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Computer professionals increasingly rely on the Web, online help, and other online information sources to ease information pain. Now The Java Enterprise CD Bookshelf gives you convenient online access to your favorite books from your CD-ROM drive.The Java Enterprise CD Bookshelf is a power-packed collection of books from O'Reilly: both electronic and print versions of Java Enterprise in a Nutshell, plus electronic versions of Java in a Nutshell, 3rd Edition; Java Foundation Classes in a Nutshell; Enterprise ...

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Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 2000 CD-ROM Not Given As New "THE JAVA ENTERPRISE CD BOOKSHELF contains seven complete books on CD-ROM: O'Reilly's most popular java ... titles-JAVA ENTERPRISE IN A NUTSHELL, JAVA IN A NUTSHELL {3RD EDITION}, JAVA FOUNDATION CLASSES IN A NUTSHEHH, ENTERPRISE JAVABEANS {2ND EDITION}, JAVA SERVLET PROGRAMMING, JAVA SECURITY, and JAVA DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING. All text is extensively hyperlinked. A master index for all seven books and a powerful search engine make look-up a snap. In addition, you get a bound copy of JAVA ENTERPRISE IN A NUTSHELL, an indispensable quick reference covering the Java Enterprises APIs for Java programmers who are writing distributed enterprise applications. " This item is NEW, still shrink-wrapped. Read more Show Less

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Overview

Computer professionals increasingly rely on the Web, online help, and other online information sources to ease information pain. Now The Java Enterprise CD Bookshelf gives you convenient online access to your favorite books from your CD-ROM drive.The Java Enterprise CD Bookshelf is a power-packed collection of books from O'Reilly: both electronic and print versions of Java Enterprise in a Nutshell, plus electronic versions of Java in a Nutshell, 3rd Edition; Java Foundation Classes in a Nutshell; Enterprise JavaBeans, 2nd Edition; Java Servlet Programming; Java Security; and Java Distributed Computing.Never has it been easier to learn, or look up, what you need to know online. Formatted in HTML, The Java Enterprise CD Bookshelf can be read using any Web browser. The books are fully searchable and cross-referenced. In addition to individual indexes for each book, there's a master index for the entire library.

