Enterprise Java 2,J2ee 1.3 Complete

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Enterprise Java 2, J2EE 1.3 Complete is a one-of-a-kind book--valuable both for its broad content and its low price. Whether you are new to network programming with Java or need to upgrade solid skills to the next level, you'll get the "must have" information to become proficient with the world's most popular programming platform.
With Enterprise Java 2, J2EE 1.3 Complete, you'll learn everything you need to know for developing large-scale web and network applications with Java....
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Overview

Enterprise Java 2, J2EE 1.3 Complete is a one-of-a-kind book--valuable both for its broad content and its low price. Whether you are new to network programming with Java or need to upgrade solid skills to the next level, you'll get the "must have" information to become proficient with the world's most popular programming platform.
With Enterprise Java 2, J2EE 1.3 Complete, you'll learn everything you need to know for developing large-scale web and network applications with Java. You'll begin by learning which components combine to form the enterprise platform, and then move on to basic development skills: Servlet programming, creating JavaServer Pages, and programming JavaBeans. You'll also learn database programming concepts and skills, and how to secure your network from malevolent intruders. You'll learn to use XML and its related technologies for seamless cross-platform data exchange. Finally, you'll learn advanced JavaBeans programming to create reusable software components. As a bonus, the last part of the book teaches you to program spiders and bots: Although not a part of J2EE, it's a fun topic that can come in handy for Internet developers who want to create agents to automatically retrieve and organize web content.
Enterprise Java 2, J2EE 1.3 Complete introduces you to the work of some of Sybex's finest authors, so you'll know where to go to learn even more about Java.
Inside:
Java Web Applications
An Introduction to J2EE
The Basic Servlet API
The Basic JSP API
Servlet Web Applications
Introducing JavaBeans
Session Management
Using Custom Tags
Naming Services, Databases, and Security
Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
Database Connectivity (JDBC)
Advanced Database Programming
Secure Web Applications
XML, SOAP, and Messaging
XML for Data Description
Presenting XML with JSP
Understanding XML Messaging
A Survey of SOAP
A SOAP Server Example
Java Messaging Service (JMS)
Remote Communications and Enterprise JavaBeans
Persistence and Remote Method Invocation
Java IDL and CORBA Connectivity
EJB Architecture and Clients
Session, Entity, and Message-Driven EJBs
EJB Transactions and Security
EJB Environment, Client, and Design Issues
J2EE Connector Architecture
Spiders and Bots
Building a Spider
Building a High-Volume Spider
Building a Bot
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782141450
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 11/13/2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 974
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 2.30 (d)

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Sybex Inc.: Sybex editors and authors have created this book by pulling together the best information from our Java books including Mastering JSP, Java 2 Developer's Handbook, Java Developer's Guide to Servlets and JSP, Java Developer's Guide to E-Commerce, and Java 2 Web Developer Certification Study Guide. The book also contains brand-new material written from scatch for EJB, JMS, SOAP, and JNDI.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part I: Java Web Applications.

Chapter 1: An Introduction to J2EE.

Chapter 2: The Basic Servlet API.

Chapter 3: The Basic JSP API.

Chapter 4: Servlet Web Applications.

Chapter 5: Introducing JavaBeans.

Chapter 6: Session Management.

Chapter 7: Using Custom Tags.

Part II: Naming Services, Databases, and Security.

Chapter 8: Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI).

Chapter 9: Database Connectivity (JDBC).

Chapter 10: Advanced Database Programming.

Chapter 11: Secure Web Applications.

Part III: XML, SOAP, and Messaging.

Chapter 12: XML for Data Description.

Chapter 13: Presenting XML With JSP.

Chapter 14: Understanding XML Messaging.

Chapter 15: A Survey of SOAP.

Chapter 16: A SOAP Server Example.

Chapter 17: Java Messaging Service (JMS).

Part IV: Remote Communications and Enterprise JavaBeans.

Chapter 18: Persistence and Remote Method Invocation.

Chapter 19: Java IDL and CORBA Connectivity.

Chapter 20: EJB Architecture and Clients.

Chapter 21: Session, Entity, and Message Driven EJBs.

Chapter 22: EJB Transactions and Security.

Chapter 23: EJB Environment, Client, and Design Issues.

Chapter 24: J2EE Connector Architecture.

Part V: Spiders and Bots.

Chapter 25: Building a Spider.

Chapter 26: Building a High-Volume Spider.

Chapter 27: Building a Bot.

Appendix: Setup.

Glossary.

Index.

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