Special Edition Using Java 2: Enterprise Edition

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Java 2 Enterprise Edition is a combination of Java-related technologies including Java Server Pages, Servlets, and Enterprise Java Beans. Working together these <169>pieces<170> make Java a viable solution for enterprise-scale applications. "SE Using J2EE" starts with a section covering the core J2EE components and how they fit into the overall application architecture. The book then builds off this foundation to explore the practical applications of J2EE including incorporating XML into J2EE, ...
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Overview

Java 2 Enterprise Edition is a combination of Java-related technologies including Java Server Pages, Servlets, and Enterprise Java Beans. Working together these <169>pieces<170> make Java a viable solution for enterprise-scale applications. "SE Using J2EE" starts with a section covering the core J2EE components and how they fit into the overall application architecture. The book then builds off this foundation to explore the practical applications of J2EE including incorporating XML into J2EE, creating wireless Web applications, network programming with J2EE, managing security and encryption, object programming with Serialization and Reflection, and programming Java applets in the enterprise. Later chapters discuss alternative approaches to solving problems in J2EE applications including debugging, decompiling and disassembly. The book finishes with a useful reference section discussing each of the core J2EE APIs.
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Special Edition Using Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) starts with a section covering the core J2EE components (EJBs, JSP, Servlets, JDBC, RMI, Corba, etc) and how they fit into the overall application architecture. The methodically presented manual then builds on this foundation to explore the practical applications of J2EE, including: incorporating XML into J2EE, creating wireless Web applications, network programming with J2EE, managing security and encryption, object programming with Serialization and Reflection and programming Java Applets in the enterprise. Later chapters discuss alternative approaches to solving problems in J2EE applications, including debugging, decompiling, and disassembly. The highly recommended instructional and reference guide then finishes with a useful reference section discussing each of the core J2EE APIs. User Level: Intermediate. 1,088 pp.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789725035
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 5/17/2001
  • Series: Special Edition Using Series
  • Pages: 1088
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.16 (h) x 2.42 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
I Enterprise JavaBeans 5
1 Application Architecture Concepts 7
2 A Quick Primer on SQL 21
3 JDBC - The Java Database API 37
4 Remote Method Invocation 55
5 Overview of Enterprise JavaBeans 77
6 Creating a Session Bean 89
7 Creating an Entity Bean 121
8 Using Container-Managed Persistence 153
9 EJB Transactions 183
10 Mapping Objects to a Relational Database 195
11 Debugging an EJB 211
12 EJB Design 217
II Java Server Pages and Servlets 233
13 Servlets 235
14 Java Server Pages 245
15 Common JSP Tasks 263
16 Extending JSP with New Tags 287
III Additional J2EE Technologies 327
17 CORBA 329
18 JNDI - Java Naming and Directory Interface 369
19 JMS - The Java Message Service 385
20 Connecting to Existing Systems 407
21 Packaging and Installing at J2EE Application 415
IV Using XML with J2EE 429
22 XML - The Extensible Markup Language 431
23 Using XSL to Translate XML Documents 455
24 Using Java-XML Tools 471
25 Remote Method Calls with XML-SOAP 487
V Networking 501
26 Networks and Network Protocols 503
27 Network Programming 517
28 Overview of Internet Protocols 547
29 The HTTP Protocol 567
30 SMTP, POP3, and IMAP4 - The E-Mail Protocols 577
31 Proxies and Relays 601
VI Security 623
32 Introduction to Encryption Techniques 625
33 Encrypting Data 637
34 Digitally Signing Data 661
35 Using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 673
36 Java Security Features 689
37 J2EE Security 703
VII Dynamic Java 721
38 Serialization 723
39 Reflection 747
40 Dynamic Class Loading 763
41 Introspection 775
42 The Model-View-Controller Paradigm 785
43 Code Generation 823
VIII Applets 837
44 Applet Development 839
45 Code Signing 873
46 Using Enterprise JavaBeans from an Applet 885
47 Web Start - An Alternative to Applets 893
IX Problem Solving 903
48 Narrowing Down the Problem 905
49 Decompiling and Patching 915
X J2EE in Practice 927
50 A J2EE Web Application 929
51 Using XML for Data Exchange 963
52 Internationalization 973
53 Creating a Wireless Web Application 987
54 Creating a Business-to-Business Application 1017
Index 1033
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