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  1. 1. Subscribe Now for FREE! refcardz.com tech facts at your fingertips CONTENTS INCLUDE: What is EJB3? Dependency Injection in EJB 3 n n Resource Injection n Injection of EJB References n Injecting JPA Resources n Injecting Spring Beans in EJB 3 n Hot Tips and more... By Debu Panda WHAT IS EJB 3? DEPENDENCY INJECTION IN EJB 3 Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is a platform for building portable, With EJB 3, dependency injection has greatly simplified accessing reusable, and scalable business applications using the Java both EJB resources—such as JDBC DataSource, JMS Objects, programming language. Since its initial incarnation, EJB has and JPA Entity Manager—and services—such as Timer, User been touted as a component model or framework that lets you Transaction, and Web Services. You will find this Refcard useful when building enterprise Java applications with EJB 3 and JPA. build enterprise Java applications without having to reinvent It lists all metadata annotations, describes them and provides services such as transactions, security, and automated persistence examples. It also provides descriptions for XML elements that for building an application. you can use for injection. EJB 3 greatly simplifies development by adopting a POJO Most enterprise Java applications use external resources programming model. As shown in the following figure an and services such as Data Source, EJB, or web services. EJB 3 annotation transforms a simple POJO to an EJB. makes using resources and services simpler by implementing dependency injection. Dependency injection allows you to simply declare component J + @ = dependencies and let the EJB container deal with the complexities www.dzone.com of instantiating, initializing, and sequencing resources and supplying service or resource references to clients as required. POJO Annotation EJB Development frameworks like Spring framework originally popularized dependency injection. EJB 3 not only simplifies development of session and message In EJB 3, you may think of dependency injection as the inverse of driven beans but it also radically simplifies the persistence JNDI. It is the responsibility of the container to inject an object model by implementing a simplified Object-Relational Mapping based on the dependency declaration. The figure below com- approach similar to Oracle TopLink and JBoss Hibernate as a pares dependency injection with JNDI. part of the Java Persistence API. Note that JPA replaces EJB 2 CMP Entity beans in the EJB 3 spec, while being available outside of the Java EE container. Resources Lookup Following is an example of a simple EJB 3 Stateless session bean. EJB JNDI lookup import javax.ejb.Stateless; Beans import ejb3inaction.example.persistence.Bid; Dependency Injection in EJB 3 @Stateless public class PlaceBidBean implements PlaceBid { Resources Dependency ... injection Container Injection EJB public PlaceBidBean() {} Beans public Bid addBid(Bid bid) { System.out.println(“Adding bid, bidder ID=” + bid.getBidderID() Get More Refcardz + “, item ID=” + bid.getItemID() (They’re free!) + “, bid amount=” + bid.getBidAmount() + “.”); n Authoritative content return save(bid); n Designed for developers } n Written by top experts ... n Latest tools & technologies } n Hot tips & examples import javax.ejb.Local; n Bonus content online import ejb3inaction.example.persistence.Bid; n New issue every 1-2 weeks @Local public interface PlaceBid { Subscribe Now for FREE! Bid addBid(Bid bid); Refcardz.com } DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
  2. 2. 2 Dependency Injection in EJB 3 tech facts at your fingertips The following annotations can be used in a field or a setter method DEPENDENCY INJECTION IN EJB 3 continued for dependency injection. However, these annotations may also be applied at the class level for defining dependencies and then used with JNDI look up. Note that annotations and descriptors are not Hot mutually exclusive. In fact, you can use both Annotations Usage Components that Tip can use together. Deployment descriptor entries override javax.annotation.Resource Dependency injection EJB, Web, configuration values specified using metadata of resources such as Application Client DataSource, and JMS annotations. objects javax.ejb.EJB Dependency injection EJB, Web, of Session beans Application Client You can use either metadata annotations or XML descriptors javax.xml.ws.WebServiceRef Dependency injection EJB, Web, to use dependency injection. of Web services Application Client Refer to the following Java EE 5 specifications and XML schema javax.persistence. Dependency injection EJB, Web PersistenceContext of container-managed for more information on dependency injection. EntityManager JSR 220 javax.persistence. Dependency injection EJB, Web Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0: PersistenceUnit of EntityManagerFactory http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=220 JSR 224 RESOURCE INJECTION Java API for XML-Based Web Services (JAX-WS) 2.0: http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=224 