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Author Cattell, R. G. G. (Roderic Geoffrey Galton)
Title J2EE technology in practice : building business applications with the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise edition / Rick Cattell, Jim Inscore.
Imprint Boston : Addison-Wesley, 2001.

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Author Cattell, R. G. G. (Roderic Geoffrey Galton)
Series The Java series.
Java series. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n96032749
Subject Java (Computer program language)
Business -- Data processing.
Alt Name Inscore, Jim.
Description 1 online resource (xvii, 309 pages) : illustrations.
Note Includes index.
Summary Now, there's a realistic, no-holds-barred casebook of today's most important, mission-critical J2EE enterprise projects. Discover what works -- and what doesn't -- as you join trailblazers from the industry's leading Java development organizations, from Oracle to IBM. Rick Cattell and Jim Inscore -- two of Sun's Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) heavyweights -- cover every key aspect of J2EE development, throughout the entire project lifecycle, from requirements and architecture through coding, deployment, maintenance, and updates. You'll find the viewpoints and experiences of J2EE experts from Allaire, ATG, Bluestone, Forte, Gemstone, Inprise, iPlanet, Merant, SEcant, Silverstream, SMC/Java Center, Sybase, and other leaders. The book contains solutions-focused coverage of every J2EE and related technology, including JSP, servlets, EJB, JDBC, JNDI, security, RMI, Internet support, and XML. It introduces best practices for maximizing scalability, developer productivity, interoperability with existing information systems, even avoiding vendor lock-in. For every IT decision-maker and J2EE developer concerned with the realities of J2EE development.
Contents 1. A Multi-Vendor Standard for Distributed Enterprise Applications -- 2. Overview of the J2EE Technology and Architecture -- 3. J. Crew Rebuilds its Web Presence with the ATG Dynamo Suite -- 4. HomeSide Deploys Electronic Lending on BEA's WebLogic J2EE Server -- 5. AT & T Unisource: Cost-Optimized Routing Environment on the Borland AppServer -- 6. Codexa: Building a Big Bang Architecture with Brokat's GemStore J2EE Server -- 7. Java Technology Builds eTapestry.com ASP for Charities with Forte Tools -- 8. HP Bluestone's Total-e-Server at Altura International: Deploying J2EE for Performance and Scalability -- 9. Honeywell and Bekins Succeed with IBM -- 10. International Data Post Brings Snail Mail to the Internet Age with iPlanet -- 11. CERN Simplifies Document Handling Using the Oracle Application Server -- 12. USMTMC Overhauls Small Package Shipping with SunPS.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0201746220
9780201746228
0201746220
9780201746228
ISBN/ISSN 785342746228
9780201746228
OCLC # 54115638
Additional Format Print version: Cattell, R.G.G. (Roderic Geoffrey Galton). J2EE technology in practice. Boston : Addison-Wesley, 2001 0201746220 (DLC) 2001022848 (OCoLC)46812074.


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