Enterprise Java Computing: Applications and Architectures / Edition 1by Govind Seshadri
Pub. Date: 06/28/1999
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The key to mastering cutting-edge Java technologies, and practical design and deployment issues in the business environment. See more details below
The key to mastering cutting-edge Java technologies, and practical design and deployment issues in the business environment.
Table of Contents
Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. Introduction to enterprise java computing; 2. Java database connectivity; 3. Deploying java servlets; 4. Melding java with legacy systems using JNI; 5. Object serialization; 6. Remote method invocation; 7. Java IDL: java meets CORBA; Enterprise JavaBeans; Index.
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Be careful when using this book. Even though the book deals with advanced topics, it only covers them at a high level and does not get into the real issues. The book is also full of errors. There are errors in the text, charts and even in the programming examples. Obviously, the programming example were not even been compiled or run. However, if you are looking for an introduction to several of the Java enterprise technologies, this book is ok.