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Java Enterprise Design Patterns: Patterns in Java, Volume 3

Java Enterprise Design Patterns: Patterns in Java, Volume 3

Mark Grand

ISBN: 978-0-471-26782-9

Jul 2002

496 pages

Select type: E-Book

$32.99

Description

A how-to guide for Java programmers who want to use design patterns when developing real-world enterprise applications
This practical book explores the subject of design patterns, or patterns that occur in the design phase of a project's life cycle. With an emphasis on Java for the enterprise, Mark Grand guides Java programmers on how to apply traditional and new patterns when designing a large enterprise application. The author clearly explains how existing patterns work with the new enterprise design patterns and demonstrates through case studies how to use design patterns in the real world. Features include over 50 design patterns, each mapped out by UML, plus an overview of UML 1.4 and how it fits in with the different phases of a project's life cycle.
Acknowledgments.

About the Author.

Chapter 1 Introduction to Software Patterns.

Description of Patterns.

Pattern Name.

Synopsis.

Context.

Forces.

Solution.

Consequences.

Implementation.

Known Uses.

Code Example.

Related Patterns.

A Very Brief History of Patterns.

Organization of This Book.

Chapter 2 Overview of UML.

Class Diagram.

Collaboration Diagram.

Statechart Diagram.

Deployment Diagram.

Chapter 3 The Software Life Cycle.

Chapter 4 Transaction Patterns.

Acid Transaction.

Composite Transaction.

Two Phase Commit.

Audit Trail.

Chapter 5 Distributed Architecture Patterns.

Shared Object.

Object Request Broker.

Object Replication.

Redundant Independent Objects.

Prompt Repair.

Mobile Agent.

Demilitarized Zone.

Process Pairs.

Chapter 6 Distributed Computing Patterns.

Object Identifier.

Registry.

Protection Proxy.

Publish-Subscribe.

Retransmission.

Mailbox.

Heavyweight/Lightweight.

Heartbeat.

Connection Multiplexing.

Chapter 7 Concurrency Patterns.

Session Object.

Lock File.

Static Locking Order.

Optimistic Concurrency.

Thread Pool.

Ephemeral Cache Item.

Transaction State Stack.

Chapter 8 Temporal Patterns.

Time Server.

Versioned Object.

Temporal Property.

Chapter 9 Database Patterns.

Persistence Layer.

CRUD.

Stale Object.

Type Conversion.

IsDirty.

Lazy Retrieval.

Appendix A Persistence Framework.

Bibliography.

Index.