First, the authors establish a foundation in the HTML and Java chapters. Then, they cover Servlets, Corba, EJB, XML, and SOAP and introduce important development tools. Where appropriate, they provide comparisons and analogies to the Microsoft and Open Source world, and throughout the book, Eberhart and Fisher provide a single running example of an online bookstore which serves to explain all the aspects of a distributed application, showing the step-by-step way in which new functionalities are incorporated and how the appropriate technologies are used to achieve the result. All of the tools are public domain, which makes it possible for the reader to try out everything on a PC at home and a comprehensive web site which contains the examples – 'ready to run'.
This unique book provides an overview of all four technologies required for building e-commerce applications and demonstrates how they combine with each other to best effect.
A single running example (an electronic retail application) demonstrates how the techniques work in practiceCoverage of Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) and Java Server Pages (JSP)Pragmatic and practical approach with very little theoryThe companion Web Site provides all source code used in the bookFind out about integration issues and discover which technology is best suited for your needs
ANDREAS EBERHART is a Research Associate at the International University in Germany. He teaches courses on databases, transaction processing, and distributed application development. Before joining the International University he worked as a software engineer in the industry. STEFAN FISCHER is a professor for distributed systems at the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany. He has authored and co–authored a number of books on application development in networks and distributed systems as well as on network security.
- ISBN 0471486663
- ISBN-13 9780471486664
- Title Java Tools: Using XML, EJB CORBA, Servlets and SOAP
- Author Andreas Eberhart
- Format Paperback
- Year 2002
- Pages 510
- Edition 0003rd
- Publisher John Wiley & Sons
- Dimensions7.4 in. x 1.1 in. x 9.3 in.