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Building scalable and high-performance Java Web applications using J2EE technology

Author: Greg Barish
Publisher: Boston : Addison-Wesley, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD for computer : Program   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This title is about scaling Java enterprise applications. Beyond just programming techniques - this is the next level.

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Material Type: Program
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Barish
ISBN: 0201729563 9780201729566
OCLC Number: 48449593
Description: xviii, 392 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Details: System requirements for accompanying disc: Windows.
Contents: Chapter 1 Scalable and High-Performance Web Applications 1 --
The Emergence of Web Applications 1 --
Performance and Scalability 5 --
The Internet Medium 8 --
Measuring Performance and Scalability 13 --
Scalability and Performance Hints 21 --
Chapter 2 Web Application Architecture 23 --
Web Application Terminology 23 --
Application Requirements 25 --
Web Requirements 27 --
Abstract Web Application Architecture 29 --
N-tier Application Architecture 32 --
Scalability and Performance Hints 44 --
Chapter 3 The J2EE Specification 49 --
Overview of the Specification 49 --
Deployment Issues 53 --
Platform Technologies and Services 57 --
J2EE and Your Architecture 64 --
Chapter 4 Scalability and Performance Techniques 67 --
Caching and Replication 67 --
Parallelism 74 --
Redundancy 78 --
Asynchrony 80 --
Resource Pooling 82 --
Chapter 5 HTTP Client/Server Communication 91 --
The HTTP Protocol 91 --
Deployment Paradigms 93 --
HTTP Efficiency 95 --
HTTP Details 96 --
Scalability and Performance Hints 113 --
Chapter 6 Request Processing 119 --
The General Problem 120 --
Specific Challenges 121 --
Request-Processing Modes 128 --
Request Processing and J2EE 135 --
Scalability and Performance Hints 137 --
Chapter 7 Session Management with Java Servlets 149 --
Generating Dynamic Responses 149 --
Using Servlets 152 --
Developing Servlets 157 --
Servlet Execution 162 --
Servlets and Session Management 167 --
Deploying Servlets 172 --
Developing Servlets with JavaServer Pages 175 --
Scalability and Performance Hints 184 --
Chapter 8 Building Application Servers with Enterprise Java Beans 189 --
The Need for Application Servers 189 --
Enterprise Java Beans: The J2EE Solution 191 --
How EJBs Work 192 --
Types of EJB 194 --
Sample Application 195 --
EJB Design 196 --
EJB Implementation 203 --
Client/EJB Integration 228 --
Scalability and Performance Hints 232 --
Chapter 9 Messaging for Efficient Enterprise Application Integration 241 --
A B2B-style Working Example 241 --
The Java Message Service 243 --
JMS Concepts 243 --
JMS Programming Models 246 --
JMS Reliability versus Performance 249 --
A Sample JMS Pub/Sub Application 251 --
Scalability and Performance Hints 258 --
Chapter 10 Effective Database Design 265 --
Database Technology and the Relational Model 267 --
Logical Database Design 268 --
Physical Database Design 270 --
Querying a Database 273 --
Other Important Database Objects 278 --
Query Processing 286 --
Scalability and Performance Hints 290 --
Chapter 11 Using JDBC and SQL to Query Databases Efficiently 309 --
How JDBC Fits In 309 --
JDBC Concepts and Objects 310 --
Writing JDBC Queries 312 --
Scalability and Performance Hints 325 --
Chapter 12 Web Services: The Future of Web Applications 333 --
Practical Use of Web Services 334 --
What Exactly Is a Web Service? 335 --
Web Services Technologies 338 --
XML: Self-Describing Data 340 --
Developing Web Services 349 --
Describing Web Services with WSDL 349 --
Invoking Web Services with SOAP 353 --
Registering Web Services with UDDI 357 --
Salability and Performance Challenges 363.
Responsibility: Greg Barish.

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