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  1. A container is a runtime environment that holds and manages components such as Java Servlets, JavaServer Pages and Enterprise Java beans.
  2. A container is a runtime system for one or multiple EJBs that provide common services such as transaction, security, and lifecycle management.
  3. A container is a component that contains other components, such as a servlet.
  4. A container is a set of classes generated by the deployment tool that manages an enterprise bean's persistence, transactional properties, and security.
  5. A container is fastened to the flower stump to collect the sap.

Entity Beans

  1. Entity beans are also implicitly persistent, as an EJB object can manage its own persistence or delegate its persistence to its container.
  2. Container Managed Persistence in Entity Beans and Stateful Session Beans are a nightmare to implement and use.
  3. There are two types of Entity Beans: those with Container Managed persistence and those with Bean-Managed persistence.


  1. Portability between EJB servers is higher for bean managed persistence than container managed.
  2. Entity beans that delegate their persistence to their EJB container are called container-managed persistence (CMP) entity beans.
  3. An EJB container provides distributed application functionality such as transaction support, persistence and lifecycle management for the EJBs.


  1. When the container encounter this tag it will generate the servlet and include all the contents of the included file to the servlet.


  1. The OC4J JSP container generates an XML view of every translated page, which is a mapping to an XML document that describes the page.
  2. The index.html or index.jsp page in this directory will be the "home" page of the application when it is deployed in a servlet container.
  3. Before you use a bean in a page, you must tell the JSP container which type of bean it is and associate it with a name.

Airtight Container

  1. Mix well. Cool and serve or store in an airtight container.
  2. Ground the fresh coriander and cumin powder in a pestle and mortar, mix in with the rest of the ingredients and store in an airtight container.
  3. Remove pan to a wire rack, stir in dried fruit and cool to room temperature.  Store in airtight container.  Will keep 2-3 weeks.


  1. Store in an air-tight container in a cool, dark place.
  2. Tea stays freshest when stored in a dry, cool, dark place in an air-tight container.
  3. Because of this, it can be stored almost indefinitely in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.

Deployment Descriptor

  1. When the mechanism of the present embodiment processes the deployment descriptor file, the container recognizes which EJB owns which EJB.
  2. Once the EJB component is defined in the deployment descriptor, the deployer should then deploy the EJB component into the EJB Container.
  3. To deploy an EJB into an EJB container's environment, you must supply a deployment descriptor file to the EJB container.

Ejb Developer

  1. The EJB developer defines a client view of an EJB. The client view is unaffected by the container and server in which the EJB is deployed.
  2. The Control object is used by the EJB Container to manage transactions on behalf of the bean and is transparent to the EJB developer.


  1. Tea leaves should be kept in an air-tight container to retain flavor and prevent odors and moisture from being absorbed by the tea.
  2. Green tea can be stored in an air-tight container in the refrigerator as long as no moisture is in the storage container.
  3. Tea absorbs moisture and odours very easily so it is necessary to keep it in some kind of container away from strong odours.

Cool Place

  1. Store the collected sap in a covered container in a cool place outside.

Business Logic

  1. The session bean performs the business logic for the client and the container returns control to the client.
  2. Developers focus on the business logic, placing the onus of security and transaction rollback on the EJB container.

Application Developer

  1. An application developer can create a SIP application written in Java using the Jiplet API and deploy the application in the container.
  2. Although transparent to the application developer, the EJB container provides system-level services such as transactions to its enterprise beans.
  3. The Enterprise JavaBeans model shifts the complexities of managing these transactions from the application developer to the container provider.


  1. Place all ingredients except strawberries in blender container; cover.
  2. Place in blender container; add lime juice and sugar; process.
  3. Add a few spoons of water and place in a separate container from the chicken.


  1. Then suspend the marrow over a jar or jug; something with a narrow neck so that the marrow can rest on this but not touch the bottom of the container.
  2. Urinal -- a container or jar for urine, especially for use by people who cannot get out of bed.
  3. Store the spice in any kind of container (shaker, jar, bowl, etc.) that is made of either glass or clay.


