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Sun certified web component developer study guide: exam 310-081

Call number: 006.76 B851

Author: David Bridgewater

Publisher: New York: McGraw-Hill/Oborne, 2005. – xiv, 818 p. ; 23 cm. + 1 CD-ROM.

ISBN: 0072258810 / 9780072258813

Library code: FSE ( 05)

Call number: 006.76 B851

An integrated study system based on proven instructional methodology, this book and CD package shows you not only what–but how–to study for the SCWCD exam. The book offers complete coverage of all official exam objectives, 190+ practice exam questions, step-by-step exercises, on-the-job elements, and chapter self-tests. The CD-ROM contains MasterExam software with a complete 69-question exam, a searchable electronic book, 45+ complete web applications with source, and access to a downloadable bonus exam (with free online registration).

 

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Reference books

Advanced java

Author: Aptech computer education

Publisher: H.: Đại học FPT, 2003. – 219 p. ; 26 cm

Library code: FSE (16)

Introduction to JAVA programming: Comprehensive Version. – 7th ed.

Call number: 005.2762 L613

Author: Liang, Y. Daniel

Publisher:  Us: Pearson Education International, 2009. – 1327 p.: ill. ; 26 cm

ISBN: 013605966-X, 9780136059660

Library code: FSE (04)

Call number: 005.2762 L613

           Introduction to Java Programming, Comprehensive, 8e, features comprehensive coverage ideal for a one-, two-, or three-semester CS1 course sequence. Regardless of major, students will be able to grasp concepts of problem-solving and programming — thanks to Liang’s fundamentals-first approach, students learn critical problem solving skills and core constructs before object-oriented programming. Liang’s approach has been extended to application-rich programming examples, which go beyond the traditional math-based problems found in most texts. Students are introduced to topics like control statements, methods, and arrays before learning to create classes. Later chapters introduce advanced topics including graphical user interface, exception handling, I/O, and data structures. Small, simple examples demonstrate concepts and techniques while longer examples are presented in case studies with overall discussions and thorough line-by-line explanations. Increased data structures chapters make the Eighth Edition ideal for a full course on data structures.

Java: how to program, 6ed.

Call number: 005.133 D325

Author: H.M. Deitel, P.J. Deitel

Publisher:  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Deitel: Pearson/Prentice Hall, c2005. – 1576 tr. ; 23cm + with CD

ISBN: 9780131290143, 0-13-129014-2

Library code: FSE (01)

Call number: 005.133 D325

            For courses in Java, Introduction to Programming and Java, Intermediate/Advanced Programming. The Deitels’ groundbreaking How to Program series offers unparalleled breadth and depth of programming concepts and intermediate-level topics for further study. The texts in the series feature hundreds of complete, working programs with thousands of lines of code-more than any other texts of their kind. Now, the world’s best-selling Java textbook is again completely up-to- date with The Java 2 Platform Standard Edition (J2SE) 5.0.

Effective Java Programming Language Guide

Call number: 005.133 B620

Author: Bloch, Joshua .

Publisher:  us: Pearson Education International, 2007. – 252tr. ; 23cm

ISBN: 0201310058

Library code: FSE (01)

Call number: 005.133 B620

Effective Java Programming Language Guide distills the hard-won wisdom of today’s best Java programmers into 50 techniques for designing and constructing more robust, high-performance software. Josh Bloch, one of Sun’s most widely respected Java developers, focuses on the practical problems virtually every Java developer encounters, offering specific solutions and top-notch code examples. Josh Bloch identifies 50 practices that lead directly to better code — including better alternatives for common practices that have proven undesirable in real-world development. The techniques are specific, thoroughly explained, and supported by top-notch code examples. Among the highlights: why developers should avoid finalizers; when to use delegation instead of inheritance; and how to make the most of Java’s powerful typesafe enum pattern. Nearly all 50 practices relate to the “core” of the Java platform — the language itself — making the book relevant to every Java developer.

SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 5 Study Guide

Call number: 005.133 S572

Author: Sierra, Kathy

Publisher:  us: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2006. – 825tr. ; 23cm + 1 CD

ISBN: 0072253606

Library code: FSE (01)

Call number: 005.133  S572

            Get the book that shows you not only what to study, but how to study. This is the only classroom-based integrated study system for professional certification that gives you complete coverage of all objectives for the Sun Certified Programmer and Developer for Java exam, hundreds of practice exam questions, and hands-on exercises. The CD-ROM features full practice exam software with interactive tutorials and lab simulations, plus an adaptive test engine.

Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans. 3rd ed.

Call number: 005.13/3 R758

Authors:   Ed Roman, Rima Patel Sriganesh, Gerald Bros

Authors:  Indianapolis, IN: Wiley Pub., 2005. – xxiv, 815 p.: ill. ; 24 cm

ISBN: 0764576828

Library code: FSE (02)

Call number: 005.13/3 R758

Includes more than 30 percent revised material and five new chapters, covering the new 2.1 features such as EJB Timer Service and JMS as well as the latest open source Java solutions The book was developed as part of TheServerSide.com online EJB community, ensuring a built-in audience Demonstrates how to build an EJB system, program with EJB, adopt best practices, and harness advanced EJB concepts and techniques, including transactions, persistence, clustering, integration, and performance optimization Offers practical guidance on when not to use EJB and how to use simpler, less costly open source technologies in place of or in conjunction with EJB

Lập trình ứng dụng Web với JSP/Servlet

Authors:  Nguyễn Phương Lan, Hoàng Đức Hải

Publisher:  H.: Lao động Xã hội, 2003. – 618tr. ; 24cm + kèm CD.

Library code: FSE (01)

Call number: 005.5 L243

Mã Hóa Thông Tin Với Java. T.1, Java Căn Bản

Authors: Bùi Doãn Khanh, Nguyễn Đình Thúc .

Publisher:  H.: Lao Động – Xã Hội, 2008. – 156tr. ; 24cm.

Library code: FSE (02)

Call number: 005.13 K454

Tập 1 trình bày về ngôn ngữ Java, trình bày những kỹ thuật cơ bản của Java để bạn có thể nắm bắt phần cốt lõi của ngôn ngữ và vận dụng nó trong việc cài đặt các hệ thống mã hóa thông tin sẽ trình bày trong tập 2. Những vấn đề được đề cập trong tập 1 là các kiến thức cơ sở cần thiết cho người bắt đầu lập trình với ngôn ngữ Java.

Introduction to Java programming: comprehensive version . – 5th ed.

Call number: 005.133 L693

Author: Y. Daniel Liang

Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005. – xxii, 1162, [32] p.: ill. ; 26 cm.

ISBN: 0131857215 & 9780131857216

Library code:   FAT1 ( 01)

Call number: 005.133 L693

For courses in Java-Introduction to Programming and Object-Oriented Programming. The Fifth Edition of this outstanding text is revised in every detail to enhance clarity, content, presentation, examples, and exercises. Now expanded to include more extensive coverage of advanced Java topics, this new edition is available two ways. Choose the Comprehensive edition (chapters 1-29) that includes the new advanced material or choose the Custom Core version (chapters 1-16) that covers material through exception handling and IO. The early chapters outline the conceptual basis for understanding Java and guide students through simple examples and exercises. Subsequent chapters progressively present Java programming in detail, including using objects for design, culminating with the development of comprehensive Java applications.

 

Xây dựng ứng dụng web với JSP, servlet, JavaBeans

Authors:  Phạm Hữu Khang, Hoàng Đức Hải

Publisher:   H.: Giáo dục, 2001. – 338 tr. ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM.       SL:

Library code:   FAT1 ( 03)

Library code:   FAT2 ( 06)

Call number: 005.5 K454

            Giáo trình Xây dựng ứng dụng Web với JSP, Servlet, JavaBeans này sẽ hướng dẫn và cung cấp các giải pháp tối ưu để giúp bạn bằng JSP, xây dựng và phát triển một ứng dụng web cho mục đích thương mại.

Giáo trình này được chia làm 4 phần chính, bao trùm từ trình chủ web, cơ sở dữ liệu SQL server 7.0, JavaBeans, Java Servlet, JSP và các đối tượng tự tạo. Ứng dụng mà các bạn xây dựng sẽ rất cụ thể, với mảng phân biệt là nhà tuyển dụng (employer) và người xin việc (job seeker).

Cùng với những ví dụ thực tiễn của ứng dụng http://www.jobvn.com.vn được ghi lại trong dĩa CD đính kèm theo sách sẽ diễn giải một cách chi tiết từng phát biểu JSP, Java Beans, Servlet và cách sử dụng ngôn ngữ SQL để truy vấn hệ quản trị dữ liệu SQL Server 7.0.

