J2ee: The Complete Reference

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Develop robust, industrial-strength J2EE applications that take advantage of the efficiencies of distributive, Web services technology. J2EE: The Complete Reference explains the J2EE architecture and Web services, covers J2EE's massive collection of APIs, and presents strategies for designing and building J2EE components. Inside, you'll find coverage of Java Database Connection (JDBC), Java Servlets, Java ServerPages (JSPs), Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs), interconnectivity, and much more. This resource is ...
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Overview

Develop robust, industrial-strength J2EE applications that take advantage of the efficiencies of distributive, Web services technology. J2EE: The Complete Reference explains the J2EE architecture and Web services, covers J2EE's massive collection of APIs, and presents strategies for designing and building J2EE components. Inside, you'll find coverage of Java Database Connection (JDBC), Java Servlets, Java ServerPages (JSPs), Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs), interconnectivity, and much more. This resource is essential for every developer working with J2EE and Web services.
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Introduces the Java 2 enterprise edition (J2EE) architecture and framework, database concepts, related Java technologies, interconnectivity, and web services technology. Keogh, who teaches Java application development at Columbia University, describes Java database connection (JDBC) objects, HTML, XML, Java servlets, Java ServerPages, Enterprise JavaBeans, the Java mail API, the Java message service, the simple object access protocol (SOAP), the UDDI, and the Java API for XML registries. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072224726
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 9/6/2002
  • Pages: 874
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.08 (h) x 1.84 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1 Java 2 Enterprise Edition Overview 3
2 J2EE Multi-Tier Architecture 23
3 J2EE Best Practices 39
4 J2EE Design Patterns and Frameworks 73
5 J2EE Database Concepts 97
6 JDBC Objects 123
7 JDBC and Embedded SQL 183
8 HTML, XML, and XHTML 265
9 Java and XML 315
10 Java servlets 347
11 Java ServerPages 379
12 Enterprise JavaBeans 405
13 JavaMail API 449
14 Java Interface Definition Language and CORBA 477
15 Java Remote Method Invocation 485
16 Java Message Service 497
17 Security 525
18 Java Naming and Directory Interface API 553
19 SOAP 575
20 Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) 597
21 Electronic Business XML 625
22 The Java API for XML Registries (JAXR) 653
23 Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 683
A HTTP References 703
B Cookie References 713
C Enterprise JavaBeans References 717
D JavaMail References 727
E Java Interface Definition Language and CORBA 743
F Java Remote Method Invocation 745
G Java Message Service 753
H Java Security 759
I Java Naming and Directory Interface 783
J Simple Object Access Protocol 793
K Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration 807
L Electronic Business XML 815
M The Java API for XML Registries 823
Index 835
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2002

    Great General Purpose Book

    Written from a programmer's perspective. Tons of examples. The examples assume a basic understanding of Java but nothing else. In my opinion, this is the perfect balance between theory and practice. If you were stranded on a J2EE Web Services development project and needed one book to keep you afloat, then this would be the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2002

    J2ee: The Complete Reference

    This is hardcore coverage of J2EE and Web services and stands out among other J2EE books. It goes into the deepest details of J2EE and Web services rather than covering the same basic specs. I found especially helpful the best practices and pattern sections, which provides the do¿s and don¿ts of building a Web services application using J2EE. This gives incite into how to avoid common pitfalls when building a J2EE Web services application. I didn¿t find any hype in this book. Instead, I found it to be down to earth practical technical advice.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2002

    J2ee: The Complete Reference

    This book is a perfect blend between J2EE technology and Web Services technology. My company is heavily focused on building distributive systems using J2EE and is now moving towards using J2EE technology to build Web Services based applications. My development team is responsible for building our first such application and we¿ve been searching for a book that provides the right blend of theory and real life practical experience to give us a leg up on building our application. I can safely say we can stop searching. Our development team has found this book to be one of our most valuable assets. It has in depth coverage J2EE technology such as JDBC, EJB, and JSP and similar in depth coverage of web services. But probably the most remarkable attribute is the author shows how to apply J2EE technology to build web services. Our whole development team refers to this book daily.

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