A revised and updated edition, this is your start-to-finish guide to developing Web-based applications using J2EE 1.3 (with references to 1.4 features) and the new BEA WebLogic Server 8.1. One step at a time, and one technology at a time, the authors walk you through building a complete, robust Web application. You'll prototype user interfaces, code server-side presentation logic and JSPs, implement database connectivity, establish central registries, provide JMS messaging, code EJBs, even integrate email facilities. Along the way, you'll discover how each module fits into your overall application design, as you learn best practices for enhancing availability, reliability, and security. J2EE Applications and BEA WebLogic Server, Second Edition is highly approachable for WebLogic beginners, and exceptionally useful for experienced developers. Whatever your background, it'll help you build the high-performance, high-value Web applications your business demands.Applications should always call remove after finishing with a stateful session bean instance. This enables the EJB container to ... Stateful session bean writers must also be careful when integrating their stateful session beans with Web applications. Stateful session beans ... Because there are only two access domains, it is feasible to declare these roles in the deployment descriptor. However, declarativeanbsp;...
|Title||:||J2EE Applications and BEA WebLogic Server|
|Author||:||Angela Yochem, Rob Woollen, David Carlson, Sandra L. Emerson, Tad Stephens|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2004|