Bảo mật lập trình mạng trong Java 2: Java bảo mật với Applet, JSP, Servlet và máy ảo JVM

Publisher:  Tp. Hồ Chí Minh: Thống kê, 2005. – 684 Tr. ; 24 Cm.

Library code:   FAT1 ( 03)

Library code:  FAT2 ( 02)

            Trình bày tổng quan về ngôn ngữ lập trình Java, Java 2 và vấn đề bảo mật. Tìm hiểu các công cụ bảo mật của Java và một số mã nguồn như: Applet, JSP, mã bytecode, servlet và máy ảo JVM, bảo mật trong trình nạp lớp, chữ ký điện tử và các phương pháp mã hoá.

Developing Java servlets. – 2nd ed.

Call number: 005.2 G656

Authors:  James Goodwill

Publisher:  Indianapolis, Ind.: SAMS, 2001. – xv, 599 p.: ill. ; 23 cm.

ISBN: 0672321076

Library code:  FAT1 ( 02)

Call number: 005.2 G656

            Developing Java Servlets, Second Edition, is a comprehensive, code-intensive book for professional Java developers. It explains the Java Servlet API architecture and client/server development concepts and contains detailed, professional programming techniques for building sophisticated e-commerce and database servlet applications. New topics covered in the updated edition are:JavaMailServlets with XML, JSP, and EJBPluggable web applicationsWireless servlets with WML/WMLScripts.

Instant Java servlets

Call number: 005.2/762 H243

Author:   Phil Hanna

Publisher: New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000. – xi, 820 p.: ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.).

ISBN: 0072124253, 9780072124255

Library code:  FAT1 ( 03)

Call number: 005.2/762 H243

            The Ultimate Collection of Working Solutions and Expert Techniques for Java Developers and Programmers Build powerful server-side Java applications, servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP) with this solution-packed cookbook of illustrated techniques. Filled with hundreds of working examples, this unique and easy to use resource covers topics from database access and dynamic web page creation to legacy systems and e-commerce. Key topics covered include servlet-generated HTML, cookies and session management, threading, JSP, Enterprise JavaBeans, XML, and more. And, the bonus CD-ROM contains all the books’ source code, which will save you hundreds of hours of programming time. Instructive, innovative, and invaluable, this is a perfect addition to every working programmer’s bookshelf.

Professional Java server programming . Vol. 1

Call number: 005.133 P964

Authors:  Subrahmanyam Allamaraju…[et al.]

Publisher: Us.: Wrox, 2000. – 860 p.: ill, 25 cm.

ISBN: 8173663009, 9788173663000

Library code:  FAT1 ( 02)

Call number: 005.133 P964

Professional Java server programming . Vol. 2

Authors:  Subrahmanyam Allamaraju…[et al.]

Publisher:   Us.: Wrox, 2000. – 860 p.: ill, 25 cm

ISBN: 8173663009, 9788173663000

Library code:  FAT1 ( 03)

Call number: 005.133 P964

Java server programming for professionals

Call number: 005.133 J415

Authors:  Ivan Bayross,…[et al.]

Publisher:  Mumbai: Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2007. – xxvi, 1316 p.: ill. ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM.

ISBN: 9788184045598

Library code:  FAT1 (04)

Call number: 005.133 J415

The book has been written to provide genuine domain knowledge to programmers who wish to learn Java server-side, web-based application development, using Java EE. Learning web development is done through a set of examples and hands on exercises. We hope to encourage you to strongly reinforce your skills by developing of a Personnel Management System.

Tự học thiết kế web với ASP, XML, Java

Authors:  Thanh Hải, Đức Tùng sưu tầm, biên soạn

Publisher:  H.: Văn hóa – Thông tin, 2007. – 311 tr. ; 21 cm.

Library code:  FAT2 ( 05)

Call number: 005.13 T883

ASP.net giúp ta phát triển và triển khai các ứng dụng về mạng trong một thời gian kỷ lục vì nó cung cấp cho ta một kiểu mẫ lập trình dễ dàng và gọn gàn nhất. Ngoài ra còn bãnh hơn nữa, các trang ASP.Ne làm việc với mọi browsers hiện nay như Internet Explore, Netscape, Opera, AOL,… mà không cần phải đổi tới đổi lui các nguồn mã rất vất vả như trước.

XML là ngôn ngữ xây dựng cấu trúc tài liệu văn bản, dựa theo chuẩn SGML. SGML được phát triển cho việc định cấu trúc và nội dung tài liệu điện tử, do tổ chức ISO chuẩn hoá năm 1986.

