Here you are trying to learn something, while here your brain oing you a favor by making sure the learning doesnt stick. Your brains thinking "Better leave room for more important things, like which wild animals to avoid and whether naked snowboarding is a bad idea So how do you trick your brain into thinking that your life depends on knowing EJB? Well, at least when you compare EJB to what you'd have to do to write your own scalable, transactional, secure, persistent concurrent enterprise component server. In this chapter, we'll develop, deploy, and run an EJB application, and then dive into the details.
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In the EJB 3. If they are invoked as a result of the invocation on a web service endpoint, this map will be the JAX-WS. Interceptors provide the possibility to add profiling logic to applications, which can be easily reused, extended, and enabled or disabled.
Below is the code of a simple profiling interceptor class:. In order to enable profiling for all EJBs in an application, for a single EJB, or only for a single business method, we need to apply this interceptor at the appropriate level. For example:.
Printing the profiling information to the default system output is not very smart, though. You can possibly think of various ways to extend this profiling logic. For instance, the JPA EntityManager can be injected and used in the interceptor class to store the information in a relational database:. Interceptors can also be used to trace method invocations with input parameters and return values:. Another application of interceptors could be for the implementation of custom security permission checks.
In the next example the interceptor delegates to a specially designed SecurityServices bean to carry out the checks for calling a business method. Interceptor methods are allowed to abort business method invocation, to catch and suppress exceptions and retry an invocation, or to throw a different exception.
The example below shows a simple bank account withdrawal validation interceptor:. They bring new power to the EJB specification, they are easy to use and fit very well in certain use cases.
EJB 3. Extending EJB 3. Regards, Vivek Nidhi. I guess, there are a lot of books, articles, tutorials, etc. Vladimir Pavlov. Posted on May 30, 4 minute read. Follow RSS feed Like. The proceed method causes the invocation of the next interceptor method in the chain, or, when called from the last AroundInvoke method, the business method.
If InvocationContext. The proceed method returns the result of the next method invoked or null if a method returns void. Profiling Interceptors provide the possibility to add profiling logic to applications, which can be easily reused, extended, and enabled or disabled.
For example: Stateless Interceptors ProfilingInterceptor. References: EJB 3. Alert Moderator. Assigned tags. Related Blog Posts. Related Questions. You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post. Former Member. May 31, at am. Like 0. Vladimir Pavlov Post author. Thanks for the positive feedback, Vivek! BR, Vladimir. Link Text.
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EJB 3.0: Interceptors and Callbacks Made Easy – Part II