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Main book

Complete Java 2 certification : study guide . – 5th ed.


Call number : 005.133 H477

Authors : Philip Heller, Simon Roberts

Publisher : San Francisco, Calif. ; London : SYBEX, 2005. – xxxii, 526 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.).

ISBN : 9780782144192

Library code : FSE ( 05 )

Call number :  005.133 H477

Sun’s Java programmer and developer certifications are two of the hottest in the industry. The Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) certification is for programmers experienced in using the basic syntax and structure of Java, while the Sun Certified Java Developer (SCJD) is for programmers who are already familiar with the basic structure and syntax of the Java programming language, and who have a need to further apply this knowledge to developing complex, production-level applications. SCJD candidates must pass the SCJP exam before taking the Developer exam. Sun recently announced plans to update the SCJP exam for Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) 5.0.


Reference books

Complete java 2 certification : Study guide. – 2nd ed.


Call number : 005.133 R647

Authors : Simon Roberts, Philip Heller, Michael Ernest

Publisher : New Delhi : BPB Publications, 2001. – 900 p. : ill. ; 23 cm + 1 CD-ROM

ISBN : 9780782142761, 0782142761

Library code : FAT1 ( 04 )

Call number : 005.133 R647

Here’s the book you need to prepare for the Java 2 Programmer’s and Developer’s exams. This study guide provides: an in-depth coverage of every exam objective for the Programmer’s exam for J2SE 1.4; hundreds of challenging practice questions; and leading-edge exam preparation software, including a test engine, sample simulation questions, and the entire book on PDF. It offers authoritative coverage of all Programmer’s exam objectives, including: language fundamentals; operators and assignments; modifiers; converting and casting; flow control, exceptions, and assertions; objects and classes; threads; and the java.lang and java.util packages. It also includes an in-depth coverage of the topics covered in the Developer’s exam, including: swing components and events, layout managers, enhancing and extending the database, writing the network protocol, building the database server, and connecting the client and server.

Java programming . – 4th ed.


Call number : 005.133 F245

Author :  Farrell, Joyce

Publisher : us : Thomson Course Technology, 2008. – 811 p. ; 24 cm + with CD

ISBN : 1423901282, 9781423901280

Library code : FSE ( 01 )

Call number : 005.133 F245

Java Programming, Fourth Edition provides the beginning programmer with a guide to developing applications and applets using the Java programming language. Java is popular among professional programmers because it can be used to build visually interesting GUI and Web-based applications. Java also provides an excellent environment for the beginning programmer – a student quickly can build useful programs while learning the basics of structured and object-oriented programming techniques.

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

j1Author :  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

Regardless of major, students will be able to grasp concepts of problem-solving and programming — thanks to Liang’s ground breaking fundamentals-first approach, which enables students to understand problem solving 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. Although students begin using objects early, they 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. In the Seventh Edition, only standard classes are used.

Java programming : From the ground up

2Authors :  Ralph Bravaco, Shai Simonson

Publisher : Boston : McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2010. – xix, 1085, [26] p : ill. ; 26 cm.

ISBN : 0071271260

Library code : FSE ( 01 )

Call number : 005.133 B826

Phát triển cơ sở dữ liệu Java Oracle

j3Authors :  Nguyễn Ngọc Tuấn, Hồng Phúc

Publisher : H.: Giao thông vận tải, 2005. – 434tr.; 24cm

Library code : FSE ( 04 )

Call number : 005.74 T883


JavaScript và các ứng dụng website được yêu thích


Call number : 006.7 K457

Authors :  Nguyễn Văn Khoa, Lê Thanh Tuấn, Lữ Đình Thái

Publisher : H.: Giao thông vận tải, 2005. – 478tr.; 24cm.

Library code : FSE (03)

Call number : 006.7 K457

Thực hành JavaScript : cho Web

j4Authors :  Nguyễn Trường Sinh, Lê Minh Hoàng, Nguyễn Hoàng Hải

Publisher : Tp. HCM : Thống Kê, 2003. – 497tr. ; 24cm + 1 CD.

Library code : FSE ( 01 )

Call number : 006.7 S617

Object- Oriented software development using Java : Principles, patterns, and frameworks. – 2nd ed.


