Java for the Web with Servlets, JSP, and EJB: A Developer's Guide to J2EE Solutions: A Developer's Guide to Scalable Solutions

Java for the Web with Servlets, JSP, and EJB: A Developer's Guide to J2EE Solutions: A Developer's Guide to Scalable Solutions

by Budi Kurniawan
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Java for the Web with Servlets, JSP, and EJB: A Developer's Guide to J2EE Solutions: A Developer's Guide to Scalable Solutions by Budi Kurniawan

Java for Web with Servlets, JSP and EJB is the one book you need to master Java web programming. It covers all the technologies needed to program web applications in Java using Servlets 2.3, JSP 1.2, EJB 2.0 and client-side programming with JavaScript. These technologies are explained in the context of real-world projects, such as an e-commerce application, a document management program, file upload and programmable file download, and an XML-based online book project.

In addition to excellent content, this book includes licenses to two Java web components from You receive a full license of the Programmable File Download component for commercial and non-commercial deployment. You are also granted to a license to deploy the author's popular File Upload bean for non-commercial use, which has been licensed by the Fortune 500 company Commerce One and purchased by major corporations such as Saudi Business Machine, Ltd. and Baxter Healthcare Corporation.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780735711952
Publisher: Sams
Publication date: 04/26/2002
Series: Landmark Series
Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
Pages: 992
Product dimensions: 6.92(w) x 8.89(h) x 1.89(d)

About the Author

Budi Kurniawan is an IT consultant specializing in Internet and object-oriented programming and has taught both Java and Microsoft technologies. He is the author of the most popular Java Upload bean from, which is licensed by Commerce One (NASDAQ: CMRC) and purchased by major corporations, such as Saudi Business Machine Ltd (, Baxter Healthcare Corporation (, and others. Budi has a Masters of Research degree in Electrical Engineering from Sydney University, Australia. His research topic was on digital image processing. Budi has written a number of computer books, as well as published articles for more than 10 publicationsÑincluding prestigious Java magazines, such as Java-Pro, JavaWorld, JavaReport, and OÕReillyÕs Budi is now the weekly contributor for the Servlets/JSP section of Java Insight and can be contacted at

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Java for the Web with Servlets, JSP, and EJB: A Developer's Guide to J2EE Solutions: A Developer's Guide to Scalable Solutions 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
java for the web with servlets jsp and ejb by Budi Kurniawan is a best book for beginner and also for a professional devoloper ,it makes us to think how to write better codes efficiently
Guest More than 1 year ago
Yes, there is a tremendous amount of information here, but there are so many important details missing. Java is not my strength, and I learn best by looking at examples. Too bad that NONE of the examples for EJB's have worked without a lot of work. Once they compile, they rarely work correctly. Is it the author's fault or the tech editor? Did the errors get fixed in a later printing? I don't know, but I'm about to throw it out the window.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Very Good book for any person who want to work on J2EE application. Its only book for newly comers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've scanned multiple books on this topic and this is the one I'm keeping to study. It's a complete treatment of the whole webapp area - servlets, JSP, JDBC, sessions, beans (both Java and EJB (with container doc)), and JavaScript, plus wonderfully readable prose that tells you when and why to use each of these technologies and a CD of software to get you started trying it out in a simple, usable environment. It's uncanny how the author knows exactly when to show complete listings of a module and when to describe small segments in detail. After you're done staring at the J2EE multi-tier diagram, get this book to really understand how to put your application together.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Java For the Web with Servlets, JSP, and XML is a helpful book for intermediate to advanced level Java Programmers in the area of Servlets/JSPs and Web Development. All the servlets topics as Session Management, Database Access, Servlet Filtering, Object Trees are covered well, though I did notice that the book does not provide any comparisons between CGI and Servlets, which is generally what every other servlet book starts with. The JSP topics were very helpful. A couple of areas on which I was hoping to get more information were ¿ JSP Filters and how to achieve programmatic security. The EJB section was very helpful though I was hoping that the author would dwell more on J2EE patterns. The appendices and the examples are good and the book definitely delivers its point as far as Web application development and deployment is concerned.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have to say that this is the most solid, thorough reference on the subject that I have seen. The reading is easy and as a previous writer mentioned, the examples are plentiful. More importantly, each topic is explained in PLAIN English. Coming from the ASP/VB/COM world, this is as good a starting point as any. I highly recommend it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a J2EE instructor and I love this book. It is written exactly as a top notch instructor teaches. Each point is carefully and patiently explained without 'leaps of faith' or understanding that other authors make. When you read this book, it will be like sitting for a well structured course.
Guest More than 1 year ago
JAVA FOR THE WEB With Servlets, JSP and EJB Budi Kurniawan PUBLISHER: New Riders REVIEWED BY: Barbara Rhoades BOOK REVIEW: Servlets, JSP and EJB ¿ know what these mean? If not, check out Chapter One for a definition of servlets and JSP and Chapter 28 for EJB¿s definition. This book is definitely written for a programmer of web sites rather than a WYSIWUG user. It contains lots of already written code and does provide definitions of terms all through the book. The CD contains some of the files so you can work through what is being discussed. 33 Chapters and 7 appendices give one more material than can be read and understood in one sitting. If you want to learn more about Java and how to program with it, add this book to your library.