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Client/server data access with Java

Client/server data access with Java

Daniel T. Chang, Dan Harkey

634 pages, parution le 20/11/1998

Résumé

This text covers the following topics and discusses not only what they are and how to program, but also how different and competing technologies can work together: Java database access; JDBC, JSQL, ODMG mapping; object transaction processing; Microsoft's Viper, IBM's BOSS, BEA's Tuxedo/Iceberg; Java ORBS like JavaSoft's RMI, Visigenic's Java 3.0, JavaSoft's JOE, and DCOM for Java Web Database Access; Dynamic HTML, DataApplets, Data Beans, and Visual JavaScript; Java agents for database access; and mobile agents and data agents. There are also benchmarks and tests featuring tools from Sun, Symantec, IBM, Netscape, Oracle and Microsoft, General Magic and Visigenic.

Table of contents :


Foreword ..... v
Preface ..... vii
Chapter 1: Introduction to Client/Server ..... 1
Part 1: Foundation of Client/Server Data Access ..... 13
Chapter 2: Web Basics ..... 15
Chapter 3: Java Primer ..... 31
Chapter 4: Relational Databases and SQL ..... 67
Chapter 5: Object-Oriented Databases and ODMG 2.0 ..... 85
Chapter 6: The ArcWorld Sample Database ..... 103
Part 2: Java Data Access ..... 107
Chapter 7: JDBC in a Nutshell ..... 109
Chapter 8: Introduction to SQLJ ..... 143
Chapter 9: Java Binding for OODB ..... 173
Chapter 10: Sample Data Access Applications ..... 187
Part 3: Web Data Access ..... 221
Chapter 11: Dynamic Web Pages ..... 223
Chapter 12: Java Applets and Servlets ..... 241
Chapter 13: Dynamic HTML ..... 277
Part 4: Java Client/Server Computing ..... 289
Chapter 14: Java Streams and Object Serialization ..... 291
Chapter 15: Java RMI Overview ..... 327
Chapter 16: Introduction to Java ORBs ..... 367
Part 5: Web Data Access ..... 397
Chapter 17: Introduction to XML ..... 399
Chapter 18: DOM and SAX ..... 419
Chapter 19: XML for Metadata Interchange ..... 453
Part 6: Java Component Architectures ..... 469
Chapter 20: JavaBeans ..... 471
Chapter 21: Enterprise JavaBeans ..... 501
Chapter 22: Conclusion: Emerging ..... 555
Where to Go for More Information ..... 579
Index ..... 583

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Éditeur(s) Wiley
Auteur(s) Daniel T. Chang, Dan Harkey
Parution 20/11/1998
Nb. de pages 634
Format 229 x 152
EAN13 9780471245773

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