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Written by a seasoned Java expert, Enterprise Java Computing is the ideal hands-on reference not only for mastering cutting-edge concepts, but also for gaining valuable insights into practical design and deployment issues. Using this book, developers learn to: integrate relational databases with RMI amd servlets using JDBC; develop sophisticated servlet-based middleware; design multi-tier EJB applications; write Jini services; understand advanced issues regarding RMI and Java IDL development; and perform Java/legacy-system integration using JNI. This book empowers corporate developers to deliver mission-critical, real world Java applications. With 'Enterprise Java Computing' readers master the critical building blocks necessary for developing robust client-server applications, without getting bogged down in the specifics of the Java language and its syntax.
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.
Posted June 7, 2013
Posted January 12, 2000
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.
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