Call number : 005.13/3 X6

Author :  Jila Xiaoping

Publisher : Us : Pearson Education, 2003. – 677 p. ; 24 cm

ISBN : 0-321-21073-5, 9780321210739

Library code : FSE ( 01 )

Call number : 005.13/3 X6

Object-Oriented Software Development Using Java focuses on developing skills in designing software-particularly in writing well-designed, medium-sized object-oriented programs. It provides a broad and coherent coverage of object-oriented technology, including object-oriented modeling using the Unified Modeling Language (UML), object-oriented design using Design Patterns, and object-oriented programming using Java. With the popularity of C++ and Java, program design has become as important to individual commercial programmers as it has been to programmers developing immense government-sponsored software projects. Designed for a course on object-oriented design at the Junior-, Senior-, and Graduate-level, Object-Oriented Software Development in Java prepares students for the industry’s move toward object-oriented languages by introducing design concepts early and then moving on to Java.

Thiết kế web với JavaScript & DOM


Call number : 005.362 S617

Authors :  Nguyễn Trường Sinh, Lê Minh Hoàng, Hoàng Đức Hải

Publisher : Tp. HCM : Nxb. Phương Đông, 2007. – 403 tr. ; 24 cm.

Library code : FSE ( 02 )

Call number : 005.362 S617

Tự học thiết kế web với ASP, XML, Java

ad7Authors :  Thanh Hải, Đức Tùng sưu tầm, biên soạn

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

Library code : FSE ( 05 )

Library code : FAT2 ( 05 )

Call number : 005.13 T883

Cải tiến trang Web thông qua công nghệ JavaScript

6Author : Vn-Guide

Publisher : H.: Thống Kê, 2004. – 435tr.; 21cm

Library code : FSE ( 05 )

Call number : 006.7 C133

Sun certificated programmer & developer for Java 2 study guide : (EXAMS 310-035 & 310-027)


Call number : 005.133 S572

 Authors : Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates

Publisher : us : The McGraw-Hill Company, 2003. – 711tr. ; 23cm + with CD.

ISBN : 0072226846

Library code : FSE ( 02 )

Call number : 005.133 S572

Revised and updated by one of the co-developers of the (310-035) Programmer exam, this edition offers complete coverage of the Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 exam objectives and newly added, complete coverage of both portions of the Sun Certified Java 2 Developer’s exam. More than 250 challenging practice questions have been completely revised to closely model the format, tone, topics, and difficulty of the real exam. This book offers an integrated study system based on proven pedagogy, exam coverage includes step-by-step exercises, special Exam Watch notes, On-the-Job elements, and Self Tests with in-depth answer explanations to help reinforce and teach practical skills.Praise for the author: ‘Finally! A Java certification book that explains everything clearly. All you need to pass the exam is in this book’ – Solveig Haugland, Technical Trainer and Former Sun Course Developer. ‘Who better to write a Java study guide than Kathy Sierra, the reigning queen of Java instruction? Kathy Sierra has done it again – here is a study guide that almost guarantees you a certification!’ – James Cubeta, Systems Engineer, SGI. ‘The thing I appreciate most about Kathy is her quest to make us all remember that we are teaching people and not just lecturing about Java. Her passion and desire for the highest quality education that meets the needs of the individual student is positively unparalleled at SunEd. Undoubtedly there are hundreds of students who have benefited from taking Kathy’s classes’ – Victor Peters, founder Next Step Education & Software Sun Certified Java Instructor.’I want to thank Kathy for the excellent Study Guide. The book is well written, every concept is clearly explained using a real life example, and the book states what you specifically need to know for the exam. The way it’s written, you feel that you’re in a classroom and someone is actually teaching you the difficult concepts, but not in a dry, formal manner. The questions at the end of the chapters are also really good, and I am sure they will help candidates pass the test.

SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 5: Study Guide


Call number : 005.133 S572

Author : Sierra, Kathy

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

ISBN : 0-07-225360-6

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.

Java lập trình mạng : Các kỹ xảo lập trình với Java

Author s: Nguyễn Phương Lan, Hoàng Đức Hải

Publisher : H. : Giáo dục, 2001. – 638 tr. ; 21 cm

Library code : FAT1 ( 01 )

Library code : FAT2 ( 08 )

Library code : FAT3 ( 05 )

Call number : 005.13 L243

100 bài tập và giải pháp gỡ rối với Java

8Author : Công Tuân

Publisher : H. : Văn hóa Thông tin, 2007. – 295tr. ; 24 cm.

