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A book for the community
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About the Authors
Chapter 1 – Introduction to WebSphere Application Server Community Edition
1.1 A brief history of Community Edition
1.2 WebSphere application server family
1.3 Target users of Community Edition
1.4 User assistance and technical support
1.5 Components of Community Edition
1.6 Java EE compliance matrix
1.7 Related free products: DB2 Express-C and IBM Data Studio
1.8 Summary
1.9 Review questions
Chapter 2 – Installing Community Edition
2.1 Installing Community Edition: The big picture
2.2 System requirements
2.3 Obtaining Community Edition
2.4 Installing Community Edition
2.5 Validating the installation
2.6 Community Edition and DB2 Express-C on the Cloud
2.7 Exercises
2.8 Summary
2.9 Review questions
Chapter 3 – Development with Community Edition
3.1 Development with Community Edition: The big picture
3.2 Downloading and installing IBM Data Studio or Eclipse
3.3 Eclipse Integration with WEP
3.4 Creating and deploying a "Hello World" Web application
3.5 Servlets
3.6 JSPs
3.7 Manually deploying an application
3.8 Exercises
3.9 Summary
3.10 Review questions
Chapter 4 – Working with databases
4.1 Community Edition database connectivity: The big picture
4.2 Steps to work with a database in Community Edition
4.2.1 Creating a database
4.2.2 Configuring and deploying a database pool
4.2.3 Executing SQL statements to load some data
4.3 Developing a Web application to access a database
4.3.1 Create a Dynamic Web Project
4.3.2 Create a JSP and configure the data source reference
4.3.3 Deploy and run the project on the Community Edition server
4.4 Support for other databases in Community Edition
4.5 Summary
4.6 Exercises
4.7 Review questions
Chapter 5 – Enterprise Java Beans
5.1 Community Edition Enterprise Java Beans: The big picture
5.2 Developing EJBs in Community Edition
5.2.1 Creating an EJB
5.2.2 Deploying an EJB
5.3 Working with EJBs in Community Edition
5.3.1 Using EJBs in a servlet
5.3.2 Using an EJB in an application client
5.4 Java Persistence API Entities Development in Community Edition
5.4.1 Creating JPA entities manually
5.4.2 Generating JPA entities from tables of a database
5.5 Summary
5.6 Exercises
5.7 Review questions
6.2.2 JMS application models
6.2.3 JMS API
6.2.4 JMS application development steps in Community Edition
6.3 Configuring a JMS resource group in Community Edition
6.3.1 Creating a JMS resource group
6.3.2 Creating a JMS connection factory
6.3.3 Creating a JMS queue and topic destinations
6.3.4 Stop, restart, or uninstall an installed JMS resource group
6.4 Using Community Edition JMS resource
6.4.1 Accessing queues or topics from a Web application
6.4.2 Message-driven beans
6.4.3 Stand-alone Java application
6.5 Summary
6.6 Exercises
6.7 Review questions
Chapter 7 – Web Services
7.1 Community Edition Web Services: The big picture
7.2 Developing Web Services in Community Edition
7.2.1 Creating a Web Service project in Eclipse
7.2.2 Creating a service endpoint interface
7.2.3 Providing the service implementation class
7.2.4 Deploying the Web Service in Community Edition
7.3 Consuming a Web Service deployed in Community Edition
7.3.1 Creating necessary stubs to consume the Web Service
7.3.2 Creating a POJO client
7.3.3 Creating a Web client
7.3.4 Using service reference tag in a Java EE application
7.4 Creating Data Web services with IBM Data Studio
7.5 Summary
7.6 Exercises
7.7 Review questions
Chapter 8 – Security
8.1 Community Edition Security: The big picture
8.2 Configuring the security realm
8.3.2 Implementing EJB Security
8.3.3 Implementing Web security
8.4 Managing users and groups for Community Edition administrative interface
8.8 Review questions
Chapter 9 – Administering Community Edition
9.1 Administering Community Edition: The big picture
9.2 Starting and stopping the server
9.2.1 Starting the server
9.2.2 Stopping the server
9.3 Configuring the Community Edition server manually
9.3.1 Setting the IP address and hostname
9.3.2 Changing port numbers
9.3.3 Changing the username and password
9.4 Introducing the administrative console
9.4.1 Welcome
9.4.2 Server
9.4.3 Services
9.4.4 Applications
9.4.5 Security
9.4.6 Debug Views
9.4.7 Embedded DB
9.5 Adding JARs to the Community Edition repository
9.6 Administering applications
9.6.1 Deploying and undeploying applications
9.6.2 Starting and stopping applications
9.7 Tools and commands
9.7.1 The deploy command
9.8 Configuring multiple server instances
9.9 Configuring multiple repositories
9.10 Exercises
9.11 Summary
9.12 Review questions
Chapter 10 – Tuning a Community Edition server
10.1 Tuning a Community Edition server: The big picture
10.2 Monitoring Community Edition
10.3 Community Edition Server tuning
10.3.1 Thread pool size
10.3.2 Monitoring thread pools
10.3.3 Configuring the thread pool size
10.4 JVM and operating system tuning
10.4.1 JVM tuning
10.4.2 Operating system tuning
10.5 Summary
10.6 Exercises
10.7 Review questions
Chapter 11 - Troubleshooting
11.1 Troubleshooting: The big picture
11.2 Problems during installation/un-installation
11.2.1 JVM not found
11.2.2 Platform-specific Problem
11.2.3 Uninstalling Community Edition doesn’t remove all the files
11.3 Problems starting or stopping the Community Edition server
11.3.1 JAVA_HOME or JRE_HOME environment variable is not specified
11.3.2 Port already in use
11.3.3 Could not communicate with the server
11.4 Classpath and dependency
11.5 Using Community Edition log files as diagnostic tools
11.5.1 Installation and un-installation logs
11.5.2 Server log
11.5.3 Client log
11.5.4 Deployer log
11.5.5 Web log
11.5.6 DB2 database log
11.5.7 System.out and System.err
11.6 Summary
11.7 Review questions
Chapter 12 – Advanced features
12.1 GShell
12.2 Customizing a new server assembly
12.3 Plug-in management
12.4 WADI Clustering
12.5 Farming deployment
12.6 Review questions
Appendix A – Solutions to review questions
Appendix B – Up and running with DB2
B.1 DB2: The big picture
B.2 DB2 Packaging
B.2.1 DB2 servers
B.2.2 DB2 Clients and Drivers
B.3 Installing DB2
B.3.1 Installation on Windows
B.3.2 Installation on Linux
B.4 DB2 Tools
B.4.1 Control Center
B.4.2 Command Line Tools
B.5 The DB2 environment
B.6 DB2 configuration
B.7 Connecting to a database
B.8 Basic sample programs
B.9 DB2 documentation
Appendix C – Using the sample code
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