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Developing Java Enterprise Applications

Developing Java Enterprise Applications

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Developing Java Enterprise Applications
 
by Stephen Asbury and Scott R. Weiner 
 
ISBN: 0471327565
 
John Wiley & Sons© 1999, 780 pagesA tutorial and reference for serious developers interested inlearning how to build large applications using Java.
 
Table of Contents
 
Back Cover 
 
Synopsis
byAlan Zeichick
 
Once upon a time, Java was viewed as a language for building tiny Webapplications. No longer. With the rise of advanced standards such as JDBC,Java can talk to nearly all relations or object databases; thanks to JNDI, Javacan access directory services; Sun's specification for Enterprise JavaBeansallows developers to build distributed applications which can communicatewith each other; the Java Messaging Service provides for applications to"publish" and "subscribe" to services, and so on. Java's time as a seriousprogramming platform has arrived, and this book provides not only a detaileddescription of today's Java platform, but all of the enhanced specificationsmentioned above. Thanks to its clear explanations, this book is valuable for developers or their managers considering the use of Java for enterprise-scaleapplications. The inclusion of complete examples and source code makes iteven more valuable for current Java developers looking to understand all of the capabilities unleashed by this new programming technology.
Table of Contents
 
Developing Java™ Enterprise Applications
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Introduction
- 5
 
Chapter 1
 
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An Introduction to Java Enterprise Development
- 10
 
Chapter 2
 
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What Is JDBC?
- 15
 
Chapter 3
 
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Basic JDBC Programming
- 20
 
Chapter 4
 
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What Is JNDI?
- 69
 
Chapter 5
 
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Using JNDI
- 75
 
Chapter 6
 
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What Are Servlets?
- 125
 
Chapter 7
 
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Programming Servlets
- 135
 
Chapter 8
 
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A Servlet-Based Search Engine
- 197
 
Chapter 9
 
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What Is Server-Side Scripting?
- 214
 
Chapter 10
 
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Creating JavaServer Pages
- 226
 
Chapter 11
 
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A JavaServer Page Online Store
- 259
 
Chapter 12
 
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Overview of Distributed Objects
- 281
 
Chapter 13
 
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Introduction to Java RMI
- 290
 
Chapter 14
 
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A Network File-Locking Server 
- 321
 
 
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Chapter 15
 
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What Are Enterprise JavaBeans?
- 338
 
Chapter 16
 
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Programming Enterprise JavaBeans
- 346
 
Chapter 17
 
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Deploying Enterprise JavaBeans
- 399
 
Chapter 18
 
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Enterprise JavaBean Business Rules Engine
- 404
 
Chapter 19
 
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What Are Messaging and the Java Messaging Service?
- 430
 
Chapter 20
 
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Programming with the Java Messaging Service
- 435
 
Chapter 21
 
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A JMS-Based Alarm System
- 489
 
Chapter 22
 
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Transactions, JTA, and JTS
- 511
 
Chapter 23
 
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Using Transactions with Enterprise JavaBeans
- 515
 
Chapter 24
 
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Architecture Review
- 531
 
Chapter 25
 
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A Four-Tier Online Store
- 539
 
Chapter 26
 
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MiniJMS: A Java Messaging Service Provider 
- 592
 
Appendix A
 
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JDBC Information
- 671
 
Appendix B
 
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What’s on the CD-ROM?
- 681
 
Back Cover 
 
Stephen Asbury and Scott Weiner – two of Sun’s favorite Java programmingtrainers – provide easy-to-digest instructions for the major Java EnterpriseAPIs and their associated programming tools and products. They describeproven techniques for combining these APIs to create powerful enterpriseapplications and discuss the role middleware products play in the enterprisedevelopment process. You’ll learn how to:
Program with Java Enterprise APIs like RMI, Servlets, JDBC, JNDI,JTS, and others
Build N-Tier transactions applications with Enterprise JavaBeans
Create messaging applications with Java Messaging Service (JMS)
Build a servlet search engine for your Web site
Create an online store with JavaServer Pages (JSP)
About the Authors
Stephen Asbury and Scott R. Weiner are cofounders of Paradigm Research,Inc., a training company that specializes in object-oriented programming withJava, JavaScript, and other Web technologies.
Developing Java™ Enterprise Applications
 
Stephen Asbury
 
Scott R. Weiner 
 
Publisher:
Robert Ipsen
 
Editor:
Theresa Hudson
 
Assistant Editor:
Kathryn A. Malm
 
Managing Editor:
Angela Murphy
 
Electronic Products, Associate Editor:
Mike Sosa
Text Design & Composition:
Benchmark Productions, Inc.
 

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