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  • I began writing the first edition of this book in May 1996 as Java™ celebrated one of its first major rites of passage, the inaugural JavaOne conference. The conference's underlying theme was Java's transition from an applet language to a hard-core computing environment. In the time since that conference, that promise has become a reality. This book captures a small piece of that reality: Java as a language for enterprise computing.

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  • Web services using XML standards is a new paradigm in the way B2B collaborations are modeled. It provides a conceptual and architectural foundation which can be implemented using a variety of platforms and products. Today, developers can use the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) to build XML-based web services.

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  • Relational databases, the heart of storing and processing data in the enterprise for over 30 years, are no longer the only game in town. The past seven years have seen the birth —and in some cases the death—of many alternative data stores that are being used in mission-critical enterprise applications. These new data stores have been designed specifically to solve data access problems that relational database can’t handle as effectively. An example of a problem that pushes traditional relational databases to the breaking point is scale.

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  • As I write these words, I can’t help but think back to an inflection point that oc- curred in my life almost a year and half ago. I remember sitting in my cubicle at Trilogy Software Inc., an e-commerce company down in Austin, TX, lost in deep middleware thoughts. My challenge was to devise an interesting load-balancing strategy for our in-house application server, which we called the backbone.

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  • XML, XML, XML, XML. You can see it on hats and t-shirts, read about it on the cover of every technical magazine on the planet, and hear it on the radio or the occasional Gregorian chant album. . . . Well, maybe it hasn't gone quite that far yet, but don't be surprised if it does. XML, the Extensible Markup Language, has seemed to take over every aspect of technical life, particularly in the Java™ community. An application is no longer considered an enterprise-level product if XML isn't being used somewhere.

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  • The world has come a long way since Duke first started tumbling in early versions of Netscape Navigator. Java has outgrown its humble origins as a cool way of providing interactivity on Web pages and has found a new role as a major, server-side development platform. The actual Java language has changed little in the intervening years, but an enterprise-quality infrastructure has risen up around it.

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  • GWT in Practice is an example-driven, code-rich book designed for web developers already familiar with the basics of GWT who now want hands-on experience. After a quick review of GWT fundamentals, GWT in Practice presents scores of handy, reusable solutions to the problems you face when you need to move beyond "Hello World" and "proof of concept" applications. This book skips the theory and looks at the way things really work when you're building. I also shows you where GWT fits into the Enterprise Java Developer's toolset.

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  • YOU’RE holding one part of a truly stellar phenomenon in the computing industry: the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition. This book is a key piece of a visionary effort that began more than two years ago with the introduction of the J2EE platform. In that time, the J2EE engineering team has defined a new ecosystem for networked computing and taught the world a new way to develop distributed applications.

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  • Java and XML Learning Java Java Generics and Collections Head First Java Java in a Nutshell Java Power Tools Java Pocket Guide Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 Java Message Service oreilly.com is more than a complete catalog of O’Reilly books. You’ll also find links to news, events, articles, weblogs, sample chapters, and code examples. oreillynet.com is the essential portal for developers interested in open and emerging technologies, including new platforms, programming languages, and operating systems. ...

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  • Good programming is difficult. It is especially arduous for new programmers given the pace of change and the ever-expanding size of the software engineering body of knowledge (www.swebok.org) that they must master. The authors of this book have found that experience and in-depth understanding are key factors in both programmer productivity and reliable software. The bottom line is that experienced programmers don’t stumble around in the dark. They know the lay of the land, they recognize patterns, and they avoid the hazardous areas.

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  • This is a supremely useful book for software developers working on Java and J2EE-based Web-enabled applications, including Web Services. Frank Cohen is the "go-to" guy for enterprises needing to design, build, and test complex information systems. The author helps you go beyond learning the language to understand how design choices impact scalability, functionality, and performance. Your application might run perfectly in the lab, but it crashes in production. Or, you might already know Java, but you don't understand why your application runs so slowly.

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  • Integration is currently a hot topic. We live in an increasingly asynchronous world in which we need to interact with a bewildering range of systems, so our software applications need to support a variety of conversation patterns with disparate collaborators. Software that helps developers tackle this complexity is crucial. In the 2000s, Struts, Spring, and Hibernate replaced in-house web MVC, configuration, and persistence code with superior, battle-tested, and well-documented open source code.

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  • Geared toward experienced developers, this reference demonstrates how Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE), and XML technologies can be used together to create more robust distributed applications and software systems. The use of XML technology to extend and enhance the capabilities of the J2EE platform is covered in detail. Discussed are J2EE and XML integration at each layer of an n-tier distributed application model. Design patterns, tradeoffs, and decision criteria are provided in terms of individual XML and J2EE technology combinations....

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  • If you want to build better Java enterprise applications and work more efficiently, look no further. Inside, you will find an accessible guide to the nuances of Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) development. Learn how to:

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  • Java Platform, Enterprise Edition is a widely used platform for enterprise server programming in the Java programming language. This book covers exciting recipes on securing, tuning, and extending Enterprise Applications using a Java EE 6 implementation. The book starts with the essential changes in Java EE 6. Then we will dive into the implementation of some of the new features of the JPA 2.0 specification, and look at implementing auditing for relational data stores.

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  • Includes more than 30 percent revised material and five new chapters, covering the new 2.1 features such as EJB Timer Service and JMS as well as the latest open source Java solutions The book was developed as part of TheServerSide.com online EJB community, ensuring a built-in audience Demonstrates how to build an EJB system, program with EJB, adopt best practices, and harness advanced EJB concepts and techniques, including transactions, persistence, clustering, integration, and performance optimization...

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  • Java developers typically go through four "stages" in mastering Java. In the first stage, they learn the language itself. In the second stage, they study the APIs. In the third stage, they become proficient in the environment. It is in the fourth stage --"the expert stage"-- where things really get interesting, and Java Enterprise Best Practices is the tangible compendium of experience that developers need to breeze through this fourth and final stage of Enterprise Java mastery.

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  • Java Web Services shows you how to use SOAP to perform remote method calls and message passing; how to use WSDL to describe the interface to a web service or understand the interface of someone else's service; and how to use UDDI to advertise (publish) and look up services in each local or global registry. Java Web Services also discusses security issues, interoperability issues, integration with other Java enterprise technologies like EJB; the work being done on the JAXM and JAX-RPC packages, and integration with Microsoft's .NET services....

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  • Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is a managed, server-side component architecture for modular construction of enterprise applications. The EJB specification is one of several Java APIs in the Java EE specification. EJB is a server-side model that encapsulates the business logic of an application.The EJB specification intends to provide a standard way to implement the back-end 'business' code typically found in enterprise applications (as opposed to 'front-end' interface code).

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  • Portal development projects have become the centerpiece of IT acquisition and development strategy for many organizations. Enterprise integration and Web application developers predictably groan when they hear the word “portal”—nightmares of proprietary APIs, oversold features, and shoddy tool integrations. The authors of this book have been involved in over a dozen production portal efforts over the last several years. In that time, we have dealt with numerous products and frameworks, including some in-house frameworks based on servlets and JSPs.

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