The Complete Reference J2EE

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Book Summary of J2EE: The Complete Reference

Get comprehensive coverage of J2EE in this all-inclusive resource. Organized by component type, this is the most complete guide on the market and addresses J2EE’s massive collection of APIs. Fully up-to-date and ontaining J2EE best practices — plus coverage of Java databases, Java interconnectivity, and Web services, this is ideal for every developer working with J2EE.

About the Author
James Keogh is on the faculty of Columbia University teaching courses in its technology certification program.

Table of Contents
Part I: J2EE Basics 1: Java 2 Enterprise Edition Overview 2: J2EE Multi-Tier Architecture 3: J2EE Best Practices 4: J2EE Design Patterns and Frameworks Part II: J2EE Databases 5: J2EE Database Concepts 6: JDBC Objects 7: JDBC and Embedded SQL Part III: J2EE Foundation 8: HTML, XML, and XHTML 9: Java and XML 10: Java servlets 11: Java ServerPages 12: Enterprise JavaBeans Part IV: J2EE Interconnectivity 13: JavaMail API 14: Java Interface Definition Language and CORBA 15: Java Remote Method Invocation 16: Java Message Service 17: Security 18: Java Naming and Directory Interface API Part V: Web Services 19: SOAP 20: Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) 21: Electronic Business XML 22: The Java API for XML Registries (JAXR) 23: Web Services Description Language (WSDL) Part VI: Appendixes A: HTTP References B: Cookie References C: Enterprise JavaBeans References D: JavaMail References E: Java Interface Definition Language and CORBA F: Java Remote Method Invocation G: Java Message Service H: Java Security I: Java Naming and Directory Interface J: Simple Object Access Protocol K: Universal, Description, Discovery, Integration L: Electronic Business XML M: The Java API for XML Registries

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