Pro Java EE Spring Patterns focuses on enterprise patterns, best practices, design strategies, and proven solutions using key Java EE technologies including JSP, Servlets, Enterprise JavaBeans, and Java Message Service APIs.
Mike Keith, EJB 3.0 co-specification lead, and Merrick Schinariol, reviewer of EJB 3.0, offer unparalleled insight and expertise on the EJB 3.0 persistence specification, in a truly definitive guide to using this sophisticated technology to its full potential.
Pro (IBM) WebSphere Application Server 7 Internals covers the internal architecture and implementation of the WebSphere Application Server (WAS) version 7 product set and how other IBM products extend it.
Practical Spring LDAP is your guide to developing Java-based enterprise applications using the Spring LDAP Framework. This book explains the purpose and fundamental concepts of LDAP before giving a comprehensive tour of the latest version, Spring LDAP 1.3.2, with many real-world code examples.
Practical JBoss Seam Projects, written by renowned author and enterprise Java practitioner Jim Farley, is the first practical projects book of its kind on this groundbreaking open-source lightweight JSF-EJB3 framework.
This is the only comprehensive performance management book focusing on WebSphere versions 4.0 and 5.0. The book addresses the operational aspects with both a proactive and reactive view, with a focus on ensuring that your implementation of WebSphere can scale and operate with a high degree of performance.
Deploying J2EE applications and configuring the application server are some of the most tricky, non-standard elements of J2EE development. But JBoss 3.2 Deployment and Administration will help you navigate configurative, administrative, and deployment tasks on the JBoss application server.
Java EE 7 Recipes takes an example-based approach in showing how to program Enterprise Java applications for many different scenarios, and using the very latest in frameworks and technologies that are available in the Java EE 7 platform.
Servlets, JSPs, and EJBs are the most important aspects of Java as it is used in the production of enterprise web applications today. This concise and to-the-point book concentrates on the patterns needed for effective Servlet and JavaServer Pages-based enterprise development.