Library code : FAT2 ( 04 )

Call number : 005.133 T883

Giải pháp cho lập trình java 2

9Author : VN-Guide tổng hợp và biên dịch

Publisher : H. : Thống kê, 2004. – 668 tr. ; 21 cm

Library code : FAT1 ( 02 )

Library code : FAT2 (08)

Call number : 005.133 G429

Java. Tập 1


Call number : 005.133 L243

Authors : Phương Lan chủ biên; Hoàng Đức Hải

Publisher : H. : Lao động – xã hội, 2009. – 270 tr. ; 29 cm + 1 CD-ROM.

Library code : FAT1 ( 05 )+ FAT2 ( 05 ) + FAT3 ( 09 )

Call number : 005.133 L243

Java. Tập 3

10Authors : Phương Lan chủ biên; Trần Tiến Dũng hiệu

Publisher : H. : Lao động – xã hội, 2005. – 452 tr. ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM.

Library code : FAT1(01)

Library code : FAT2 ( 01 )

Call number : 005.133 L243

Giáo trình lý thuyết và bài tập Java

Authors  : Trần Tiến Dũng chủ biên, Hoàng Đức Hải

Publisher : H. : Lao động – xã hội, 2007. – 838 tr. ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM.

Library code : FAT1(07) + FAT2 ( 09 ) + FAT3 ( 10 )

Call number : 005.133076 D916

Java lập trình mạng : Các kỹ xảo lập trình với Java

Authors : Nguyễn Phương Lan, Hoàng Đức Hải

Publisher : H. : Lao động – xã hội, 2006. – 278 tr. ; 29 cm + 1 CD-ROM.

Library code : FAT1 ( 01 ) +  FAT3 ( 02 )

Call number : 005.133 L243

Khám phá những nét mới trong Java2 v5.0

13Author : Cát Văn Thành

Publisher : Tp. Hồ Chí Minh : Thống kê, 2005. – 227 Tr. ; 21 Cm

Library code : FAT2 ( 01 )

Call number : Không có

Program development in Java : abstraction, specification, and object-oriented design


Call number : 005.133 L769

Authors : Barbara Liskov with John Guttag

Publisher : Boston ; London : Addison-Wesley, 2001. – xix, 443 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

ISBN : 0201657686, 9780201657685

Library code : FAT1 ( 01 )

Call number : 005.133 L769

Written by a world-renowned expert on programming methodology, and the winner of the 2008 Turing Award, this book shows how to build production-quality programs–programs that are reliable, easy to maintain, and quick to modify. Its emphasis is on modular program construction: how to get the modules right and how to organize a program as a collection of modules. The book presents a methodology effective for either an individual programmer, who may be writing a small program or a single module in a larger one; or a software engineer, who may be part of a team developing a complex program comprised of many modules. Both audiences will acquire a solid foundation for object-oriented program design and component-based software development from this methodology. Because each module in a program corresponds to an abstraction, such as a collection of documents or a routine to search the collection for documents of interest, the book first explains the kinds of abstractions most useful to programmers: procedures; iteration abstractions; and, most critically, data abstractions. Indeed, the author treats data abstraction as the central paradigm in object-oriented program design and implementation. The author also shows, with numerous examples, how to develop informal specifications that define these abstractions–specifications that describe what the modules do–and then discusses how to implement the modules so that they do what they are supposed to do with acceptable performance.

The complete reference Java


Call number : 005.133 S334

Author : Herbert Schildt

Publisher : New Delhi : McGraw-Hill, 2007. – xxx,1024 p.: ill, 25 cm

ISBN : 007063677X, 9780070636774

Library code : FAT1 ( 05 )

Call number : 005.133 S334

Java database programming with JDBC . – 1st Reprint ed.

Authors : Pratik Patel, Karl Moss

Publisher : Scottsdale, AZ : Coriolis Group Books, 2001. – xiii, 491 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.).

Không có ISBN

Library code : FAT1 ( 03 )

Call number : 005.75/6 P295

Ebooks in Books24x7

Secure Java: For Web Application Development

secure-java-for-web-application-developmentAuthors : Abhay Bhargav and B.V. Kumar

Publisher : Auerbach Publications © 2011 (308 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781439823514

As the Internet has evolved, so have the various vulnerabilities, which largely stem from the fact that developers are unaware of the importance of a robust application security program. This book aims to educate readers on application security and building secure web applications using the new Java Platform. The text details a secure web application development process from the risk assessment phase to the proof of concept phase. The authors detail such concepts as application risk assessment, secure SDLC, security compliance requirements, web application vulnerabilities and threats, security implementation techniques using Java technologies, and Web application security testing.

