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Author Morgenthal, J. P. (Jeffrey P.), 1966-
Title Enterprise application integration with XML and Java / J.P. Morgenthal, with Bill la Forge.
Imprint Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall PTR, 2001.

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Author Morgenthal, J. P. (Jeffrey P.), 1966-
Series The definitive XML series from Charles F. Goldfarb
Definitive XML series from Charles F. Goldfarb.
Subject XML (Document markup language)
Java (Computer program language)
Application software.
Alt Name La Forge, Bill.
Description 1 online resource (xix, 504 pages) : illustrations.
Note Print version record.
Summary Annotation -- Identifying data exchange requirements and meeting them with Java and XML.-- Easy-to-read, well-documented code throughout.-- Awesome leading-edge software and trialware library for XML/Java integration!Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is the discipline of linking disparate applications, platforms, and operating systems to work as one -- and deliver powerful business results seamlessly. Platform-independent Java may be the most powerful EIA tool ever invented, but mechanisms are still needed to exchange data with non-Java applications. XML provides those mechanisms. This is the first complete guide to using Java and XML together to build real-world EIA solutions! First, review the basics of XML and how it can be used to build EAI infrastructure. Identify your requirements for sharing and exchanging data; then build Java applications for parsing and processing XML documents. Learn how to move data between Java and non-Java applications: serializing Java objects into XML; using XML with relational databases; asynchronous messaging with XML; and much more. The CD-ROM contains extensive source code from the book, plus a remarkable library of leading-edge software and trialware, including: Bluestone Visual-XML desktop XML development environment; IBM XML4J Java-based parser; Push-technologies SpiritWAVE2 implementation of the Java Messaging Service; and webMethods BizView realtime XML Query Language interpreter.
Contents Ch. 1. Introduction -- pt. 1. Basics of EAI -- Ch. 2. Building and EAI Infrastructure -- Ch. 3. Methods of Processing XML -- pt. 2. Sharing and Exchanging Data -- Ch. 4. Sharing and Exchanging Data -- Ch. 5. Transforming Java Objects into XML -- Ch. 6. Using XML with Relational Databases -- Ch. 7. XML and Message-Oriented Middleware -- Ch. 8. XML and Directory Services -- pt. 3. Programming Models for EAI -- Ch. 9. The Declarative Programming Model -- Ch. 10. Dynamic Applications -- Ch. 11. Wrapping Up -- App. A. Extensible Markup Language 1.0 -- App. B. Document Object Model (Core) Level 1 -- App. C. SAX Interfaces -- App. D. Java Language Binding.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2011.
System Details Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. http://purl.oclc.org/DLF/benchrepro0212
Note digitized 2011 HathiTrust Digital Library committed to preserve pda
English.
ISBN 0130851353
9780130851352
0130851353
9780130851352
ISBN/ISSN 076092006251
9780130851352
OCLC # 54115357
Additional Format Print version: Morgenthal, J.P. (Jeffrey P.), 1966- Enterprise application integration with XML and Java. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall PTR, 2001 0130851353 (DLC) 99058839 (OCoLC)43521551


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