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This article will help us to learn about the procedure of reading the XHTML form data and also will explain the process of using EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans) for inserting the data to MySQL database. The whole procedure is explained with the help of an example.

Posted by MrBoolUS  |   May 25 2013 / 18:51

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henk replied ago:

Voted up, but there are some issues with the article. Specifically: "EJB is based on Model View Controller Architecture, where Entity Bean act as controller, XHTML acts as view." There is so much wrong here, that it's hard where to begin. First of, EJB is NOT MVC. Entity beans are NOT the controller. The article as shown demonstrates JSF, where the controller is a given (you don't provide it). The article also shows JPA entities, which are a very different thing from EJB Entity Beans (which have been pruned from the spec recently).

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yilmaz_ replied ago:

another useless indian blog. dear indian bloggers. please stop posting useless articles on dzone.

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