Java Tools: Using XML, EJB, CORBA, Servlets and SOAP

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First, the authors establish a foundation in the HTML and Java chapters. Then, they cover Servlets, CORBA, EJB, XML, and SOAP and introduce important development tools. Where appropriate, they provide comparisons and analogies to the Microsoft and Open Source world, and throughout the book, Eberhart and Fisher provide a single running example of an online bookstore which serves to explain all the aspects of a distributed application, showing the step-by-step way in which new functionalities are incorporated and ...
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Overview

First, the authors establish a foundation in the HTML and Java chapters. Then, they cover Servlets, CORBA, EJB, XML, and SOAP and introduce important development tools. Where appropriate, they provide comparisons and analogies to the Microsoft and Open Source world, and throughout the book, Eberhart and Fisher provide a single running example of an online bookstore which serves to explain all the aspects of a distributed application, showing the step-by-step way in which new functionalities are incorporated and how the appropriate technologies are used to achieve the result. All of the tools are public domain, which makes it possible for the reader to try out everything on a PC at home and a comprehensive web site which contains the examples 'ready to run'.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471486664
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/8/2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 510
  • Product dimensions: 7.46 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.16 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Introduction 1
Ch. 2 Distributed applications 7
Ch. 3 Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) 37
Ch. 4 Java as a programming language for distributed applications 53
Ch. 5 JDBC - database access with Java 83
Ch. 6 Principles of the servlet technology 97
Ch. 7 Tool Support for servlets 113
Ch. 8 A sample application with servlets 125
Ch. 9 Basic principles of CORBA 179
Ch. 10 Java tools for CORBA 197
Ch. 11 The sample application in CORBA 209
Ch. 12 The basics of Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) 239
Ch. 13 Tools for Enterprise Java Beans 247
Ch. 14 EJB example 261
Ch. 15 XML - the new ASCII 283
Ch. 16 Tool support for XML 331
Ch. 17 The sample application with XML 355
Ch. 18 Business-to-business applications 371
Ch. 19 Related solutions - differences and similarities 387
Ch. 20 Technology interaction 403
App. A JDBC reference 411
App. B Servlet objects 419
App. C Java Server Pages (JSP) 435
App. D Interface Description Language (IDL) 439
App. E Document Object Model (DOM) Level 2 443
App. F XPath 455
App. G: Bibliography 461
App. H: How to use the Web site for this book 465
Index 469
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2002

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    Ahh... how pleased i was when i bought this book. It promised to introduce me for a set of new java tools: EBJ, CORBA, JSP, SERVLETS... But allas, how disapointed i became when i acctually began reading it! It is amazing how -in my opinion- the authors completely lack the sense of pedagogy. The book is both badly structured and badly translated (i hope readers have some knowledge of german, so they'll able to read those untranslted words that appears all over the book). The book also inlcude many unclear and poorly described figures. Good luck reading it! i dont think this book is worth much :(

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