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Building J2ee(tm) Applications with the Rational Unified Process (Addison-Wesley Object Technology)by Peter Eeles
Synopses & Reviews
Two of the most significant technological development trends of the past few years have been the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE), a platform specifically geared to the needs of enterprise systems, and the Rational Unified Process (RUP), a comprehensive development methodology.
Building J2EE Applications with the Rational Unified Process is the first book to bring these two key development concepts together. Featuring a non-trivial sample application, the book demonstrates a customized subset of RUP that is relevant and essential to J2EE development. The text guides readers through the entire development process, from initial requirements gathering through system implementation, illuminating real-world intricacies, complications, tradeoffs, and decision making.
The book presents a review of the latest releases of J2EE and RUP, emphasizing the rationale behind their content. A developer roadmap helps readers navigate the development process successfully, and detailed discussions of each aspect of the process reveal practical strategies and techniques.
Also provided is detailed coverage of the key aspects behind any successful software development effort:
Written for anyone working in J2EE or using RUP, this book is an comprehensive guide that reveals how J2EE and the Rational Unified Process come together to produce a powerful, efficient, and effective approach to enterprise application development.
Forewords were prepared by John Crupi, Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems (and coauthor of Core J2EE Patterns, Prentice Hall, 2001), and Philippe Kruchten, Director of RUP Development at Rational Software (and author of The Rational Unified Process, Addison-Wesley, 2000).
Book News Annotation:
Featuring a non-trivial sample application, this book demonstrates a customized subset of the Rational Unified Process (RUP) that is relevant to Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) development. The book guides readers through the entire development process, from initial requirements gathering through system implementation, highlighting real-world complications, trade-offs, and decision making. A developer roadmap helps readers navigate the development process. Eeles is a senior technical consultant in the private sector.
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This book is a Rational Software Corporation-specific book focusing on the development of J2EE applications (version 1.3) within a RUP (Rational Unified Process) environment. As such, the book has a heavy dependency on UML (version 1.4). The authors aim to give the reader a basic understanding of component architectures and associated technologies, and how these component architectures and technologies are applied in the context of systematic development, specifically the Rational Unified Process. The reader will learn a set of proven best practices, guidelines, and standards that apply to systems development. It will reflect the next version of RUP which is scheduled for release during in 2002. This version of RUP will be a considerable departure from the current version.
Helpful technology overview helps reader learn basics of J2EE, RUP, UML, and various critical web technologies. This is must-have information for any Java developer working in an organization that uses the RUP.
About the Author
Peter Eeles works at Rational Software. He is a Senior Technical Consultant in Rational's Strategic Services Organization and assists organizations in their adoption of the Rational Unified Process and the Rational toolset in architecture-centric initiatives. He is coauthor of Building Business Objects (John Wiley & Sons, 1998) and a contributing author to Software Architectures (Springer-Verlag, 1999).
Kelli Houston works at Rational Software. She is a Senior Architecture Consultant developing solution packages for accelerating J2EE and .NET development. She is a contributing author to Component-Based Software Engineering (Addison-Wesley, 2001).
Wojtek Kozaczynski works at Rational Software. He is the Director of Architecture and Application Frameworks. He develops tools and processes for the development of architecture frameworks and reusable software assets. He is also a contributing author to Component-Based Software Engineering (Addison-Wesley, 2001).
Table of Contents
(NOTE: Chapters 2-9 conclude with a Summary.)
Foreword by Philippe Kruchten.
Foreword by John Croupi.
How this Book is Organized.
2. An Introduction to the Java 2(TM) Platform, Enterprise Edition.
Multi-Tier Architectures and the J2EE Platform.
J2EE Platform Overview.
J2EE Technology Overview.
J2EE Deployment Configurations.
J2EE Component Technologies.
JavaServer Pages (JSP).
Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB).
Assembly and Deployment.
3. An Introduction to the Rational Unified Process.
Best Practices — The Foundation of RUP.
RUP Key Concepts.
RUP as a Process Framework.
4. An Introduction to the J2EE Developer Roadmap.
What is a RUP Roadmap?
J2EE Developer Roadmap — Scope and Rationale.
J2EE Developer Roadmap — J2EE-Specific Content.
5. An Introduction to the Sample Application.
Stakeholders and Users.
Stakeholders, Their Concerns and Responsibilities.
Users, Their Concerns and Responsibilities.
Functional Features and Constraints.
Other Requirements and Properties.
Requirements and Iterative Development.
Workflow Detail: Define the System.
Activity: Capture a Common Vocabulary.
Activity: Find Actors and Use Cases.
Activity: Prioritize Use Cases.
Activity: Review the Requirements.
Workflow Detail: Refine the System Definition.
Activity: Detail a Use Case.
Activity: Structure the Use-Case Model.
Activity: Review the Requirements.
Analysis and Iterative Development.
Workflow Detail: Define an Initial Architecture.
Activity: Architectural Analysis.
Activity: Review the Initial Architecture.
Workflow Detail: Analyze Behavior.
Activity: Model the User Experience.
Activity: Review the User Experience.
Activity: Use-Case Analysis.
Activity: Review the Analysis.
Design and Iterative Development.
Workflow Detail: Refine the Architecture.
Activity: Identify Design Mechanisms.
Activity: Identify Design Elements.
Activity: Incorporate Existing Design Elements.
Activity: Describe Distribution and Concurrency.
Activity: Review the Architecture.
Workflow Detail: Detail the Design.
Activity: Use-Case Design.
Activity: Subsystem Design.
Activity: Component Design.
Activity: Class Design.
Activity: Database Design.
Activity: Review the Design.
Implementation and Iterative Development.
Workflow Detail: Structure the Implementation Model.
Activity: Structure the Implementation Model.
Activity: Review the Implementation.
Workflow Detail: Implement Design Elements.
Activity: Implement Design Elements.
Activity: Perform Unit Tests.
Activity: Review the Implementation.
10. Additional Topics.
Configuration and Change Management.
In Conclusion — A Note from the Authors.
Appendix A: Describing a Software Architecture.
What Is Architecture?
Communicating the Architecture of a System.
The Software Architecture Document.
Appendix B: Modeling Conventions.
UML Representation of J2EE Developer.
Design Class Attributes and Operations.
J2EE Developer Roadmap Model Structure Guidelines.
Appendix C — Glossary.
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