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At Teched: Best practices for using the JavaBean model in Web Dynpro

In Vienna and Boston, Itai Sadan and Gilles Atlan will show you how to use the new JavaBean model of Web Dynpro for having a true service-oriented architecture.

The Agenda of the sessions at TechEd will be:

First we will talk briefly about Model-View-Controller and what is a model in Web Dynpro.

Then take a look at what are the pros and cons of the different available models for Web Dynpro. You will see the advantages of the JavaBean model in specific cases over the other models (RFC, WS, XMI models).

Then we will present you the best practice for using the Javabean model. Which J2EE pattern should be use and how it is compliant with ESA. You will see that the JavaBean model allows us to introduce an additional layer of abstraction that has some great benefits like hiding the underlying service, improves availability and performance etc…

Then we will show from an architecture point of view the best way for integrating your EJBs to a Web Dynpro application.

And finally we will do a demo using NetWeaver Developer Studio and show you how simple is it to create a JavaBean model from your JavaBean classes and use it.

C203 Sessions schedule:
Vienna – 9/23/2005 8:00 AM 9:00 AM
Boston – 9/27/2005 1:30 PM 2:30 PM
              9/28/2005 4:00 PM 5:00 PM

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  • I use POJO java beans along with Hibernate to access the database.  I know there are a lot of threads about Hibernate, but when you want to import a JavaBean in WebDynpro for Java, is that ONLY referring to an EJB?  I try to import my POJOs and it says “Invalid Class – JavaBean not available for import.”