By pelegri on Mar 23, 2010
Ken has been writing a nice series of posts explaining new features in the EJB 3.1 specification. A few weeks ago he first explained the new Singleton Components and then showed how to use them for Application Startup / Shutdown Callbacks. His latest entry shows another aspect of the specification: Application-Specified Portable JNDI Names.
EJB 3.1 is an example of the improvements in Java EE 6 and was covered (by Ken) during our Virtual Conference last December. Alexis is in the process of making those recordings available at the GlassFishPodcast (available as MP3 and via the Apple iTunes store); Ken's presentation is Episode #47.