JAVA SERVER PROGRAMMING (Broché)

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  • Paru le : 01/10/1999
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This book is about programming n-tier applications for the Java platform. Separation of presentation, business logic and data sources is standard in applications these days, and Java provides excellent support both for programming each layer and for communicating between them. This book is also about programming web applications, in which the presentation layer outputs HTML that it bas generated dynamically using servlets or JavaServer Pages ISP). The business layer can be servlet-based, bean-based, (for a JSP application) or it can use Enterprise JavaBeans. Finally, the data layer needs to serve all manner of data types. And that's where the Java platform scores again. Not only are the Java class libraries comprehensive, and developed with industry-wide input, they are also platform independent. With Java, you can join together the disparate pieces of your business - data, applications and platforms - to form a coherent whole. Who is this book for ? This book is aimed at developers who are familiar with the Java programming language and have some experience of web technologies. Whether you're coding from scratch, creating web components or adding a web front end to an existing application, there's something here for you. Tutorial in Servlets 2.1 SDK and JSP 1.0, showing how Java works with the Web How Java deals with data - be it relational, directory, XML, mail or web. How all those Java 2 Enterprise Edition APIs fit together. Case studies in n-tier design and CORBA integration, handling XML data, indexing and searching, working with Jini and JavaSpaces and directory services. How to set up Apache and JServ
    • Web application Development
    • Introduction to Servlets
    • Error Handling and event Logging
    • Sessions and Session Tracking
    • Using the Servlet context
    • Dynamic Content Generation
    • Introducing JavaServer Pages
    • Connecting to Databases
    • Connecting Pools
    • Servlet Chaining
    • Servlet Communications
    • Distributed Computing with Servlets
    • JavaMail and Servlets
    • Introducing XML
    • Weeds of El Limon 2
    • Bug Tracker Case Study
    • Bug Tracker Case Study : elaboration, construction and transition
    • Moving from CGI to Servlets
    • Internationalizing Web Sites
    • Smart Servlets
    • Server Programming with JNDI
    • Using LDAP and Java
    • Enterprise JavaBeans
    • Indexing and Searching
    • Jini and JavaSpaces : Servers on the Future
    • Working with JavaSpaces
    • Coding a Jini-based Website
  • Date de parution : 01/10/1999
  • Editeur : Wrox Press
  • Collection : programmer to programmer
  • ISBN : 1-86100-277-7
  • EAN : 9781861002778
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 1125 pages
  • Poids : 1.695 Kg
  • Dimensions : 18,0 cm × 23,5 cm × 5,0 cm

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