This sample illustrates how to invoke an EJB object in
JSP. It assumes /test/employeeBean is already deployed
and published in your Oracle9i JServer. To do that, refer to
$ORACLE_HOME/jsp/demo/README for the steps
This demo makes use of the employeeBean EJB to lookup
the employee information for a given employee number submitted by users
through an HTML form. For simplicity, we perform a lookup in every HTTP
request. In order to speed up the performance, developers should consider
storing the EJB instance in the HTTP session and matching the lifecycle
of the HTTP Session and the EJB Session using HttpSessionBindingListener.
To encapsulate the details of the jndi lookup there is an EJB Wrapper Bean
which also is used to preserve the parameters values between iterations.