J2EE: The Complete Reference

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McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2002 - Computers - 874 pages
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Get comprehensive coverage of J2EE in this all-inclusive resource. Organized by component type, this is the most complete guide on the market and addresses J2EE’s massive collection of APIs. Fully up-to-date and ontaining J2EE best practices -- plus coverage of Java databases, Java interconnectivity, and Web services, this is ideal for every developer working with J2EE.

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Contents

Java 2 Enterprise Edition Overview
3
J2EE MultiTier Architecture
23
J2EE Best Practices
39
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James Keogh is on the faculty of Columbia University teaching courses in its technology certification program. He has spent 15 years developing computer systems for major Wall Street firms such as Salomen, Inc. and Bear Stearns and has written several best-selling books for Prentice Hall and IDG.

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