Pro J2EE 1.4: From Professional to Expert

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Authors Spielman and Kunnumpurath have spent hours coding the new features of J2EE 1.4so that you can catapult the examples into your own development projects without spinning extra cycles. This book will shape your understanding of intricate, complex J2EE 1.4 development. It is packed with real-world experience, best practices, and plenty of code, so you can move forward with your project, using the latest and greatest J2EE 1.4 functionality.

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Overview

Authors Spielman and Kunnumpurath have spent hours coding the new features of J2EE 1.4so that you can catapult the examples into your own development projects without spinning extra cycles. This book will shape your understanding of intricate, complex J2EE 1.4 development. It is packed with real-world experience, best practices, and plenty of code, so you can move forward with your project, using the latest and greatest J2EE 1.4 functionality.

Pro J2EE 1.4 runs the gamut, from building industrial-strength Web applications with advanced Servlets 2.4, to using custom actions in JSP 2.0. The authors also provide details on all aspects of EJBs, like session, entity, message beans, and container services. Once youve built a J2EE application using this book, youll look at managing applications, components and resources, as well as J2EE deployment issues. Eventually, this book will become your well-worn reference guide, kept open continually upon your desk.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590593400
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 6/28/2004
  • Pages: 936
  • Product dimensions: 7.02 (w) x 9.14 (h) x 1.92 (d)

Meet the Author

Meeraj Kunnumpurath works as a senior information specialist at Electronic Data Systems. He has been using Enterprise Java for more than 4 years. He is a Sun Certified Java Programmer and Web Component Developer. Meeraj also writes for popular websites and journals.

Sue Spielman is president and senior consulting engineer for Switchback Software LLC http://www.switchbacksoftware.com. Switchback Software provides a full range of software development and consulting services for enterprise business, web, and wireless applications. Sue frequently speaks at industry conferences around the United States and is the author of The Struts Framework: Practical Guide for Java Programmers, JSTL: Practical Guide for JSP Programmers, and The Web Conferencing Book.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Introducing and installing J2EE 1.4 1
Ch. 2 Understanding Web applications 21
Ch. 3 Working with JSP 2.0 73
Ch. 4 Using the JSTL 131
Ch. 5 Using custom actions in JSP 2.0 195
Ch. 6 Working with servlets 259
Ch. 7 Using advanced servlet features 349
Ch. 8 Handling security in the Web tier 415
Ch. 9 Building the best application you can 459
Ch. 10 Using session beans 495
Ch. 11 Introducing entity beans and persistence 517
Ch. 12 Introducing messaging 571
Ch. 13 Using EJB container services 621
Ch. 14 Processing XML documents 655
Ch. 15 Introducing enterprise Java Web services 695
Ch. 16 Managing applications, components, and resources 763
Ch. 17 Packaging and deploying your applications 841
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2004

    a massive overlayer

    Regular Java is at version 1.4 going onto 1.5. But from the earliest versions, many optional classes were added to the core Java to form J2EE. Now this book gives you a lengthy description of the bulk of J2EE 1.4. You can see that J2EE revolves around the Web, not the Internet. For the latter, the low level network communications classes in the core Java suffice. But at the level of the Web, we have web servers, often making dynamic web pages using JSPs and Servlets. The importance of these is shown in how the authors devote 5 chapters to these two intertwined ideas. One cannot be adequately explained without describing the other. But the authors show that for practical, commercial websites, that is not enough. Often, the Web servers must hook up to a backend database, using EJBs - entity, session and message beans that act as an intermediate layer. Another 4 chapters here. And you get explanations of how to handle XML documents, which are now the standard for data interchange. Leading right into Web Services, which may be the Next Big Thing. Perhaps. Each of these topics is often discussed in more detail in other books specifically devoted to each. But under one cover, you can get a good understanding here.

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