Designing Enterprise Applications with J2EE

Designing Enterprise Applications with J2EE

An introduction to the J2EE platform, the applications it supports, and the technologies it provides. Discussions on how to design Web-based applications using Java servlet and JavaServer Pages technologies. Sun’s own J2EE architects and enterprise development consultants have written the definitive guide to developing complete enterprise solutions with Java 2 Enterprise Edition, Version 1.3.


This new edition fully reflects Sun’s latest Version 1.3 technologies and enhancements, and covers every component of a complete enterprise solution: client-side, middleware, and back-end. The authors begin by introducing the J2EE Version 1.3 platform, reviewing several scenarios for using it to build Internet and intranet applications, and offering detailed introductions to each key J2EE technology. Using both code snippets and a complete, start-to-finish case study, they walk through the construction of Web-based clients based on Java Servlets and Java ServerPages (JSP), middle-tier solutions utilizing Enterprise JavaBeans, and backend connections based on JDBC technology. Coverage also includes: packaging and deploying J2EE applications; automatic and programmatic techniques for managing transactions; and leveraging J2EE’s robust security features. For all software developers, architects, and IT managers working with Java 2 Enterprise Edition or providing J2EE-based products.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • J2EE Platform Technologies
  • The Client Tier
  • The Web Tier
  • The Enterprise JavaBeans Tier
  • Integrating with the Enterprise Information Systems Tier
  • Packaging and Deployment
  • Transaction Management
  • Security
  • J2EE Internationalization and Localization
  • Architecture of the Sample Application

Book Details

Author(s): Inderjeet Singh, Beth Stearns, Mark Johnson and the Enterprise Team.
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Format(s): PDF, HTML
File size: 5.20 MB
Number of pages: 440
Link: Download or read online.

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