javax.annotation.Resource The @Resource annotation is used to inject any of the following: JSR 250: JDBC data sources, JMS connection factories, JMS destinations, Common Annotations for the Java Platform: mail resource, environment entries, timer service, UserTransaction, http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=250 and EJBContext. Schema for EJB 3 deployment descriptor: The following table shows attributes for the @Resource annotation. http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee/ejb-jar_3_0.xsd Schema that defines common schema components: Parameter Type Description Default http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee/javaee_5.xsd authentication enum The type of authentication CONTAINER Type Authentication required for accessing the Dependency injection is supported only on managed classes Type resource. The CONTAINER {CONTAINER, value means that the and not on regular POJO. APPLICATION} container’s security context is used for the resource. The APPLICATION value means Dependency injection is supported only on that authentication for the Hot managed classes such as Session Beans or In- resource must be provided Tip by the application. terceptors and not on regular POJO. Hence you name String The referred resources is “” bound under this name in cannot use injection on helper classes. the enviornment-naming context as java:comp/ env/<Name> The following table depicts what type of managed classes can type Object Type of the resource Object.class inject what objects. being referenced. Example: javax.sql.DataSource Resources Stateless Stateful MDB Interceptors shareable Boolean Specifies whether the True JDBC DataSource Yes Yes Yes Yes resource can be shared. JMS Destinations, Yes Yes Yes Yes description String The description of the “” Connection Factories resource. mappedName String A vendor-specific name “” Mail Resources Yes Yes Yes Yes that the resource may be UserTransaction Yes Yes Yes Yes mapped to, as opposed to the JNDI name. Environment Entries Yes Yes Yes Yes EJBContext Yes Yes Yes No You can inject a resource at the field or setter method level. Timer Service Yes No Yes No The following example shows data source injection at the field level: @Resource(name=”jdbc/ActionBazaarDS”) Web Service reference Yes Yes Yes Yes private DataSource dataSource; EnityManager, Yes Yes Yes Yes EntityManagerFactory The following code shows data source injection at the setter method level: Java EE 5 introduced several metadata annotations as part of private DataSource dataSource; JSR 250. Although primarily geared toward EJB, these annota- @Resource(name=”jdbc/ActionBazaarDB”) public void setDataSource(DataSource dataSource) { tions also apply to Java EE components such as Servlets, JSF this.dataSource = dataSource; managed beans, and application clients. } DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
  3. 3. 3 Dependency Injection in EJB 3 tech facts at your fingertips resource-env-ref RESOURCE INJECTION continued The resource-env-ref is used to specify references to JMS destination resources such as a Queue or Topic. Element/Attribute Name Description Although setter injection might seem like a Hot resource-env-ref-name The name used to bind the referenced JMS Tip little more work, it provides a couple of distinct destination to the ENC. Same as the name element in the @Resource annotation. advantages. First, it is easier to unit-test by mapped-name A vendor-specific global JNDI name for the invoking the public setter method from a testing referenced JMS destination. framework like JUnit. Second, it is easier to put resource-env-type Type of JMS destination referenced, such as javax. jms.Queue or javax.jms.Topic. initialization code in the setter if you need it. injection-target Target where the referenced destination is injected when dependency injection is used. EJB 3 allows you to explicitly specify a global JNDI name using <resource-env-ref> the mappedName parameter of the @Resource annotation. For <resource-env-ref-name>jms/OrderBillingQueue</resource-env-ref-name> example, if you’re using the Oracle Application Server and you <resource-env-ref-type> have a data source with a global JNDI name of jdbc/OracleDS, javax.jms.Destination you can specify the resource mapping as follows: </resource-env-ref-type> <injection-target> @Resource(name=”jdbc/ActionBazaarDS”, mappedName=”jdbc/ <injection-target-class> OracleDS”) ejb3inaction.example.buslogic.PlaceOrderBean private javax.jdbc.DataSource myDB; </injection-target-class> <injection-target-name>billingQueue</injection-target-name> XML elements to define Resource Injection </injection-target> </resource-env-ref> If you are using deployment descriptor (ejb-jar.xml) instead of annotations, then you must use resource-ref, resource-env-ref env-entry or env-entry XML elements to define dependencies. The env-entry defines environment entries for an EJB. resource-ref Element/Attribute Name Description The resource-ref is used to specify resource references. env-entry-name The name used in the environment entry in Example: data source and JMS connection factories. the