Java là ngôn ngữ lập trình mới do một nhóm nhỏ các nhà khoa học của hãng Sun Microsystems sáng tạo nên. Theo như truyền thuyết của những người tạo ra ngôn ngữ này, thoạt tiên Java được gọi là Oak và người ta định dùng nó để lập trình cho bộ TV. Tất cả các khả năng hiện tại cũng như những lời đao to búa lớn chỉ mới có sau này. Từ nền tảng Oak lúc đó, hãng Sun đã phát triển cả một chi nhành tên là JavaSoft.

Mastering JavaBeans,  1st ed.

Call number: 005.133 V255

Author:  Laurence Vanhelsuwé

Publisher:   New Delhi: BPB Publications, 1997. – xxx, 799 p.: ill. ; 23 cm + 1 CD-ROM.

ISBN: 8170298814

Library code:  FAT1 ( 03)

Call number: 005.133 V255

            JavaBeans lets Java programs run on ALL computers. Mastering JavaBeans provides comprehensive coverage of this ultimate Java cross-platform programmer’s tool. In addition to coverage of every JavaBean feature, the author provides extensive troubleshooting information, scores of undocumented problem-solving tips, hundreds of real-world application development examples, and even coverage of the new AWT 1.1 Event Delegation Model, which is the key to understanding the latest version of Java.

JavaServer pages . – 3rd ed.

Call number: 005.2/762 B499

Author:  Hans Bergsten

Publisher:  Sebastopol, Calif.: O’Reilly, c2003. – xxii, 740 p.: ill. ; 24 cm.

ISBN: 8173665303

Library code:  FAT1 ( 02)

Call number: 005.2/762 B499

            JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology provides an easy way to create dynamic web pages. JSP uses a component-based approach that allows web developers to easily combine static HTML for look-and-feel with Java components for dynamic features. The simplicity of this component-based model, combined with the cross-platform power of Java, allows a web development environment with enormous potential.JavaServer Pages shows how to develop Java-based web applications without having to be a hardcore programmer. The author provides an overview of JSP concepts and discusses how JSP fits into the larger picture of web applications. Web page authors will benefit from the chapters on generating dynamic content, handling session information, accessing databases, authenticating users, and personalizing content. In the programming-oriented chapters, Java programmers learn how to create Java components and custom JSP tags for web authors to use in JSP pages.

 

Beginning java web services. – 2nd ed.

Call number: 005.2762 B481

Author:  Henri Bequet,…[et al.]

Publisher:  Mumbai: SPD Publications: a! Apress, 2004. – vii, 473 p.: ill. ; 24 cm.

ISBN: 9798173666451/9781861007537

Library code:  FAT1 ( 03)

Call number: 005.2762 B481

            Web services are no longer a nascent technology in the programming industry; every major software vendor is rolling out web services-related APIs and products. Today Java developers are successfully adopting web services as the latest technology in application development in order to enable cross-application communication for distributed applications. This book will help you to join their ranks. Packed with clear explanations and hands-on examples, Beginning Java Web Services teaches you how to productively build web services with Java. Through an understanding of the underlying principles of web services, you will learn how web services actually work and how to apply that knowledge for real use. You will be introduced to many of the web services APIs and specifications, including XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI. In addition, the book demonstrates how commercial vendors, such as IBM and BEA, are simplifying web services development.

 

Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0. – 5th ed.

Call number: 005.13/3 B959

Author:  Bill Burke and Richard Monson-Haefel

Publisher:  Sebastopol, CA: O’Reilly, c2006. – xxv, 732 p.: ill. ; 24 cm

ISBN: 059600978X, 9780596009786

Library code:  FAT1 ( 02)

Call number: 005.13/3 B959

            If you’re up on the latest Java technologies, then you know that Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.0 is the hottest news in Java this year. In fact, EJB 3.0 is being hailed as the new standard of server-side business logic programming. And O’Reilly’s award-winning book on EJB has been refreshed just in time to capitalize on the technology’s latest rise in popularity. This fifth edition, written by Bill Burke and Richard Monson-Haefel, has been updated to capture the very latest need-to-know Java technologies in the same award-winning fashion that drove the success of the previous four strong-selling editions. Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, 5th Edition is organized into two parts: the technical manuscript followed by the JBoss workbook. The technical manuscript explains what EJB is, how it works, and when to use it. The JBoss workbook provides step-by-step instructions for installing, configuring, and running the examples from the manuscript on the JBoss 4.0 Application Server. Although EJB makes application development much simpler, it’s still a complex and ambitious technology that requires a great deal of time to study and master. But now, thanks to Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, 5th Edition, you can overcome the complexities of EJBs and learn from hundreds of practical examples that are large enough to test key concepts but small enough to be taken apart and explained in the detail that you need. Now you can harness the complexity of EJB with just a single resource by your side.