Beginning Java SE 6 Game Programming, Third Edition

beginning-java-se-6-game-programming-third-editionAuthor : Jonathan S. Harbour

Publisher : Cengage Learning © 2012 (390 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781435458086

“Beginning Java Game Programming, Third Edition” is a hands-on guide that is perfect for beginner-level game programmers who want to quickly and easily learn how to create games using the latest version of the Java SDK, Java 6. Written in simple language, this book teaches each new skill using engaging tutorials, followed by end-of-chapter questions and exercises to help reinforce what you’ve just learned. Each chapter builds upon the previous ones, allowing you to repeat and practice the techniques covered. It helps you begin with the basics of writing a simple game using vector graphics, move on to utilizing Java’s advanced library to add animation and sound effects, and end by creating a professional, sprite-based game full of interesting artwork and details that you can share with others on the web.

Learn Java for Android Development

learn-java-for-android-developmentAuthor : Jeff Friesen

Publisher : Apress © 2010 (655 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781430231561

Android development is hot, and many existing Java developers are interested in joining the fun and leveraging their Java knowledge to develop for Android devices. If you fall into this category, this is the book for you. Learn Java for Android Development teaches beginner and intermediate Java developers the skills that are necessary for getting into Android development. This book builds, step-by-step, the Java background needed for Android development. You’ll first learn how to program in the Eclipse IDE and how to use Java SDK tools. This is an excellent starting point, as Google has released an ADT plugin for Eclipse. You’ll then move on to a thorough review of the Java language, and finish with a complete overview of the Java APIs that are supported by Android. With this skill set intact, you’ll be able to leverage your knowledge of Java to develop sophisticated applications for Android devices.

BlackBerry Java Application Development: Beginner’s Guide

blackberry-java-application-development-beginners-guideAuthor : Bill Foust

Publisher : Packt Publishing © 2010 (368 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781849690201


Learn BlackBerry Games Development

15Authors : Carol Hamer and Andrew Davison

Publisher : Apress © 2010 (505 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781430227182

Beginning BlackBerry Development

beginning-blackberry-developmentAuthor : Anthony Rizk

Publisher : Apress © 2009 (264 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781430272250

The BlackBerry platform has been around for a while, but with record numbers of devices sold, and the launch of RIM’s application store – App World – there has never been a more exciting time to get into BlackBerry development. Assuming only some background in Java, C# or a related language, this book starts with the basics, walking you through the process of downloading and installing RIM’s JDE for BlackBerry or, optionally RIM’s JDE Plug-in for the Eclipse platform –l and stepping through the creation of your first BlackBerry application. From there you’ll master everything you need to produce and effectively distribute world-class BlackBerry applications. You’ll learn how to effectively create networked applications, leverage the GPS capabilities of the latest BlackBerry handhelds, create applications that interact with the built-in applications on the BlackBerry like the camera, contacts, and BlackBerry maps and build user interfaces that go way beyond the plain-vanilla look and feel common among too many BlackBerry apps today. You’ll also learn about all the different ways you can package and distribute your application from in-house enterprise deployment to listing your app on BlackBerry App World, and learn about managing application development across the full range of modern BlackBerry handhelds.

Beginning Java Google App Engine

beginning-java-google-app-engineAuthors : Kyle Roche and Jeff Douglas

Publisher : Apress © 2009 (265 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781430225539

Google App Engine is one of the key technologies to emerge in recent years to help you build scalable web applications even if you have limited previous experience. If you are a Java programmer, this book offers you a Java approach to beginning Google App Engine. You will explore the runtime environment, front-end technologies like Google Web Toolkit, and the datastore behind App Engine. You’ll also explore Java support on App Engine from end to end. The journey begins with a look at the Google Plugin for Eclipse and finishes with a working web application that even uses Groovy/Grails as a service. Along the way, the authors dive deeply into the services that are available to access the datastore with a focus on Java Data Objects (JDO), Persistence as a Service more generally, as well as Spring as a Service and more. You’ll then be ready to look at some of the more advanced topics in application administration, such as scheduled tasks, remote access to the datastore, and the Google Analytics API.

