Foundations of Java for ABAP Programmers / Edition 1

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The only beginning book of its kind, this book will teach you SAP/ABAP developers the skills you need for Java 5 programming. The book emphasizes the fundamentals of core Java SE 5 and Java EE 5, to get you up to speed with these technologies. You’ll learn about the most important enterprise Java API found in the new Java EE 5 platform, which you can immediately use and integrate. Furthermore, the book elaborates on connecting to a database, SAP Java Connector, servlets, Java Server Pages, Enterprise JavaBeans, and Java Messaging.

Table of Contents

  1. Your First Java Program
  2. Object Orientation in a Nutshell
  3. The Primitive Data Types
  5. Naming Standards and Conventions
  6. The Java Operators
  7. Strings with Java
  8. Control Flow
  9. Jump Statements
  10. Arrays and Collections in Java
  11. Object Orientation in Java
  12. More OO in Java—Interfaces and Abstract Classes
  13. Inner, Nested, and Anonymous Classes
  14. Errors and Exceptions
  15. Threads, Daemons, and Garbage Collection
  16. Basic Swing Using Default Layouts
  17. Event Handling
  18. Layout Managers and Other Components
  19. JDBC Technology
  20. The Java Connector (JCo)
  21. Servlets
  22. JavaServer Pages (JSP)
  23. Extensible Markup Language (XML)
  24. Java Messaging Services
  25. Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590596258
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 4/5/2006
  • Edition description: 2006
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 10.00 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 0.56 (d)

Meet the Author

Alistair Rooney has been in corporate IT for 23 years. He has been an IT manager, project manager, technical consultant, and developer. He delivered the first Java course for SAP in Brussels and has been a dedicated evangelist for externalizing corporate data with Java. Alistair lives outside of Durban, South Africa, with his wife, two children, and various animals.
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Table of Contents

Pt. 1 Introducing Java
Lesson 1 Your first Java program 3
Lesson 2 Object orientation in a nutshell 7
Lesson 3 The primitive data types 13
Lesson 4 Comments 17
Lesson 5 Naming standards and conventions 19
Lesson 6 The Java operators 21
Lesson 7 Strings with Java 29
Lesson 8 Control flow 35
Lesson 9 Jump statements 41
Lesson 10 Arrays and collections in Java 43
Lesson 11 Object orientation in Java 49
Lesson 12 More OO in Java - interfaces and abstract classes 57
Lesson 13 Inner, nested, and anonymous classes 61
Lesson 14 Errors and exceptions 65
Lesson 15 Threads, daemons, and garbage collection 71
Lesson 16 Basic swing using default layouts 79
Lesson 17 Event handling 83
Lesson 18 Layout managers and other components 87
Pt. 2 Enterprise Java
Lesson 19 JDBC technology 97
Lesson 20 The Java connector (JCo) 107
Lesson 21 Servlets 115
Lesson 22 JavaServer pages (JSP) 133
Lesson 23 Extensible markup language (XML) 145
Lesson 24 Java messaging services 165
Lesson 25 Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 171
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