ISBN 9788181284020,Beginning Java Ee 5 From Novice To Professional

Beginning Java Ee 5 From Novice To Professional



Dreamtech Press

Publication Year 2006

ISBN 9788181284020

ISBN-10 818128402X


Number of Pages 644 Pages
Language (English)

Computer Books

This book presents an overview of how all the Java EE pieces work together and complement each other. It further shows showing you how to code a JavaServer Pages (JSP) web page or an Enterprise JavaBean (EJB), though: it explains when and where to use these APIs, what their strengths and weakness are and the best practices for using them. The focus of this book is on practical aspects of getting started with developing distributed software for Java Platform, Enterprise edition (Java EE). About The Author Jim Crume is a Java architect at Fusion Alliance, an Indianapolis, Indiana-based consulting company that specializes in web application development. Jim has spent many years as a consultant, and specializes in architecting and developing web-based systems, but he particularly enjoys Java. Kevin Mukhar is a software developer in Colorado Springs, Colorado. For the past 7 years, he has worked on various software systems using different Java Enterprise technologies. He has coauthored several other books, including Beginning Java Databases, and The Ultimate Palm Robot. In addition to developing software during the day, he is working on a master's degree in computer science. Learn more about him on his web page. James L. Weaver is the chief scientist at Learning Assistant Technologies, a company that specializes in developing learner-centric tools. He is also the president of JMentor, a Java mentoring, training, and consulting practice. Table Of Contents Chapter 1: Java EE Essentials Chapter 2: Getting Started Chapter 3: JavaServer Pages Chapter 4: Advanced JSP Topics Chapter 5: JavaServer Faces Chapter 6: Servlets Chapter 7: Working with databases Chapter 8: Advanced Topics in JDBC Chapter 9: EJB Fundamentals and Session Beans Chapter 10: EJB Entity Beans Chapter 11: EJB Relationships, EJB QL and JDBC Chapter 12: Design Patterns and EJB Chapter 13: Message-Driven Beans Chapter 14: Web Services and JAX-WS