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The developer's guide to the Java Web Server : building effective and scalable server-side applications

Author: Dan Woods; Larne Pekowsky; Tom Snee
Publisher: Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : CD for computer : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Developer's Guide to the Java Web Server provides a comprehensive description of the Java Web Server and specific techniques for putting this technology to work. The book describes the underlying servlet technology, reviews Java Web Server features, explores design options, and demonstrates the development process."--BOOK JACKET.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dan Woods; Larne Pekowsky; Tom Snee
ISBN: 020137949X 9780201379495
OCLC Number: 41090852
Description: xxi, 577 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. + 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Pt. I. Overview. Ch. 1. The Big Picture. Ch. 2. Introduction to the Sample Applications --
Pt. II. A Guide to Administration and Features. Ch. 3. Administrator's Guide to the Java Web Server. Ch. 4. Configuring and Managing the Java Web Server. Ch. 5. HTML Templates. Ch. 6. Java Server Pages. Ch. 7. Session Tracking. Ch. 8. Internationalization and Localization --
Pt. III. Coding Techniques. Ch. 9. Servlets and the Servlet API. Ch. 10. Writing Thread-Safe Code. Ch. 11. Optimizing Code for the Java Runtime Environment. Ch. 12. Optimizing Use of the Java Class Libraries. Ch. 13. Communicating with External Applications: Sockets and Mail. Ch. 14. Communicating with External Applications: Databases and JDBC.
Responsibility: Dan Woods, Larne Pekowsky, Tom Snee.

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The Java web server is a server written purely in Java and incorporates Servlet technology. It is able to handle two web sites residing on one server. This text provides a guide to developing server  Read more...

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