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Professional Java Servlets 2.3
by Andrew Harbourne-Thomas, Sam Dalton, Simon Brown, Bjarki Holm, Tony Loton, Meeraj Kunnumpurath, Subrahmanyam Allamaraju, John Bell, Sing Li
Paperback: 700 pages
Dimensions (in inches): 1.55 x 9.00 x 7.28
Publisher: Wrox Press Inc
ISBN: 186100561X; 1st edition (January 2002)
Book Description: Java servlets are fast becoming indispensable enterprise components, as they provide a means to build scalable and portable business services that communicate over the Web. This book provides a comprehensive guide to developing applications based on the Java Servlet 2.3 API, a part of the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition 1.3.
The book reveals how and where servlets fit into an enterprise solution, and addresses issues such as security, scalability, performance and design. It walks you through the API covering the role of all the classes and interfaces and provides lots of example applications to demonstrate servlets in action. The book also covers the key role that servlets play in the new web services development model.
What does this book cover?
• The servlet container and the services it provides
• Creating and deploying web applications in Tomcat
• Persisting the state of servlets
• Filters and Event Listeners
• Security and Container Authentication
• Debugging servlets
• The effects of classloading and synchronization on the behavior of web applications
• Optimizing the performance of web applications
• Using servlets as agents with web services
From the Publisher: This book is for Java programmers who are moving into working with J2EE components and want to learn how to apply their skills to create real-world web components.
Knowledge of the Java language and core APIs is assumed. An understanding of XML will be of benefit, but is not essential.
About the Author: Andrew Harbourne-Thomas is an independent consultant focussing on J2EE application design and development and project management. He started working life as an economist, followed by several years working as an independent consultant to top companies including Microsoft, focussing on technology, strategy and project management.
Sam Dalton is a Technical Architect, and has worked with Java and related technologies for a number of years, in various industries, including investment banking, insurance, and retail eCommerce. Sam was fortunate enough to present and co-present several very popular sessions at JavaOne in 2001.
Simon Brown is a Technical Architect working in London and has been using Java since 1996. During this time he has been involved with many Java developments, acting as technical lead, mentor and trainer. Outside of work he has spoken at several Java events including JavaOne, has been published on JavaWorld and co-authored the 2nd edition of Professional JSP.
Great Servlet Technology Resource, February 8, 2002
Reviewer: Dan Jepp from London, UK
Another great book from Wrox's Professional Series.
A more concise (700 pages) book than other in the 'Professional' range that I feel benefits from a great choice of chapters that not only provides you with the basics of Java Servlets but also those topics often skipped over elsewhere.
Covering the new Servlet 2.3 API, deployment issues, filtering, scaleability techniques etc, this book provides a comprehensive insight to the use of Servlet Technology and best practices in the real world.
Aimed at the profesional Java developer this book is an excellent resource for anyone currently working with Servlets/JSP/Webapps or any one wishing to learn Java Servlet Technology.
I worked as a Technical Reviewer on this book and can personally vouch for the excellent array of chapters each packed with easily adaptible, real world examples.
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