This book covers the practical considerations and applications in database programming using Java NetBeans IDE, JavaServer Pages, JavaServer Faces, and Java Beans, and comes complete with authentic examples and detailed explanations. Two data-action methods are developed and presented in this important resource. With Java Persistence API and plug-in Tools, readers are directed step by step through the entire database programming development process and will be able to design and build professional data-action projects with a few lines of code in mere minutes. The second method, run time object, allows readers to design and build more sophisticated and practical Java database applications. Advanced and updated Java database programming techniques such as Java Enterprise Edition development kits, Enterprise Java Beans, JavaServer Pages, JavaServer Faces, Java RowSet Object, and Java Updatable ResultSet are also discussed and implemented with numerous example projects. Ideal for classroom and professional training use, this text also features: ac A detailed introduction to NetBeans Integrated Development Environment ac Java web-based database programming techniques (web applications and web services) ac More than thirty detailed, real-life sample projects analyzed via line-by-line illustrations ac Problems and solutions for each chapter ac A wealth of supplemental material available for download from the book's ftp site, including PowerPoint slides, solution manual, JSP pages, sample image files, and sample databases ac Coverage of two popular database systems: SQL Server 2008 and Oracle This book provides undergraduate and graduate students as well as database programmers and software engineers with the necessary tools to handle the database programming issues in the Java NetBeans environment. DBMS Summary of DBMS Functions CODD's Rules Structured Query Language Using SQL as a Data Definition Language Using SQL as a Data Query Language Functions JDBC Architecture Remote Database Access Introduction Connecting to an ODBC Data Source JDBC Connection JDBC Implementation Resultset Processing: Retrieving Results Prepared Statement Callable Statement Other JDBC Classes Moving the Cursor in Scrollable Result Sets Making Updates to Updatable Result Sets Updating a Result Set Programmatically Introduction To Software Components Software Component Model Javabean Importance of Java Component Model4 Bean Development Kit Starting the BeanBox Using The BDK Beanbox and The Demo Javabeans Building Simple Bean Building the First Bean Event Handling Bean Persistence Serialization and Deserialization Serializable Bean Introspection Introspector EJB a Overview Component Transaction Monitors TP Monitors Object Request Brokers Middle - Ware Architecture Application Server Example Application Servers The Transactional and n-tier View The Middleware and 3-tier View Why Application Servers? What Application Servers should provide? Introduction to Distributed Applications Distributed Vs Non-Distributed Models Introduction to RMI RMI Architecture Bootstrapping and the RMI registry Working of RMI advantages of RMI Building a Simple Client/Server Application Create the Remote Interface Create a class that implements the Remote Interface Create the main Server program Create Stub and Skeleton Classes Copy the Remote Interface and Stub File to the Client Host Create a Client class that uses the remote services Start up the Registry, Server and Client How RMI simulates pass by reference Dynamic Class Loading Further Best a Ultimate Interview Preparation You can read following Book References Available On Amazon.com--- 1. Cracking the Java Coding Interview HandBook. ASIN: B00G1NV9BE 2. Cracking the Coding Interview: 400 Programming Questions and Solutions - ASIN: B00FF4ZH8Q 3. Core Java ProgrammingNote: The Remote Interface in the java.rmi package defines no constants or methods .It exists only to designate ... This class defines a non-replicated remote object whose references are valid only while the server process is alive. This classanbsp;...
|Title||:||Java Programming with Database Applications|
|Author||:||Harry Hariom Choudhary|
|Publisher||:||Harry Hariom Choudhary - 2013-07-28|