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Java 2 Enterprise Edition 1.4 (J2EE 1.4) Bible

Java 2 Enterprise Edition 1.4 (J2EE 1.4) Bible

James McGovern, Rahim Adatia, Yakov Fain, Jason Gordon, Ethan Henry, Walter Hurst, Ashish Jain, Mark Little, Vaidyanathan Nagarajan, Harshad Oak, Lee Anne Phillips

ISBN: 978-0-764-55574-9

Sep 2011

1008 pages

Select type: E-Book

$32.99

Description

  • Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) is the specification that all enterprise Java developers need to build multi-tier applications, and also the basis for BEA's WebLogic Application Server and IBM's WebSphere
  • Revised to be current with the significant J2EE 1.4 update that will drive substantial developer interest
  • Written by a top-selling team of eleven experts who provide unique and substantial business examples in a vendor-neutral format, making the information applicable to various application servers
  • Covers patterns, J2EE application servers, frameworks, Ant, and continuous availability
  • Includes extensive intermediate and advanced coverage of J2EE APIs
  • Companion Web site provides additional examples and information
Foreword.

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

Part I: Introduction.

Chapter 1: Understanding Java and the J2EE Platform.

Chapter 2: Reviewing XML Fundamentals.

Chapter 3: Introducing Application Servers.

Chapter 4: Understanding Remote Method Invocation.

Part II: The Presentation Tier.

Chapter 5: Studying Servlet Programming.

Chapter 6: Going Over JSP Basics.

Chapter 7: Using JSP Tag Extensions.

Part III: The Enterprise Information System Tier.

Chapter 8: Working with JavaMail.

Chapter 9: Understanding the Java Messaging Service.

Chapter 10: Introducing Java Transactions.

Chapter 11: Examining JNDI and Directory Services \.

Chapter 12: Understanding Java Authentication and Authorization Services.

Chapter 13: Exploring Java Cryptography Extensions.

Part IV: The Service Tier.

Chapter 14: Understanding EJB Architecture and Design.

Chapter 15: Explaining Session Beans and Business Logic.

Chapter 16: Working with Entity Beans.

Chapter 17: Using Message-Driven Beans.

Part V: The Data Tier.

Chapter 18: Reviewing Java Database Connectivity.

Chapter 19: Understanding the J2EE Connector Architecture.

Part VI: Web Services.

Chapter 20: Introducing Web Services.

Chapter 21: Digging Deeper into SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI.

Chapter 22: Understanding J2EE Web Services.

Part VII: Patterns.

Chapter 23: Reviewing Presentation-Tier Patterns.

Chapter 24: Working with Service-Tier Patterns.

Chapter 25: Using Data-Tier Patterns.

Part VIII: Advanced Topics.

Chapter 26: Exploring Frameworks and Application Architecture.

Chapter 27: Using ANT to Build and Deploy Applications.

Chapter 28: Creating High-Performance Java Applications.

Appendix A: Airline Reservations Business Case.

Appendix B: Magazine Publisher Business Case.

Appendix C: Additional Reading and References.

Index.