 

Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans and the Java 2 platform, Enterprise edition

Call number: 005.2/762 R758

Author:  Ed Roman

Publisher: New Delhi: Wiley: Replika Press Pvt. Ltd, 1999. – xxvlll, 722 p.: ill. ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM.

ISBN: 0471332291, 0471332291 (pbk.: alk. paper), 9780471332299

Library code:  FAT1 ( 02)

Call number: 005.2/762 R758

A user’s manual for “the best thing since the Java language itself” Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) will radically streamline the application development process. It provides a standard way for developing enterprise-level Java applications. And, best of all, it comes equipped with built-in services like database access, security, and transaction monitoring. With EJB, programmers can simply write the business software and hook it into the EJB services it needs to work. The rush is on to develop EJB compliant applications. Filled with practical, proven tips and techniques, this book offers an overview of what EJB is, how it works, and how to build specific EJB applications. CD-ROM includes sample source code, the EJB specification and supporting code from JavaSoft, demos of EJB servers, and links to other sources.

Reference Ebooks (Books24x7)

Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0

Authors:   Rima Patel Sriganesh, Gerald Brose and Micah Silverman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 2006 (717 pages)

ISBN: 9780471785415

            An invaluable tutorial on the dramatic changes to Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.0 — Featuring myriad changes from its previous versions, EJB 3.0 boasts a very different programming and deployment model, with nearly every aspect of development affected. Even the most experienced EBJ and J2EE developers will need to relearn how to best use EJB to develop mission-critical applications. This author team of experts has taken their combined skills in architecture, development, consulting, and knowledge transfer to explain the various changes to EJB 3.0 as well as the rationale behind these changes. You’ll learn the concepts and techniques for authoring distributed, enterprise components in Java from the ground up.

 

Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans, Third Edition

Authors:  Ed Roman, Rima Patel Sriganesh and Gerald Brose

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 2005 (839 pages)

ISBN: 9780764576829

            Includes more than 30 percent revised material and five new chapters, covering the new 2.1 features such as EJB Timer Service and JMS as well as the latest open source Java solutions — * The book was developed as part of TheServerSide.com online EJB community, ensuring a built-in audience — * Demonstrates how to build an EJB system, program with EJB, adopt best practices, and harness advanced EJB concepts and techniques, including transactions, persistence, clustering, integration, and performance optimization

J2EE FrontEnd Technologies: A Programmer’s Guide to Servlets, JavaServer Pages, and Enterprise JavaBeans

Author:   Lennart Jörelid

Publisher: Apress © 2002 (1112 pages)

ISBN: 9781893115965

            2EE FrontEnd Technologies: A Programmer’s Guide to Servlets, JavaServer Pages, and Enterprise JavaBeans concisely and accurately describes what you need to know about effective enterprise development based on servlets, JSPs, and EJBs. Servlets, JSPs, and EJBs are the most important aspects of Java as it is used in the production of enterprise Web applications today. J2EE FrontEnd Technologies: A Programmer’s Guide to Servlets, JavaServer Pages, and Enterprise JavaBeans provides developers with a unique approach to understanding the profound relationship between servlets, JSPs, and EJBs. Developers will gain a clear understanding of all three and will be able to harness this knowledge for their own real-world applications.

 

Enterprise JavaBeans for Dummies

Author:   Mac Rinehart

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 2002 (432 pages)

ISBN: 9780764516467

            The development world is all abuzz with talk of Enterprise JavaBeans—and with good reason. For the uninitiated, an Enterprise JavaBean is a software component, or mini-program, that confers some unique functionality to the application, or container, it runs in—such as a shopping cart for an online retailer, or an account management service for a bank. The height of object-oriented programming, EJB technology tremendously streamlines the development process and makes it easier than ever to retrofit applications with powerful new features as needed. Want to expand your professional horizons and give your career a boost by finding out about the cutting-edge of distributed computing? Enterprise JavaBeans For Dummies is a great place to begin. Is your employer planning to implement an EJB application and you need to play catch-up in a hurry? Look no further. In no time, this book gives you the knowledge and skills you need to: Makes sense of EJB technology Get a bead on EJB architecture and containers Master the EJB API Build and package session beans, entity beans, and message-driven beans Implement EJB security features Developing EJB solutions to any enterprise computing challenge.

