1. Package all of the Database Accessing Code into at least 1 Enterprise Java Beans, modeled after the EJBs in the Hibernate documentation and tutorials. The Java Server Page will be used to exercise this extension. With screenshots.
2. So create a JSF CRUD application that uses entity beans to connect to the registrar database.
3. Place a breakpoint in every Java Method where you inserted code and run the application under the NetBeans Debugger. Provide only 1 screen shot and caption for each breakpoint.
4. NetBeans to Generate 3 Web Services from the 3 EJBs and Use the NetBeans Tester tool to exercise each of the Web Methods in the Web Service
e.g. addStudent(String firstName, String lastName, String studentID)
5. Change the JSPs to interact with Web Services rather than interact with the Enterprise Java Beans, directly.
6. Place a breakpoint in every Web Service @WebMethod where you inserted code and run the application under the NetBeans Debugger. Provide only 1 screen shot and caption for each breakpoint.
Note: For 1,2,4, and 5 I need a separate netbeans package. For 3 and 6 I just need screenshots with captions. And convert the project using Swing Components and JFrame form.