Pro JPA 2: Mastering the Java Persistence API

pro-jpa-2-mastering-the-java-persistence-apiAuthors : Mike Keith and Merrick Schincariol

Publisher : Apress © 2009 (538 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781430219569

Wireless Game Development in Java with MIDP 2.0

16Author : Ralph Barbagallo

Publisher : Wordware Publishing © 2004 (500 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781556229985

Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) is the Java runtime environment for today’s mobile information devices including mobile phones and PDAs. This book specifically addresses the new MIDP 2.0 technology. This book features step-by-step examples in major game programming areas such as graphics, GUI, networking, tiles, animation, and sound. Additionally, the book goes into some detail about the business model of wireless game distribution, making this book not only a guide for programmers and engineers but also anyone interested in entering the wireless gaming market with the Java platform. The book features easy-to-understand example code for each major area of functionality in MIDP 2.0 and uses Sun’s free Wireless Toolkit, so no expensive compilers or development environments are needed to get started.

Building Portals with the Java Portlet API

17Authors : Jeff Linwood and Dave Minter

Publisher : Apress © 2004 (416 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781590592847

How do developers bring existing applications into a portal? How do developers integrate content management systems and search engines with a portal? And how do developers get started with the Portlet API? Jeff Linwood and Dave Minter show you how to solve these real problems in Building Portals with the Java Portlet API. This book describes the new Java portlet API, including security, portlet life cycles, and portlet interaction with servlets and JSP. The examples will work on any portal that complies with the JSR-168 portlet API. Several example portlets are developed to give you hands-on portlet experience. You’ll even learn how to port existing servlet and JSP applications into a new portal environment. The authors also discuss Single Sign-On (SSO) using Kerberos and the GSS-API, syndicating content with RSS, and integrating a charting solution with JFreeChart. Other topics covered are the open-source Apache Jakarta Lucene search engine, personalization, portlet configuration, portlet preferences, and Web Services for Remote Portals (WSRP). XDoclet is also used throughout portions of this book.

Enterprise Java Development on a Budget: Leveraging Java Open Source Technologies

18Authors : Christopher Judd and Brian Sam-Bodden

Publisher : Apress © 2004 (656 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781590591253

Open source has had a profound effect on the Java community. Many Java open source projects have even become de-facto standards. The principal purpose of Enterprise Java Development on a Budget is to guide you through the development of a real enterprise Java application using nothing but open source Java tools, projects, and frameworks. This book is organized by activities and by particular open source projects that can help you take on the challenges of building the different tiers of your applications. The authors also present a realistic example application that covers most areas of enterprise application development. You’ll find information on how to use and configure JBoss, Ant, XDoclet, Struts, ArgoUML, OJB, Hibernate, JUnit, SWT/JFace, and others. Not only will you learn how to use each individual tool, but you’ll also understand how to use them in synergy to create robust enterprise Java applications within your budget. Enterprise Java Development on a Budget combines coverage of best practices with information on the right open source Java tools and technologies, all of which will help support your Java development budget and goals.

Professional Portal Development with Open Source Tools: Java Portlet API, Lucene, James, Slide

professional-portal-development-with-open-source-tools-java-portlet-api-lucene-james-slideAuthor :  W.Clay Richardson

Publisher : Wrox Press © 2004 (400 pages) Citation

ISBN :  9780471469513

What is this book about? Open source technology enables you to build customized enterprise portal frameworks with more flexibility and fewer limitations. This book explains the fundamentals of a powerful set of open source tools and shows you how to use them. An outstanding team of authors provides a complete tutorial and reference guide to Java Portlet API, Lucene, James, and Slide, taking you step by step through constructing and deploying portal applications. You trace the anatomy of a search engine and understand the Lucene query syntax, set up Apache James configuration for a variety of servers, explore object to relational mapping concepts with Jakarta OJB, and acquire many other skills necessary to create J2EE portals uniquely suited to the needs of your organization. Loaded with code intensive examples of portal applications, this book offers you the know how to free your development process from the restrictions of pre packaged solutions. What does this book cover? Here s what you will learn in this book: How to evaluate business requirements and plan the portal; How to develop an effective browser environment; How to provide a search engine, messaging, database inquiry, and content management services in an integrated portal application; How to develop Web services for the portal; How to monitor, test, and administer the portal; How to create portlet applications compliant with the Java Portlet API; How to reduce the possibility of errors while managing the portal to accommodate change; and, How to plan for the next generation application portal. Who is this book for? This book is for professional Java developers who have some experience in portal development and want to take advantage of the options offered by open source tools.

