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With Java 2, the Java platform offers a complete, mature set of APIs for enterprise applications. java enterprise in a nutshell brings O'Reilly's trademarked In a Nutshell format to these APIs — and that's good news for anyone developing mission-critical applications with Java.
The authors present fast, insightful tutorials and example-rich quick-references for each of six key technologies. You'll walk through the fundamentals of JDBC for accessing relational database systems (if you're new to this, it'll help to already know a little SQL). Next, review RMI for creating distributed computing systems; and the Java IDL for interfacing with remote CORBA objects.
Java Enterprise in a Nutshell also covers Java servlets, a great cross-platform solution for extending web servers; JNDI, a protocol-independent interface to network name and directory services systems; and finally, Enterprise JavaBeans, Sun's component model for units of business logic and business data.
You'll wonder how you got along without this book — just as thousands of developers wonder how they got along with its best-selling companions, Java in a Nutshell, Third Edition and Java Foundation Classes in a Nutshell. —Bill Carnada