XML and Java: Developing Web Applications

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Addison-Wesley Professional, 2002 - Computers - 661 pages
The first edition of XML and Java earned rave reviews for its exceptionally practical, thorough, and example-rich coverage of XML development with Java. Now, the authors -- all leading-edge XML experts from IBM -- have updated the book to reflect the latest XML tools, technologies, and best practices. From start to finish, they provide expert insight and "jumpstart" examples that are immediately applicable to real-world problems. Coverage includes: parsing and generating XML documents; working with DOM/DOM2 and SAX/SAX2; schemas and validation; document manipulation with XPath and XSLT; and utilizing advanced XML parsers. The authors introduce XML programming with servlets and JSP; XML database integration; XML messaging and Web services; data binding and security solutions; and more. The CD-ROM contains complete, ready-to-compile sample programs, tested on Windows and Linux, plus key middleware -- including the Xerces parser and Xalan XSLT engine; Apache Tomcat; and evaluation copies of IBM's WebSphere, DB2, and VisualAge.
 

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Hiroshi Maruyama, Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM's Tokyo Research Laboratory, led a team specializing in the development of advanced XML technologies. Kent Tamura is the creator of IBM XML Parser for Java (since renamed Xerces and made open source). Naohiko Uramoto is a visiting Associate Professor at the National Institute of Informatics who specializes in advanced Web services development. Makoto Murata is an affiliated researcher at the International University of Japan and a member of the original working group that created XML 1.0. Andy Clark is a developer of the Apache Xerces XML parser in Java and the primary designer and lead technical expert for the new Xerces2 parser. Yuichi Nakamura is a contributor to the Apache SOAP and Axis projects. Ryo Neyama is a contributor to the Apache SOAP and Axis projects. Kazuya Kosaka is the manager of the Internet Technology Group and, most recently, the developer of XML-based security technologies.

Satoshi Hada is currently working on XML Access Control and SOAP Security Extensions.



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