  1. The container can fulfill the request or it can pass the request back to the HTTP server.
  2. Jetty provides an HTTP server, HTTP client, and javax.servlet container.
  3. The servlet container uses this interface to create a session between an HTTP client and an HTTP server.

Servlet Interface

  1. To do this the servlet container calls the destroy method of the Servlet interface.


  1. If you take out your retainer to eat, brush your teeth, and floss, then remember to keep it safe in its container so that it does not get lost or broken.


  1. Unrefrigerated mustard will lose pungency more quickly, and should be stored in a tightly sealed, sterilized container in a cool, dark place[ 28].
  2. Nutr Cancer) Turmeric powder should kept in a tightly sealed container in a cool, dark and dry place.
  3. Amaranth keeps best if stored in a tightly sealed container, such as a glass jar, in the refrigerator.

Javaserver Pages

  1. Apache Tomcat is an example of a Web container — an open-source implementation of the J2EE Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages (JSP) specifications.
  2. The reference implementation of the Web container for the Servlet 2.3 and the JavaServer Pages 1.2 Specification is Tomcat 4.
  3. The JSTL 1.0 requires a JSP container that supports the Java Servlet 2.3 and JavaServer Pages 1.2 specifications.


  1. However, the portlet then depends on the deployment setting in the container and may not be entirely self-contained.
  2. The portlet creates a URL by using the portlet API. Portlet container 115 then queries a PortalsURLGeneration component of URL generator 503.


  1. Aeration occurs by decanting the wine in a large container or large wineglass.
  2. After 2 to 3 days of fermentation, an oxygenation of the mead by decanting it into another container may be beneficial but not necessarily so.
  3. A glass container that is used for decanting, or pouring wine from the bottle.


  1. Transferring a wine from its bottle to another container, most commonly a decanter.
  2. Aeration occurs by pouring the wine into a larger container, such as a decanter or large wineglass.
  3. To pour wine from its bottle into a larger container (i.e., a decanter) for the purpose of leaving any accumulated sediment behind.


  1. Mix all ingredients in a large container and stir, serve over the rocks with salt on the rim.
  2. In blender container, combine all ingredients, blend until smooth.
  3. Combine the ingredients in the container and thoroughly mix by shaking or stirring.

Electric Blender

  1. Place all ingredients, except the ice cubes, into container of electric blender and blend on high until smooth.
  2. Put the ginger and garlic into the container of an electric blender with 2-3 tablespoons of water and blend to a paste.

Ejb Servers

  1. Some EJB servers will optimize the container so that data is not written to the database unless its dirty; that container-managed fields have been changed.

Deployment Time

  1. A self-contained functional software unit supported by a container and configurable at deployment time.
  2. The translation may also be done by the JSP container at deployment time, or on-demand as the requests reach an untranslated JSP page.

Portlet Container

  1. A portlet is a Java technology based web component, managed by a portlet container, that processes requests and generates dynamic content.
  2. Without the faces-config.xml file, the application would work the same outside of the portlet as it would inside a portlet container.
  3. The portlet container resides within the servlet container.


  1. A Portlet Container manages the lifecycle and execution environment of Java Portlets.
  2. A servlet container also contains and manages servlets through their lifecycle.

Bean Instance

  1. At runtime, the container invokes the callback methods on the bean instance when appropriate state management events occur.
  2. This signals the EJB container to disassociate the bean instance from the proxy and that bean instance is ready to service any other clients.
  3. The EJB container tells the bean instance when it is safe to insert, update, and delete its data from the database, but it provides no other help.


  1. Like all servlets, it lives in a container, such as Tomcat, Resin, or WebLogic.
  2. In container-managed transactions, the WebLogic Server EJB container manages the transaction demarcation.
  3. WebObjects applications can be deployed as servlets inside a servlet container such as Tomcat, WebLogic, or WebSphere.


  1. By default, that includes the following: catalina.jar - Implementation of the Catalina servlet container portion of Tomcat 4.
  2. Apache Tomcat is the web container that is used to Implementation for the Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages technologies.
  3. The Container Provider is responsible for providing an implementation of the ServletContext interface in the servlet container.


