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Java Enterprise Best Practices

Publisher : O'Reilly
Pub Date : December 2002
ISBN : 0-596-00384-6
Pages : 288

Until Java Enterprise Best Practices, advanced Java developers relied on the advice of a loose-knit community of fellow developers, time-consuming online searches for examples or suggestions for the immediate problem they faced, and tedious trial-and-error. But Java has grown to include a huge number of APIs, classes, and methods. Now it is simply too large for even the most intrepid developer to know it all. The need for a written compendium of J2EE Best Practices has never been greater. Java Enterprise Best Practices focuses on the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) APIs. The J2EE APIs include such alphabet soup acronyms as EJB, JDBC, RMI, XML, and JMX.

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Chapter 1. Introduction to Java Enterprise Best Practices
Section 1.1. How Does a Best Practice Come About?
Section 1.2. Can Best Practices Be Arguable?
Section 1.3. What's in This Book?
Section 1.4. About the Practices Themselves
Section 1.5. Enterprise Java Programming Resources Online

Chapter 2. EJB Best Practices
Section 2.1. Design
Section 2.2. Implementation
Section 2.3. Deployment and Packaging

Chapter 3. Servlet Best Practices
Section 3.1. Working Effectively with Servlets
Section 3.2. Caching with Servlets
Section 3.3. Other Servlet Tips

Chapter 4. JDBC Best Practices
Section 4.1. Configuration
Section 4.2. Design
Section 4.3. Code
Section 4.4. General Database

Chapter 5. XML Best Practices
Section 5.1. XML Authoring
Section 5.2. SAX
Section 5.3. DOM
Section 5.4. JAXP

Chapter 6. RMI Best Practices
Section 6.1. Marshalling and Unmarshalling Objects
Section 6.2. Making Applications More Robust
Section 6.3. Improving Application Performance
Section 6.4. Further Reading

Chapter 7. Java Management Extensions
Section 7.1. Naming
Section 7.2. Instrumentation

Chapter 8. Enterprise Internationalization
Section 8.1. Internationalization and Localization
Section 8.2. Presentation Layer
Section 8.3. Business Object Layer
Section 8.4. Data Access Layer

Chapter 9. JSP Best Practices
Section 9.1. Appropriate Usage of JSP in an Enterprise Application
Section 9.2. Page Design
Section 9.3. Caching
Section 9.4. Error Handling
Section 9.5. Custom Component Development
Section 9.6. Deployment

Chapter 10. JavaMail Best Practices
Section 10.1. Understanding Enterprise Email
Section 10.2. Sending Email
Section 10.3. Email for System Integration
Section 10.4. Performance Optimization

Chapter 11. Enterprise Performance Tuning Best Practices
Section 11.1. Performance Planning
Section 11.2. The Performance Environment
Section 11.3. Proactive Performance Management in Production
Section 11.4. Efficient Distributed Computing Architecture
Section 11.5. Tuning Procedure
Section 11.6. User Perceptions
Section 11.7. Tuning Techniques
Section 11.8. Miscellaneous Best Practices

Chapter 12. List of Contributors

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