ATOM_stack#Part_4_HelloWorld_Tutorial_for_O
>
>
> Video Tutorial:
> Flash 8: https://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/embed/7008
> iPod: https://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/download.php?file=7009.m4v
>
> Cheers,
> --
> Alex
>

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Re: EJB 3 Hello World tutorial using OpenEJB & Tomcat

Alexander Saint Croix-2
iShowU, OS X, Desktop Manager for OS X & Photo Booth for parts 1-3 of the
tutorials.  I b0rked part 4 and needed to use iMovie, QuickTIme Pro and
SimpleMovieX to edit the sound problems.  All compression was done on the
University of Minnesota's video compression farm, which we call the "Media
Mill", but you could probably do compression in any number of programs.

Cheers,
--
Alex








On Dec 16, 2007 1:37 PM, Paul Spencer <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Alex,
> I like the tutorials.  It contained a lot of good information.
>
> Watching you tutorial start me thinking about doing my own, but not for
> OpenEJB.  What tools did you use?
>
> Paul Spencer.
>
> Alexander Saint Croix wrote:
> > Part 4 of the tutorial series I'm working on is done.
> >
> > I just finished a demo based on the one Dain showed me over Thanksgiving
> > break, building a simple Hello World web app and hooking into a
> stateless
> > session bean over a local interface.  Credit for the whole presentation
> goes
> > to Dain.  Start to finish, from creating the project in IDEA 7 to
> running
> > the hello world session bean in Tomcat, takes 12 minutes.  I had some
> sound
> > synchronization problems with the video after about the fourth take, and
> > spent all day trying to resync it instead of starting over.  It worked
> > almost without a hitch and I'm satisfied with the results.
> >
> > I also recompressed the screenshots I'd taken so the PDF version of the
> > whole tutorial series is a little more than half of its original size,
> even
> > after adding all of the content for part 4.  This is hopefully turning
> into
> > a useful user-created manual on getting started with OpenEJB.  The last
> > thing I intend to add to this document, in Part 5, is a straightforward
> > entity bean tutorial.
> >
> > But it's finals week.  So that might have to wait until Friday.
> >
> > Full PDF:
> https://wiki.umn.edu/genpdf/OpenEJB/Building_the_ATOM_stack#Part_4_HelloWorld_Tutorial_for_O
> >
> >
> > UMWiki  Topic:
> >
> https://wiki.umn.edu/view/OpenEJB/Building_the_ATOM_stack#Part_4_HelloWorld_Tutorial_for_O
> >
> >
> > Video Tutorial:
> > Flash 8: https://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/embed/7008
> > iPod: https://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/download.php?file=7009.m4v
> >
> > Cheers,
> > --
> > Alex
> >
>
>