  1. The JSP container in OC4J uses the front-end servlet oracle.jsp.runtimev2.JspServlet.
  2. The JSP container is provided as a component of OC4J but is portable to other environments.
  3. This book provides information about the EJB implementation and EJB container in OC4J.

Tightly Closed

  1. Patients should also be instructed to store the medication in a tightly closed container in a cool, dry place, away from children.
  2. Terfenadine should be stored in a tightly closed container, in a cool place, out of direct sunlight.
  3. As such, sodium amide should always be stored in a tightly closed container, if possible under an atmosphere of nitrogen gas.


  1. Upon cooling to room temperature, the reaction slurry was transferred to a container and the total volume adjusted to 1 liter with water.
  2. Filling the container with pitch, or better yet, plastic roof cement, helps seal out water even when vibration is present.
  3. Or you can remove some of the salt by rinsing the olives well, placing in a glass container, and covering with filtered water.


  1. CFS Abbreviation for "Container Freight Station." A shipping dock where cargo is loaded ("stuffed") into or unloaded ("stripped") from containers.
  2. San Francisco is no longer a significant port for freight as the mode of transport is now in containers, carried by container ships.
  3. Java EE defines two types of containers to support Web applications: the Web container and the EJB container.

Ejb Components

  1. Web container: Manages the execution of web pages, servlets, and some EJB components for Java EE applications.
  2. Java components that run under the control of the EJB container are called EJB components.
  3. The EJB container provides services to EJB components.

Ejb Component

  1. The container performs these extra services and then passes the client's call to the EJB component.
  2. EJB server The EJB server contains the EJB container, which provides the services required by the EJB component.
  3. An EJB component runs on the server in an EJB container and implements the business logic.

Ejb Specification

  1. The EJB specification defines the contractual agreement between the EJB and its container to provide both infrastructure and runtime services.

Enterprise Javabeans

  1. The project employs two open source containers: an EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans) container called jBoss and the Tomcat servlet container from Apache.
  2. For example, the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) container handles distributed communication, threading, scaling, transaction management, etc.
  3. Each container hosts one or more EJBHome objects that manage a single class of Enterprise JavaBeans.

Container-Managed Persistence

  1. If your bean has container-managed persistence, the EJB container automatically generates the necessary database access calls.
  2. The container manages the underlying synchronization of the entity beans' data in a container-managed persistence.

Stateful Session Beans

  1. The EJB Container is responsible for pooling and caching of Stateful Session Beans, which is achieved through Passivation and Activation.

Ejb Home

  1. Also see EJB object, EJB home object, EJB container, EJB server, EJB context and EJB module.
  2. EJB home and remote interfaces and implementation classes are portable to any EJB container that implements the EJB specification.

Message-Driven Bean

  1. Only the container directly interacts with a message-driven bean by creating bean instances and passing JMS messages to those instances as necessary.
  2. A component that implements a business task or business entity and resides in an EJB container; either an entity bean, session bean, or message-driven bean.
  3. A message-driven bean is a stateless component that is invoked by the container as a result of the arrival of a JMS message.

Session Beans

  1. In addition, the remote version also works on session beans (stateless and stateful) to inform the container of your loss of interest in this bean.
  2. Understand the role of session beans, their lifecycle and interactions with the container.
  3. Thus, with the present embodiment, container managed uses relationships may be maintained between entity beans and session beans.

Stateless Session Beans

  1. Stateless session beans do not require a remove method; the container removes the bean if necessary.
  2. Stateless session beans are easy for the container to handle since any bean in the pool can be assigned to handle an incoming method invocation.
  3. Like stateless session beans, message beans maintain no client-specific state, allowing the container to optimally manage a pool of message-bean instances.

Clean Container

  1. Then, in a clean container, catch about 1 to 2 ounces of urine and remove the container from the urine stream.
  2. Urinate into a small, clean container and then pour the urine into the large container.
  3. If you can't put the tooth back in the socket, place the tooth in a clean container with milk, saliva, or water.


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