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Building Custom Java Controls
Ways to Think About Custom Controls
Working with Java Control Sources
Invoking a Control Method
Overriding Control Property Settings
Handling Control Method Exceptions
Control Factories: Managing Collections of Controls
What Is a Control Factory?
Automatically Generated Factory Classes
Parameterized Callback Handlers
Developing Web Applications
Guide to Building Page Flows
Why Use Page Flows?
Components of the Page Flow Programming Model
Action Methods
Form Beans
Forward Objects
The Tag Library
Navigation: a Simple Example
Submitting Data: A Simple Example
Advantages of Using Page Flows
Designing Asynchronous Interfaces
Getting Started: Using Asynchrony to Enable Long-Running Operations
Introduction to Asynchronous Java Controls
Using Java Controls from Page Flows
Using Java Controls from Other Java Controls
Designing Conversational Web Services
Best Practices for Designing Asynchronous Interfaces
Designing Robust Asynchronous Interfaces
Do I Need an Asynchronous Interface?
Do I Need to Use Callbacks?
Do I Need to Use Polling?
A Robust Web Service or Java Control
Handling XML with XMLBeans
Accessing XML Using Its Schema
Looking at the Schema
Writing Java Code That Uses the Interfaces
Creating New XML Instances from Schema
XMLBeans Hierarchy
Built-In Type Support
Using XQuery Expressions
Using XML Cursors
Where to Go Next
Selecting XML with XQuery and XPath
Using the selectPath Method
Using the execQuery Method
Building Integration Applications
Building Portal Applications
Overview
Developing Portal Applications
Developing Personalized Applications
Developing Portal User Interfaces
Assembling Portal Applications
Securing Portal Applications
Deploying Portal Applications (edocs)
Portal Reference
What is a Portal?
Portals in Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Terms
Components that Make up a Portal
Portal Development Tools and Services
Creating a Portal
Creating a Portal Application and Portal Web Project
Developing Enterprise JavaBeans
Getting Started with EJB Project
Session EJBs
Entity EJBs
Message-Driven EJBs
EJB Interfaces
Deployment Descriptor
EJB JAR
What is EJB project?
EJB Project and ejbgen Tags
Building and Deploying EJBs
What are EJB Controls?
What are CMP Entity Beans?
Home and Business Interfaces
CMP Fields
Create Methods
Component Methods
Home Methods
Finder and Select Methods
Relations
Other Methods
Creating an Entity Bean
Automatic Table Creation
Defining a Basic Entity Bean
Removing an Entity Bean Instance
Callback Methods
Automatic Primary Key Generation
Primary Key Generation Using SQL Server's IDENTITY
Primary Key Generation Using a Named Sequence Table
Defining the CMP Entity Bean
Entity Relationships
One-to-One, Unidirectional
One-to-One, Bidirectional
One-to-Many, Unidirectional
One-to-Many, Bidirectional
Many-to-One, Unidirectional
Many-to-Many, Unidirectional
Many-to-Many, Bidirectional
The Life Cycle of an Entity Bean
Moving from the Does Not Exist to the Pooled State
The Pooled State
Moving from the Pooled to the Ready State
The Ready State
Moving from the Ready to the Pooled State
Activation and Passivation
Moving from the Pooled to the Does Not Exist State
Bean-Managed Persistence
Main Differences Between CMP and BMP
BMP Implementation
What are Session Beans?
Stateful and Stateless
The Create Methods
Creating a Session Bean
Predefined and Callback Methods
The Life Cycle of a Stateless Session Bean
Moving from the Does Not Exist to the Ready State
Moving from the Ready to the Does Not Exist State
The Life Cycle of a Stateful Session Bean
Developing Message-Driven Beans
What are Message-Driven Beans?
Asynchronous and Concurrent Processing
Topics and Queues
The Life Cycle of a Message-Driven Bean
Using a JMS Control
Sending Messages from EJBs
JMS Message Types
Message Selectors
Processing JMS Messages
Acknowledgement and Transactions
WebLogic Workshop Security Overview
Security Goals
WebLogic Workshop Security Technologies
Transport Security
Transport Security Strategies
One-way SSL
One-way SSL with Basic Authentication
Two-way SSL
Web Service Security (WS-Security)
An Overview of Role-Based Security
The Authentication Process
The Authorization Process
Global Roles
Scoped Roles
Role-Principal Mapping
Running Under Another Security Role
Authentication
Basic Authentication
Page Flow Authentication
Portal Security Scenario
Deploying an Application to a Production Server
Development Mode and Production Mode
EAR Files
Manual Creation of Server Resources
Overview: Clustering
Clustering Workshop Applications
Configuring Clusters in config.xml
The Element
Resource Deployment
Proxy Server Setup
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