ENC. Same as the name element in the @Resource annotation. Element/Attribute Name Description env-entry-type Type of the env entry used. Legal types are java.lang.Boolean, java.lang.Byte, java.lang. res-ref-name The name used to bind the referenced resource Character, java.lang.String, java.lang.Short, into the ENC. Same as the name element in the java.lang.Integer, java.lang.Long, java.lang.Float, @Resource annotation. and java.lang.Double. mapped-name A vendor-specific global JNDI name for the env-entry-value Value specified for the environment entry. referenced resource. injection-target Target where the referenced destination is res-type Fully qualified class of the type of resource injected when dependency injection is used. referenced. Example: javax.sql.DataSource. res-auth Authentication type for the resource. Valid values The injection-target defines the name of a class and a name are Container or Application. (field or property) within that class into which a resource, res-sharing-scope Specifies whether multiple beans can share EJB, or entity manager should be injected as we saw in the the resource. Valid values are Shareable and above examples. Unshareable injection-target Target where the referenced resource is injected Element/Attribute Name Description when dependency injection is used. injection-target-class The fully qualified name of the class into which a resource, EJB, or entity manager should be injected. <resource-ref> injection-target-name Name of the injection target, i.e., the name of the <res-ref-name>jdbc/ActionBazaarDS</res-ref-name> property or field in the injection target class. <res-type>javax.sql.DataSource</res-type> <res-auth>Container</res-auth> <res-sharing-scope>Shareable</res-sharing-scope> INJECTION OF SESSION EJB REFERENCES <injection-target> Like resource injection, you can inject Session bean references <injection-target-class> into another EJB or other managed class using annotations actionbazaar.buslogic.BidManagerBean</injection-target-class> or deployment XML. If you prefer annotations you can use <injection-target-name>dataSource</injection-target-name> @javax.ejb.EJB annotations to inject either remote or local </injection-target> EJB references. Using deployment XML, you can inject </resource-ref> remote EJB references with ejb-ref and local EJB references with ejb-local-ref. DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
  4. 4. 4 Dependency Injection in EJB 3 tech facts at your fingertips @javax.ejb.EJB Injects a session bean reference into a field or method. EJB 3 specification does not require Hot injecting references of remote EJB into a Parameter Type Description Default Tip different instance of container. For example name String The name used to bind the “” referenced EJB to the ENC. if you have an EJB with a remote interface deployed into an instance of a container, beanInterface Class The bean interface used to access Object. the EJB class EJB 3 specification does not require inject- mappedName String Type of the resource being referenced. “” ing instance of that EJB into another EJB Example: javax.sql.DataSource deployed in another container. beanName String Specifies whether the resource can “” be shared. description String INJECTINg JPA RESOURCES @EJB(name=”BidManagerRemote”) The JPA EntityManager is the bridge between the OO and private BidManager bidManager; relational worlds as depicted in the following figure. You must not inject a Stateful session bean Hot Save SQL into a stateless object, such as a stateless Object EntityManager Tip Relational Database Retrieve Results session bean or servlet that may be shared by multiple concurrent clients (you should use JNDI in such cases instead). JPA supports two types of EntityManager: container-managed However, injecting an instance of a state- and application-managed. As the name suggests the lifecycle less session bean into a stateful session of the container manages container-managed EntityManager bean is perfectly legal. whereas the lifecycle (creation, destruction) is performed by application. An application-managed EntityManager is created from an EntityManagerFactory. ejb-local-ref Injecting container-managed EntityManager Used to specify a dependency on the local interface of a You can inject a container-managed EntityManager (either session bean. transaction scoped or extended) using @javax.persistence. Element/Attribute Name Description PersistenceContext annotation. ejb-ref-name The name used to bind the referenced EJB to @javax.persistence.PersistenceContext the ENC. Same as the name element in the @EJB annotation. ejb-ref-name must be specified. The following table defines the parameters/attributes of this annotation. ejb-link The name of the target enterprise bean. This optional setting is used to link an EJB reference to Parameter Type Description Default a target enterprise bean. name String The name used to bind “” local The EJB 3 local business interface. the referenced persistence context to the ENC ref-type The EJB reference type, i.e. “session”. unitName String Name of the persistence unit “” injection-target Target where the