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In The Java Enterprise CD Bookshelf, David Flanagan, Jim Farley, William Crawford, and Kris Magnusson collaborate to provide the Java user with seven complete "how to" instruction and reference books on CD-ROM, in addition to a print copy of Java Enterprise In A Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference. The books on CD-ROM include Enterprise JavaBeans: 2nd Edition; Java Servlet Programming; Java Security; Java Distributed Computing; Java Enterprise in a Nutshell: 3rd Edition; Java Foundation Classes in a Nutshell; and, of course, Java Enterprise In A Nutshell. This single volume, highly recommended, book/cd-rom combination is ideal for the novice Java user seeking a quick start-up and rapid learning curve as possible, and will prove invaluable refresher and reference for the advanced and experienced Java user as well.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781565928503
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/8/2000
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 622
  • Product dimensions: 6.19 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.21 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Part I Introducing the Java Enterprise APIs
Chapter 1 Introduction 3
Enterprise Computing Defined 3
Enterprise Computing Demystified 4
The Java Enterprise APIs 5
Enterprise Computing Scenarios 11
Java Enterprise APIs Versus Jini 14
Chapter 2 JDBC 15
JDBC Architecture 15
JDBC Basics 16
JDBC Drivers 18
Connecting to the Database 20
Statements 21
Results 23
Handling Errors 26
Prepared Statements 27
Metadata 29
Transactions 32
Stored Procedures 34
Escape Sequences 36
JDBC 2.0 37
Chapter 3 Remote Method Invocation 43
Introduction to RMI 43
Defining Remote Objects 51
Creating the Stubs and Skeletons 55
Accessing Remote Objects as a Client 56
Dynamically Loaded Classes 60
Remote Object Activation 64
RMI and Native Method Calls 75
RMI over IIOP 78
Chapter 4 Java IDL 82
The CORBA Architecture 83
Creating CORBA Objects 87
Putting It in the Public Eye 98
Finding Remote Objects 103
What If I Don't Know the Interface? 111
Chapter 5 Java Servlets 114
The Servlet Life Cycle 115
Servlet Basics 116
Servlet Chaining 126
Custom Servlet Initialization 128
Thread Safety 130
Server-Side Includes 133
Cookies 135
Session Tracking 136
Databases and Non-HTML Content 139
The Servlet API 2.1 141
Chapter 6 JNDI 143
JNDI Architecture 144
A JNDI Example 145
Introducing the Context 146
Looking Up Objects in a Context 148
The NamingShell Application 149
Listing the Children of a Context 154
Creating and Destroying Contexts 159
Binding Objects 161
Accessing Directory Services 162
Modifying Directory Entries 167
Creating Directory Entries 169
Searching a Directory 170
Chapter 7 Enterprise JavaBeans 174
A Note on Evolving Standards 175
EJB Roles 176
Transaction Management 182
Implementing a Basic EJB Object 186
Implementing Session Beans 191
Implementing Entity Beans 196
Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object 213
Using an Enterprise JavaBeans Object 219
Changes in EJB 1.1 Specification 222
Part II Enterprise Reference
Chapter 8 SQL Reference 227
Relational Databases 228
Data Types 229
Schema Manipulation Commands 230
Data Manipulation Commands 233
Functions 239
Return Codes 241
Chapter 9 RMI Tools 245
rmic 245
rmiregistry 247
rmid 247
serialver 248
Chapter 10 IDL Reference 250
IDL Keywords 251
Identifiers 252
Comments 253
Basic Data Types 253
Constants and Literals 255
Naming Scopes 258
User-Defined Data Types 259
Exceptions 268
Module Declarations 271
Interface Declarations 271
Chapter 11 CORBA Services Reference 281
Naming Service 282
Security Service 282
Event Service 282
Persistent Object Service 283
Life Cycle Service 283
Concurrency Control Service 284
Externalization Service 284
Relationship Service 284
Transaction Service 285
Query Service 286
Licensing Service 286
Property Service 287
Time Service 287
Trading Service 287
Collection Service 288
Chapter 12 Java IDL Tools 289
Idltojava 289
Tnameserv 291
Part III API Quick Reference
How to Use This Quick Reference 295
Chapter 13 The java.rmi Package 304
Chapter 14 The java.rmi.activation Package 313
Chapter 15 The java.rmi.dgc Package 322
Chapter 16 The java.rmi.registry Package 324
Chapter 17 The java.rmi.server Package 327
Chapter 18 The java.sql Package 339
Chapter 19 The javax.ejb Package 361
Chapter 20 The javax.ejb.deployment Package 369
Chapter 21 The javax.jms Package 373
Chapter 22 The javax.naming Package 398
Chapter 23 The javax.naming.directory Package 416
Chapter 24 The javax.naming.spi Package 426
Chapter 25 The javax.servlet Package 430
Chapter 26 The javax.servlet.http Package 437
Chapter 27 The javax.sql Package 444
Chapter 28 The javax.transaction Package 451
Chapter 29 The javax.transaction.xa Package 458
Chapter 30 The org.omg.CORBA Package 461
Chapter 31 The org.omg.CORBA.DynAnyPackage Package 506
Chapter 32 The org.omg.CORBA.ORBPackage Package 508
Chapter 33 The org.omg.CORBA.portable Package 510
Chapter 34 The org.omg.CORBA.TypeCodePackage Package 517
Chapter 35 The org.omg.CosNaming Package 519
Chapter 36 The org.omg.CosNaming.-NamingContextPackage Package 531
Chapter 37 Class, Method, and Field Index 540
Index 567
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