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By Michael Klaene Go to page 1 2 3 Next In a push toward simplified J2EE vendors have been unveiling rapid application development RAD tools at a furious pace. Today for example most integrated development environments IDEs provide wizards to generate the mundane and repetitive framework code necessary when building Model-View-Controller MVC...

J2EE Form-based Authentication   By oreillynet.com
by Prabu Arumugam 06 12 2002 Implementing security for Web applications is a mandatory task for architects and Web application developers. In J2EE the Web containers have support for built-in security mechanisms for their applications. There are two major components of Web application security authentication and authorization. J2EE-based Web containers...

J2EE to .NET Migration: Quick Tips   By c-sharpcorner.com
Author Date Of Submission User Level Vivek Devarajan 03 26 2003 Intermediate Here are some Quick tips to get you started in case you need to migrate a J2EE based application to a .NET based application. We approach the migration tier wise. Firstly a technology mapping between both the platforms Service Feature .NET J2EE GUI WinForms SWING AWT Web...

by Andreas Schaefer 03 27 2002 Through J2EE it became possible to create nearly vendor-neutral applications. These parts which were still vendor-specific were extracted in files which could be adjusted during deployment of the application. For developers this is great but the development is only one part in the life cycle of the application. The...

by Satya Komatineni 06 05 2002 While Sun is quite diligently planning coordinating and building infrastructure for building cathedrals around J2EE Microsoft s .NET is poised to steal the marketplace and own the bazaar as they did with VB and the component market in the client-server wars. We have some parallels to go by. While CORBA focused on rearing...

Jeff Wilson e-business architect IBM June 2002 The Application Developer configuration of WebSphere Studio provides many helpful tools for integrating EJBs and J2EE enterprise applications. In this tutorial we ll step through the various EJB tooling features to build the necessary components to connect a J2EE application to a back-end data source....

Flash Remoting for J2EE Developers   By oreillynet.com
by Alon Salant 02 26 2003 Flash Remoting MX enables Flash MX clients running in a browser or on a user s desktop to access and invoke methods on server-side components running in a J2EE Cold Fusion or .NET application server. It is an essential piece of Macromedia s toolset for creating Rich Internet Applications. These applications are deployed over...

By Scott Robinson Caching is one of the tried-and-true techniques for improving the efficiency of an application. That s especially true in an enterprise environment where the range of users can include remote clients accessing the app in a variety of modes and in integrated apps where several departments are constantly grabbing at the same data....

by Vikram Goyal 04 02 2003 A previous article of mine explained the basics of log4j . log4j is an open source logging tool developed under the Jakarta Apache project. The previous article demonstrated how to use log4j in a strictly JSP servlet environment which forms half of the whole J2EE world. The other half EJBs requires a subtler way of handling...

by Al Saganich 08 07 2002 Over the last six months a number of standards have begun to emerge in the areas of Web services lifecycles security measures collaborations and transactions. JSRs have emerged to begin the process of defining in a standard way the different aspects of how Web services might be supported in a J2EE-compliant application...

By Michael Klaene Go to page 1 2 Next Web applications oftain contain both public and private resources. It is necessary to ensure that those key areas that are restricted to the public remain off limits to even the craftiest of users. This is a common problem and there are many different solutions. In this article I will show how a Servlet Filter...

by Dion Almaer 04 10 2002 EJB 2.0 finally gives us a Container-Managed Persistence CMP model to work with. Whenever possible I like to use CMP beans in my EJB projects; however for the odd thing I need to change my entity to be bean-managed. I use the following pattern to allow me to go from a CMP model to a Bean-Managed Persistence BMP model...

Sun Microsystems and Microsoft platforms converge and compete for a new enterprise architecture model. by Peter O Kelly K eeping track of the ongoing rivalry between Microsoft and Sun Microsystems as they seek to control the enterprise application development market can puzzle even the most dedicated developer. For the software architect the competing...

By Manoj Seth Go to page 1 2 Next We are not able to think of the name of a single enterprise in this modern information technology era that does not have different applications ranging from simple to vastly complicated implementing its internal processes and exposing them to their partners buyers suppliers customers and so forth . To survive...

By Michael Klaene Go to page 1 2 3 Next Business applications typically manage data. Therefore developers often need to provide components that enable users to analyze that data. One way to do this is by providing users access to text-based reports. Another option is to provide a view to the data through a series of graphical charts. Charts can be...

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