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ALSO CALLED: Java Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans, EJB
DEFINITION: Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is an architecture for setting up program components, written in the Java programming language, that run in the server parts of a computer network that uses the client/server model. Enterprise JavaBeans is built on the JavaBeans technology for distributing program components (which are called Beans, using the coffee metaphor) to clients in a network. Enterprise JavaBeans  … 
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JAVABEANS DEFINITION (continued): …  offers enterprises the advantage of being able to control change at the server rather than having to update each individual computer with a client whenever a new program component is changed or added. EJB components have the advantage of being reusable in multiple applications. To deploy an EJB Bean or component, it must be part of a specific application, which is called a container.Originated by Sun Microsystems, Enterprise JavaBeans is roughly equivalent to Microsoft's Component Object Model/Distributed Component Object Model architecture, but, like all Java-based architectures, programs can … 
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