Wireless Java Developing with J2ME, Second Edition

19Author :  Jonathan Knudsen

Publisher : Apress © 2003 (384 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781590590775

Bluetooth for Java

20Authors :  Bruce Hopkins and Ranjith Antony

Publisher : Apress © 2003 (352 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781590590782

Developing Java Web Services

developing-java-web-servicesAuthors :  Ramesh Nagappan, Robert Skoczylas and Rima Patel Sriganesh

Publisher : John Wiley & Sons © 2003 (758 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9780471236405

* One of the first books to cover Sun Microsystem’s new Java Web Services Developer Pack * Written by top Sun consultants with hands-on experience in creating Web services, with a foreword from Simon Phipps, Chief Evangelist at Sun * Case studies demonstrate how to create Web services with the tools most used by Java developers, including BEA WebLogic, Apache Axis, Systinet WASP, and Verisign

Programming Spiders, Bots, and Aggregators in Java

programming-spiders-bots-and-aggregators-in-javaAuthor :  Jeff Heaton

Publisher : Sybex © 2002 (516 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9780782140408

Spiders, bots, and aggregators are all so-called intelligent agents, which execute tasks on the Web without the intervention of a human being. Spiders go out on the Web and identify multiple sites with information on a chosen topic and retrieve the information. Bots find information within one site by cataloging and retrieving it. Aggregrators gather data from multiple sites and consolidate it on one page, such as credit card, bank account, and investment account data. As the Web grows more complex, there will be more and more applications of intelligent agents; Java is expected to be one of the principal languages used to build these agents.

JDBC 3.0: Java Database Connectivity

jdbc-3-0-java-database-connectivityAuthor :  Bernard Van Haecke

Publisher : John Wiley & Sons © 2002 (580 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9780764548758

Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) is a programming interface that lets Java applications access a database via the SQL language. Java interpreters or Java virtual machines are available for all major client platforms: thereby allowing a platform independent database application to be written. JDBC 3.0 has been completed by database industry leaders including Oracle, Sybase and IBM, and has matured enough to encompass many features of any other database access technology or language suited for business applications. This practical guide to the new, enhanced features of JDBC 3 provides a step-by-step tutorial to the API, as well as many examples and discussions about advanced techniques. It also provides a complete reference of the API’s packages and extensions. Powerful and enhanced new features are covered: batch updates; DataSource object; transaction savepoints; connection pooling; distributed transaction support; XA compatibility; types of results sets; holdable cursors; SQL99 types; scala functions; CLOB; array, reference and datalink objects; customized type mapping; transform groups; ParameterMetaData API; auto generated keys; and more.

Understanding SQL & Java Together: A Guide to SQLJ, JDBC, and Related Technologies

understanding-sql-java-together-a-guide-to-sqlj-jdbc-and-related-technologies Authors :  Jim Melton and Andrew Eisenberg

Publisher : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers © 2000 (514 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9781558605626

With the growth of Java and the rise of database-powered Web applications, the need to use Java with SQL is clear. Until now, authoritative coverage of the techniques available to meet these challenges and reap their benefits-both programming and career benefits-didn’t exist. Understanding SQL and Java Together examines all the standards for combining SQL and Java. It shows you exactly how to use their features to write efficient and effective code supporting Java access to SQL data in a variety of ways. You’ll gain a thorough understanding of the relationship between SQL and Java, which will allow you to write static and dynamic SQL programs in Java, merge Java code with SQL databases and SQL code, and use other data management techniques wherever appropriate.

Java Database Development

java-database-developmentAuthor :  Martin Rinehart

Publisher : McGraw-Hill/Osborne © 1998 (917 pages) Citation

ISBN : 9780078823565

Designed for Java programmers who want to read and manipulate databases residing on local machines, this book and CD-ROM is a documented software package that contains specialized code which programmers can take directly from the CD and plug into their applications. Java is a growing market and is becoming the programming language of the future. Java has opened up many new opportunities for programmers. Experienced programmers in other languages know, that to remain competitive, they must develop crucial Java skills. And these skills go well beyond piping cool little applets or animations into Web pages. Java is becoming critical to the business world. Companies rely on the voluminous data residing in their various databases. This data needs to be accessed, manipulated, sorted, queried, formatted and distributed throughout the company. This book is designed for Java programmers who want to be able to read and manipulate databases residing on local machines. The CD-ROM contains code that should save programmers considerable time and money.

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