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Core Data Objects

Core Java™ Data Objects
By Sameer Tyagi, Keiron McCammon, Michael Vorburger, Heiko Bobzin

Publisher : Prentice Hall PTR
Pub Date : September 11, 2003
ISBN : 0-13-140731-7
Pages : 576

Praise for Core JAVA Data objects
What This Book Is About
What This Book Is Not About
Related Information
Conventions Used
About the Authors
About the Reviewers

Sameer Tyagi
Keiron McCammon
Michael Vorburger
Heiko Bobzin

Part 1. Introduction
Chapter 1. JDO Overview
Section 1.1. JDO Background
Section 1.2. Domain Object Model
Section 1.3. Orthogonal Persistence
Section 1.4. Non-Managed and Managed Environments
Section 1.5. Roles and Responsibilities
Section 1.6. Summary

Chapter 2. Object Persistence Fundamentals
Section 2.1. Persistence in Applications
Section 2.2. JDK Binary Serialization
Section 2.3. Object-Relational Mapping
Section 2.4. Rolling Your Own Persistence Mapping Layer
Section 2.5. Conclusion
Part 2. The Details
Chapter 3. Getting Started with JDO
Section 3.1. How Does JDO Work?
Section 3.2. The JDO Basics
Section 3.3. Defining a Class
Section 3.4. Connecting to a Datastore
Section 3.5. Creating an Object
Section 3.6. Reading an Object
Section 3.7. Updating an Object
Section 3.8. Deleting an Object
Section 3.9. JDO Object Model
Section 3.10. Exception Handling
Section 3.11. Object Identity
Section 3.12. Types of Object Identity
Section 3.13. Object Lifecycles
Section 3.14. Concurrency Control
Section 3.15. Summary

Chapter 4. Object Lifecycle
Section 4.1. A Persistent Object's Lifecycle
Section 4.2. Finding Out about an Object's State
Section 4.3. Operations That Change State
Section 4.4. Callbacks
Section 4.5. Optional States
Section 4.6. Putting It All Together
Section 4.7. Summary

Chapter 5. Developing with JDO
Section 5.1. JDO Concepts
Section 5.2. JDO Interfaces and Classes
Section 5.3. Basic APIs
Section 5.4. Exception Classes
Section 5.5. Additional APIs
Section 5.6. Service Provider Interface APIs
Section 5.7. Summary

Chapter 6. Finding Your Data
Section 6.1. Finding an Object by Identity
Section 6.2. Finding a Set of Objects Using an Extent
Section 6.3. Finding Objects with the Query Facility
Section 6.4. JDOQL
Section 6.5. Queries, Filters, and Optional parameters
Section 6.6. More on the Query Interface
Section 6.7. Summary

Chapter 7. Architecture Scenarios
Section 7.1. JDO versus JDBC
Section 7.2. RDBMS, ODBMS, and Flatfiles
Section 7.3. J2EE, RMI, and CORBA
Section 7.4. Managed and Non-Managed Environments
Section 7.5. Multi-Threaded Applications
Section 7.6. Summary

Part 3. J2EE
Chapter 8. JDO and the J2EE Connector Architecture
Section 8.1. J2EE Connector Architecture Overview
Section 8.2. JDO and the J2EE Connector Architecture
Section 8.3. Using JDO and the J2EE Connector Architecture
Section 8.5. Using JDO without the J2EE Connector Architecture
Section 8.6. Summary

Chapter 9. JDO and Enterprise JavaBeans
Section 9.1. Introduction
Section 9.2. Session Beans and JDO
Section 9.3. Message-Driven Beans and JDO
Section 9.4. Entity Beans and JDO
Section 9.5. To Use EJB or Not to Use EJB?
Section 9.6. Summary

Chapter 10. Security
Section 10.1. Security Levels
Section 10.2. Implementing PersistenceCapable
Section 10.4. Summary

Chapter 11. Transactions
Section 11.1. Transaction Concepts
Section 11.2. Transactions in Java
Section 11.3. Transactions in JDO
Section 11.4. Summary

Part 4. The Conclusion
Chapter 12. JDO and JDBC
Section 12.1. JDBC 2.0 and 3.0
Section 12.2. Example: Storing Objects in a Relational Database Using JDBC
Section 12.3. Comparison of JDBC and JDO
Section 12.4. Summary

Chapter 13. Tips, Tricks and Best Practices
Section 13.1. Data Modeling
Section 13.2. JDO and Servlets
Section 13.3. Keep Domain Classes Separate from Others
Section 13.4. Using XML as a Data Exchange Format
Section 13.5. Validation
Section 13.6. Summary

Chapter 14. The Road Ahead
Section 14.1. Advanced Transaction Semantics
Section 14.2. Performance Optimizations
Section 14.3. Managed Relationships
Section 14.4. Query Enhancements
Section 14.5. Object Mapping
Section 14.6. Enumeration Pattern
Section 14.7. Summary

Chapter 15. Case Study: The Core JDO Library
Section 15.1. Files, Packages and Object Model
Section 15.2. Persistent Model Package
Section 15.3. Use-case Package
Section 15.4. BookOperation Class
Section 15.5. Putting Things Together

Appendix A. JDO States
Section A.1. How the Tables Should Be Read

Appendix B. XML Metadata
Section B.1. Metadata Location
Section B.2. Metadata Elements
Section B.3. XML DTD
Section B.4. Example

Appendix C. JDOQL BNF Notation
Section C.1. Grammar Notation

Appendix D. PersistenceManager Factory Quick Reference
Section D.1. Optional Features
Section D.2. JDOHelper Properties

Appendix E. JDO Implementations
JDO Implementations
Non-JDO-Compliant Java Persistence Solutions

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