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What are the key decisions and tradeoffs you face as you design and develop enterprise applications? How do you build the back end so that it not only handles your current needs but is flexible enough to allow your system to evolve as your needs expand? Answer these questions and many more with Building Java Enterprise Applications, an advanced 3-volume guide to building complex Java Enterprise Applications from the ground up that addresses design issues along the way. These practical books take a step back from detailed examination of the APIs and focus on the entire picture, so you can put the pieces together and build something that works!

Volume 1: Architecture explores the infrastructure issues so important to good application design. It isn't just a book about doing things with Entity Beans, JDBC and JMS and JNDI. It takes you step by step through building the back end, designing the data store so that it gives you convenient access to the data your application needs; designing a directory; figuring out how to handle security and where to store security credentials you need; and so on. On top of this, it shows — as easily as possible --how to build the entity bean layer that makes information available to the rest of the application.

Throughout this 3-volume guide, author Brett McLaughlin uses his wealth of real-world experience with enterprise development to show you one step at a time how to design and build a comprehensive enterprise application from the ground up, starting (in this first volume) with the back end. Volume II will discuss architectures for web application, and volume III will venture into the still-uncharted territory of building web services. Each bookstands on it's own as a complete and valuable reference.

Synopsis:

This is the advanced, complete and practical guide to building complex Java Enterprise Applications from the ground up, and learning design issues along the way. Beyond showing how to write the code, the book covers what happens when it's time to deploy it on various servers.

Synopsis:

What are the key decisions and tradeoffs you face as you design and develop enterprise applications? How do you build the back end so that it not only handles your current needs but is flexible enough to allow your system to evolve as your needs expand? Answer these questions and many more with Building Java Enterprise Applications, an advanced guide to building complex Java Enterprise Applications from the ground up that addresses design issues along the way. These practical books take a step back from detailed examination of the APIs and focus on the entire picture, so you can put the pieces together and build something that works!This book explores the infrastructure issues so important to good application design. It isn't just a book about doing things with Entity Beans, JDBC and JMS and JNDI. It takes you step by step through building the back end, designing the data store so that it gives you convenient access to the data your application needs; designing a directory; figuring out how to handle security and where to store security credentials you need; and so on. On top of this, it shows — as easily as possible --how to build the entity bean layer that makes information available to the rest of the application.Throughout this guide, author Brett McLaughlin uses his wealth of real-world experience with enterprise development to show you one step at a time how to design and build a comprehensive enterprise application from the ground up, starting with the back end.

About the Author

McLaughlin has been working in computers since the Logo days. He currently specializes in building application infrastructure using Java and Java-related technologies.

Table of Contents

PrefaceChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: BlueprintsChapter 3: FoundationChapter 4: Entity BasicsChapter 5: Advanced EntitiesChapter 6: ManagersChapter 7: Completing the Data LayerChapter 8: Business LogicChapter 9: Messaging and PackagingChapter 10: Beyond ArchitectureSQL ScriptsSQL DeploymentDirectory Server SetupApplication Server SetupSupplemental Code ListingsColophon

Product Details

ISBN:
9780596001230
Author:
McLaughlin, Brett
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media
Author:
McLaughlin, Brett
Location:
Beijing
Subject:
Programming Languages - General
Subject:
Programming - General
Subject:
Java (Computer program language)
Subject:
Programming Languages - Java
Subject:
Database design
Subject:
Web servers
Subject:
Java
Subject:
Computer Languages-Java
Subject:
EJB;J2EE;JDBC;JNDI;LDAP;architecture;database design;infrastructure;java
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Edition Description:
1445453
Series Volume:
11
Publication Date:
20020331
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
320
Dimensions:
9.19 x 7 x 0.8 in 1.13 lb

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"Synopsis" by , What are the key decisions and tradeoffs you face as you design and develop enterprise applications? How do you build the back end so that it not only handles your current needs but is flexible enough to allow your system to evolve as your needs expand? Answer these questions and many more with Building Java Enterprise Applications, an advanced guide to building complex Java Enterprise Applications from the ground up that addresses design issues along the way. These practical books take a step back from detailed examination of the APIs and focus on the entire picture, so you can put the pieces together and build something that works!This book explores the infrastructure issues so important to good application design. It isn't just a book about doing things with Entity Beans, JDBC and JMS and JNDI. It takes you step by step through building the back end, designing the data store so that it gives you convenient access to the data your application needs; designing a directory; figuring out how to handle security and where to store security credentials you need; and so on. On top of this, it shows — as easily as possible --how to build the entity bean layer that makes information available to the rest of the application.Throughout this guide, author Brett McLaughlin uses his wealth of real-world experience with enterprise development to show you one step at a time how to design and build a comprehensive enterprise application from the ground up, starting with the back end.
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