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Java Servlet Programming Bible (With CD-ROM)
by Suresh Rajagopalan, Ramesh Rajamani, Ramesh Krishnaswamy, Sridhar Vijendran
Paperback: 1000 pages
Dimensions (in inches): 1.54 x 8.90 x 7.64
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0764548395; 1st edition (February 2002)
Book Description: Java servlets provide complete object-orientation, platform independence, and robust performance to power a new generation of enterprise-level, Web-based applications. This comprehensive guide shows you how to use servlets to achieve unprecedented speed, extensibility, connectivity, and security. Whether youre a veteran Web developer or a newcomer to enterprise Java, youll find the skills, techniques, and real-world insights to get the most out of Java Servlets. With this book, you'll:
Master hot Java technologies like JavaBeans and exception handling
Use servlets and HTML to handle GET and POST requests
Retrieve data from databases to drive dynamic Web pages
Discover how and when to chain servlets
Manage and maintain sessions using hidden fields, cookies, and URL rewriting
Learn the basic syntax and programming methods of the JSP programming language
Apply the Model View Controller architecture to servlets, JSP, and JavaBeans
Secure your Web applications with HTTP authentication, form-based authentication, and LDAP
About the Author: Suresh Rajagopalan recently completed his B.S. in Computer Science at the University of Technology Sydney in Australia. His specialty is in eCommerce, which is also his minor. He has worked as a Web and Java developer at the eFunds Corporation in St. Paul, Minnesota. Suresh is also an active member of the Programmers Society of UTS.
Ramesh Rajamani is a designer and developer of software products for financial institutions. He has expertise with servlets, JSPs, and J2EE. He is also trains and mentors employees in his company to get them acquainted with the latest Java technologies. Ramesh spends his spare time studying and researching design patterns and their applicability to enterprise Java applications.
Ramesh Krishnaswamy is a software architect who designs and develops business applications for the financial industry. His prime focus is server-side Java and Enterprise application design. Apart from development, he is involved in training people on Java, enterprise applications, object-oriented technologies, and databases.
Sridhar Vijendran is an ardent computer programmer and a keen chess fanatic.
Amen, March 25, 2002
Reviewer: Remi from Grosse Pointe, MI USA
If only I had this book when I first worked with Java Servlets. The writers must have kept their audience in mind when they wrote it. The detailed explanations and examples, in this book, are extremely helpful. I was completely thrown away by their Shopping Cart examples because till this point I have not found any reference material that could superbly explained it the way they do. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is, or plans on, working with Java Servlets to get this book.
great examples, March 14, 2002
Reviewer: Wyatt Smith from Miami, Florida
I thought the examples in this book were excellent. They helped a lot in understanding the concepts. However the 2.3 API has not yet been covered. But overall a good read with good examples.
4 stars get 5 stars, March 13, 2002
Reviewer: Durgaprassad Chandrasekaran from USA
The book was indeed wonderful and comes in handy for a programmer in his day-to-day activities. I am working in Java Servlets for the past one year and I have been wanting to have a quick reference as well a good companion for me.
And I have found one today written by the four stars whose names tell that they belong to my Country. I really feel proud for these people have written such a wonderful book. I would urge the publisher to keep these authors always on the top of their list.
Hats off to the Authors!!!!!!
Old wine in a new bottle !, March 3, 2002
Reviewer: A reader from Dr.Web, NY, United States
Authors are too late !!!
- There are better books available on Servlets & JSPs than this narrowly focussed book.
- Book lack coverage on the new Java Servlet 2.3 Specifications.
- JSP/Servlet communication has not been addressed well.
- Key issues like Servlet Clustering, Packaging & Deployment are missing !!!
How could this be considered as a BIBLE !!!
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