What ‘Expert One-on-One J2EE Design’ Covers?

What this Book Covers

This book covers:

      How to make key J2EE architectural choices, such as whether to use EJB and where to implement business logic

      J2EE web technologies, and effective use of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architectural pattern in web applications

      How to use EJB 2.0 effectively, including the implications of the introduction of EJBs with local interfaces

      How to choose an application server

      OO development practices important to J2EE applications

      Using JavaBeans in J2EE applications, and how this can help develop maintainable and portable applications

      Using XML and XSLT in J2EE applications

      J2EE transaction management

      How to access relational databases efficiently in J2EE applications

      How to use generic infrastructure code to solve common problems and ensure that application code focuses on business logic in the problem domain

      How to test J2EE applications, and especially web applications

      How to design J2EE applications for satisfactory performance, and how to improve the performance of existing applications

      Packaging and deploying J2EE applications

      Aspects of leading application servers, such as BEA WebLogic and Oracle 9 Application Server, which may affect how we design J2EE applications

      Understanding the implications of fundamental design choices for scalability

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