EJB reference is injected when referenced dependency injection is used. type Persistence Type of persistence context, TRANSACTION ContextType i.e., Transaction or Extended. ejb-ref Extended is supported only in stateful session beans. Used to specify a dependency on the remote interface of a session bean. properties Persistence A name value-pair of vendor- {} Property[] specific persistence properties Element/Attribute Name Description You can inject a transaction scoped EntityManager as follows: ejb-ref-name The name used to bind the referenced EJB to the ENC. Same as the name element in the @EJB @PersistenceContext(unitName=”actionBazaar”) annotation. ejb-ref-name must be specified. private EntityManager entityManager; ejb-link The name of the target enterprise bean. This An extended scoped EntityManager can only used in a stateful optional setting is used to link an EJB reference session bean as in the following example: to a target enterprise bean. @Stateful remote The EJB 3 remote business interface type. @TransactionAttribute(TransactionAttributeType.NOT_SUPPORTED) ref-type The EJB reference type, i.e. “session”. public class PlaceOrderBean implements PlaceOrder { @PersistenceContext(unitName = “actionBazaar”, type = injection-target Target where the EJB reference is injected when PersistenceContextType.EXTENDED) dependency injection is used. EntityManager em; DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
  5. 5. 5 Dependency Injection in EJB 3 tech facts at your fingertips Injecting JPA Resources, continued INJECTINg WEB SERvICE REFERENCES The persistence-context-ref is similar to @PersistenceContext; it defines references to a container-managed entity manager. @javax.xml.ws.WebServiceRef Element Description Element/Attribute Name Description name The JNDI name for the web service. persistence-context-ref- The name used to bind the referenced persistence name context to the ENC. Same as the name element in wsdlLocation The WSDL location for the service. If not specified, then it is derived from the referenced service class. the @PersistenceContext annotation. type The Java type of the resource. persistence-unit-name Name of the persistence unit referenced. value The service class, always a type extending javax.xml. persistence-context-type Type of persistence context, i.e., Transaction or ws.Service. Extended. Extended is supported only in stateful mappedName Vendor-specific global JNDI name for the service. session beans. persistence-property A name value-pair of vendor-specific persistence You can inject an endpoint interface as follows: properties. @WebServiceRef(TrackDeliveryService.class) injection-target Target where the EntityManager is injected when private TrackDeliverySEI deliveryService; dependency injection is used. You can inject a service interface as follows: <persistence-context-ref> @WebServiceRef private TrackingService service; <persistence-context-ref-name> ActionBazaar service-ref </persistence-context-ref-name> The service-ref XML element is used to specify dependency on a <persistence-unit-name>actionBazaar</persistence-unit-name> web service if you are using deployment descriptor. The following <persistence-context-type>Transaction</persistence-context-type> table contains only the elements that are used from EJB clients. <injection-target> <injection-target-class> Element/Attribute Name Description ejb3inaction.example.buslogic.PlaceBidBean service-ref-name The name used to bind the referenced web service </injection-target-class> into the ENC. Same as the name element in the @ WebServiceRef annotation. <injection-target-name>em</injection-target-name> </injection-target> service-interface Fully qualified class for the JAX-WS service interface the client depends on., i.e. javax.xml.rpc.Service. </persistence-context-ref> service-ref-type Type of service that will be returned. Injecting EntityManagerFactory wsdl-file The URL location of the WSDL. @javax.persistence.PersistenceUnit handler-chains Defines handler chain. @Stateless injection-target Target where the web service reference is injected when dependency injection is used. public class ItemManagerBean implements ItemManager { @PersistenceUnit The detailed schema for the service-ref can be found online at private EntityManagerFactory entityManagerFactory; java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee/javaee_web_services_client_1_2.xsd. private EntityManager entityManager; @PostConstruct public void initialize() { INJECTINg SPRINg BEANS IN EJB 3 entityManager = entityManagerFactory.createEntityManager(); } The Spring Framework is one of the driving forces behind popular- } izing the POJO programming model and dependency injection. In this section we will examine how you can inject and use Spring Parameter Type Description Default POJOs into EJB 3 Session beans or Message Driven Beans. name String The name used to bind “” the referenced persistence The Spring framework provides factory classes based on the follow- context to the ENC ing abstract classes that you use to develop Spring-enabled EJBs. unitName String Name of the persistence unit “” Support Class