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Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) is the specification that allenterprise Java developers need to build multi-tier applications,and also the basis for BEA's WebLogic Application Server and IBM'sWebSphere Revised to be current with the significant J2EE 1.4 update thatwill drive substantial developer interest Written by a top-selling team of eleven experts who provideunique and substantial business examples in a vendor-neutralformat, making the information applicable to various applicationservers Covers patterns, J2EE application servers, frameworks, Ant, andcontinuous availability Includes extensive intermediate and advanced coverage of J2EEAPIs Companion Web site provides additional examples andinformation
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ISBN: 9780764555749
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