 

Enterprise JavaBeans 2.1

Authors:  Stefan Denninger, Ingo Peters and Rob Castenada

Publisher: Apress © 2003 (480 pages)

ISBN: 9781590590881

            Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is a server-side component model for transaction-aware distributed enterprise applications, written in the Java programming language. Enterprise JavaBeans 2.1 details the architecture of the Enterprise JavaBeans component model. After the authors introduce the component paradigm, they move on to cover EJB architecture basics. Building on the foundation formed in those introductory topics, they discuss the different component types (session-, entity-, and message-driven beans) in detail. This is followed by a comprehensive introduction to the Java Message Service (JMS), so you understand the ideas behind asynchronous and parallel processing provided through message-driven beans. Transactions, security, and the newly introduced timer service round out the book. This invaluable resource also discusses topics beyond the specification: inheritance, coupling of EJB components, quality assurance, and more. After reading this book, you’ll understand the benefits and the limits of EJB and have the knowledge necessary to turn business requirements into EJB-based applications.

 

Enterprise JavaBeans Development Using VisualAge for Java

Authors:  Joaquin Picon,…[ et al. ]

Publisher: IBM Redbooks © 1999 (422 pages)

ISBN: 9780738413464

Building Enterprise Web Transactions Using VisualAge Generator JavaBeans and JSPs

Author:  Pat McCarthy and et al.

Publisher: IBM Redbooks © 2000 (416 pages)

ISBN: 9780738416496

            With the introduction of the Sun Microsystems Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) architecture specification, application developers can now focus on writing the business logic necessary to support their application without having to deal with the intricacies of the underlying middleware, which still gives crucial services such as transactions, security, naming and persistency. IBM is exploiting this specification in a family of compatible Java application servers conforming to IBM’s Enterprise Server for Java (EJS) specification. In addition, IBM has already introduced the support for development of EJB beans into its award-winning Java development tool: VisualAge for Java version 2.0. By including in this new version the EJS runtime, VisualAge for Java provides a unique Rapid Application Development environment to develop, debug and test EJB beans. In this book we explore the EJB specification in depth and apply this knowledge to develop an application including all different facets of EJB beans: Session bean, Bean-Managed Persistence and Container-Managed Persistence entity beans, transaction (JTS), security, and naming service (JNDI). We also address relationships and inheritance which are issues not yet addressed by the EJB specification.

Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans, Second Edition

Author:  Ed Roman, Scott W. Ambler and Tyler Jewell

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons © 2002 (639 pages)

ISBN: 9780471417118

            Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) has proven to be wildly successful and is fast becoming the dominant technology for building server-side applications, including most Web applications. In this much-anticipated new edition, bestselling author Ed Roman teams up with noted software development experts Scott Ambler and Tyler Jewell to once again deliver the definitive guide to all things EJB. Geared toward Web site developers, enterprise application developers, and developers of software components for resale, this book has been updated to cover the latest features of version 2.0–including container services, transactions, design strategies, complex persistence, clustering, project management, and choosing an EJB server–as well as to add new, more advanced programming tips and techniques.

Special Edition Using Java 2 Platform

Author:  Joseph L. Weber

Publisher: Que © 1998 (1414 pages)

ISBN: 9780789720184

Java 2 Platform Unleashed

Author: Jamie Jaworski

Publisher: Sams © 1999 (1424 pages)

ISBN: 9780672316319

Pentaho Reporting 3.5 for Java Developers: Create Advanced Reports, Including Cross Tabs, Sub-Reports, and Charts That Connect to Practically Any Data Source Using Open Source Pentaho Reporting

Author:  Will Gorman

Publisher: Packt Publishing © 2009 (384 pages)

ISBN: 9781847193193

Java 2 Platform Unleashed is completely revised for Java 2. This complete reference covers all the core APIs of the Java 2 platform as well as higher-level topics that experienced Java programmers need to know. The book includes thousands of lines of code to demonstrate the sophisticated programming techniques that experienced Java programmers demand. Written for experienced Java programmers.

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