Purpose The persistence-unit-ref is similar to @PersistenceUnit that is AbstractStatelessSessionBean Used for Spring-enabled stateless session beans. used to define references to a persistence unit (i.e., entity AbstractStatefulSessionBean Used for Spring-enabled stateful session manager factory). beans. AbstractJMSMessageDrivenBean Used for Spring-enabled JMS message- Element/Attribute Name Description driven beans. persistence-unit-ref-name The name used to bind the referenced persistence AbstractMessageDrivenBean Used for Spring-enabled connector-based unit (EntityManagerFactory) to the ENC. Same MDBs. as the name element in the @PersistenceUnit annotation. To use a Spring factory class to access a Spring bean, your EJB 3 persistence-unit-name Name of the persistence unit referenced. bean class must implement the onEjbCreate() method. injection-target Target where the EntityManagerFactory is injected Below is the PlaceBidBean EJB 3 example transformed into a when dependency injection is used. Spring-enabled stateless session bean. Here the PlaceBidBean DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
  6. 6. 6 Dependency Injection in EJB 3 tech facts at your fingertips Injecting Spring Beans in EJB 3, continued up is performed to obtain the path for the bean factory by using an environment entry named ejb/BeanFactoryPath. So you have acts as a façade and delegates the actual business logic to the to define it in the EJB deployment descriptor for the EJB: PlaceBidServiceBean. The PlaceBidServiceBean is a Spring <session> POJO that may use the full power of the Spring framework. <display-name>PlaceBid</display-name> @Stateless(name = “PlaceBid”) <ejb-name>PlaceBid</ejb-name> public class PlaceBidBean extends AbstractStatelessSessionBean <env-entry> implements PlaceBid { <env-entry-name>ejb/BeanFactoryPath</env-entry-name> <env-entry-type>java.lang.String</env-entry-type> private BidServiceBean bidService; <env-entry-value>/actionBazaar-service.xml</env-entry-value> public PlaceBidBean() { </env-entry> } </session> protected void onEjbCreate() { bidService = Although EJB 3 made deployment descriptor optional there are (BidServiceBean) getBeanFactory().getBean(“bidService”); a few cases where you still have to use it. In our example we’ve } set the env-entry-value for the ejb/BeanFactoryPath environment public Long addBid(String userId, Long itemId, Double bidPrice) { variable at /actionBazaar-service.xml. So you have to package return bidService.addBid(userId, itemId, bidPrice); the EJB classes, Spring classes, and Spring configuration file into } your ejb-jar package. The Spring bean factory (configuration file) When an EJB instance is created (when a client invokes an EJB), defines the Spring beans. Refer to the Spring Configuration the onEjbCreate method is invoked automatically. A JNDI look- Refcard for details about Spring configuration. ABOUT THE AUTHOR RECOMMENDED BOOK Debu Panda EJB 3 in Action starts with Debu Panda is a Senior Principal Product Manager of the System Management a tour of the EJB 3 land- Products team at Oracle, where he drives development of the middleware scape, then moves quickly management product. He has more than 15 years of experience in the IT into core topics like building industry and has published numerous articles on enterprise Java technologies business logic with session in several magazines and has presented at many conferences. His J2EE-focused and message-driven beans. weblog can be found at debupanda.com. It covers the JPA along with practical code samples, Publications Articles design patterns, performance n EJB3 in Action, 2007 n Spring and Java EE 5, Part 1 tuning tips, and best practices for building and deploying scalable applications. Projects n Spring and Java EE 5, Part 2 n Oracle Application Server n ONJava.com—Standardizing Java Persistence Blog with the EJB3 Java Persistence API BUY NOW n Personal weblog: debupanda.com n Migrating JDBC DAO to EJB3 books.dzone.com/books/ejb3-in-action Subscribe Now for FREE! refcardz.com Upcoming Refcardz: FREE n RSS and Atom n Design Patterns n Flexible Rails: n MS Silverlight 2 Flex 3 on Rails 2 NetBeans IDE 6 n Getting n C# Java Editor Started with n GlassFish Application Server n Groovy Ajax n jQuery Selectors n Apache Struts 2 GWT Style, Configuration and JSNI Reference DZone, Inc. ISBN-13: 978-1-934238-03-5 1251 NW Maynard ISBN-10: 1-934238-03-1 Cary, NC 27513 50795 888.678.0399 The DZone Network is a group of free online services that aim to 919.678.0300 satisfy the information needs of software developers and architects. Refcardz Feedback Welcome From news, blogs, tutorials, source code and more, DZone offers $7.95 refcardz@dzone.com everything technology professionals need to succeed. Sponsorship Opportunities 9 781934 238035 To quote PC magazine, “DZone is a developer’s dream.” sales@dzone.com Copyright © 2008 DZone, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by means electronic, Version 1.0 mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise, without prior written permission of the publisher.

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