ISBN-10:
0764508822
ISBN-13:
9780764508820
Pub. Date:
04/01/2002
Publisher:
Wiley
Java 2 Enterprise Edition Bible / Edition 1

Java 2 Enterprise Edition Bible / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780764508820
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 04/01/2002
Series: Bible Series , #222
Edition description: Enterprise Edition
Pages: 960
Product dimensions: 7.44(w) x 9.22(h) x 2.03(d)

About the Author

Justin Couch spends most of his time in Australia but travels extensively in the United States and England as a trainer and consultant. He is the author of Java 2 Bible (Hungry Minds) and Java 2 Networking (McGraw-Hill).

Daniel H. Steinberg is from Oberlin, Ohio where he is a Mathematics Professor at Oberlin College. He is coauthor of Java 2 Bible and editor of IBM's developerWorks JavaZone.

Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Part I: Getting Started.

Chapter 1: Defining the Enterprise.

Chapter 2: Introducing Enterprise Applications.

Part II: Delivering Content.

Chapter 3: Creating Dynamic Content with Servlets.

Chapter 4: Using Java Server Pages.

Chapter 5: Sending and Receiving Mail With JavaMail.

Part III: Finding Things with Databases and Searches.

Chapter 6: Interacting with Relational Databases.

Chapter 7: Using JDBC to Interact with SQL Databases.

Chapter 8: Working with Directory Services and LDAP.

Chapter 9: Accessing Directory Services with JNDI.

Part IV: Communicating Between Systems With XML.

Chapter 10: Building an XML Foundation.

Chapter 11: Describing Documents with DTDs and Schemas.

Chapter 12: Parsing Documents with JAXP.

Chapter 13: Interacting with XML Using JDOM.

Chapter 14: Transforming and Binding Your XML Documents.

Part V: Abstracting the System.

Chapter 15: Exploring the RMI Mechanism.

Chapter 16: Introducing Enterprise JavaBeans.

Chapter 17: Using Advanced EJB Techniques.

Chapter 18: Introducing CORBA.

Chapter 19: CORBA Applications in the Enterprise.

Chapter 20: Why Dream of Jini?

Part VI: Building Big Systems.

Chapter 21: Implementing Web Services.

Chapter 22: JMS.

Chapter 23: Managing Transactions with JTA/JTS.

Chapter 24: System Architecture Issues.

Chapter 25: J2EE Design Patterns.

Appendix A: Installing the J2EE Reference Implementation.

Appendix B: J2EE API Version Requirements.

Appendix C: J2EE Vendors and Systems.

Glossary.

Index.

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