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Java Server Programming

Java Server Programming

Andrew Patzer, Danny Ayers, Hans Bergsten, Jason Diamond - Collection Professional

1120 pages, parution le 10/08/1999


Web applications are increasingly standard HTML pages dynamically generated on the server, usually from a database. ASP does exactly this on Windows NT. Since ASP only runs on Windows NT & IIS web server, sites that run on the freeware Apache server have been limited to Perl/CGI which is single-threaded. This means that it every request to the server creates a new process, allocating memory space and using processor time. Single-threaded apps put high loads on the server and are less scalable. Java, like ASP, is multi-threaded so that each request runs in the same memory and process space, leading to less server load. Now web server developers can use Java on the server that is scalable and server independent. Java provides technologies to allow for server side processing (servlets), dynamic content generation (servlets, beans) and dynamic presentation (Java Server Pages).

From the Publisher
Who is this Book for? Programmers with Java experience who:

Have a good grasp of Java fundamentals, eg have completed Beginning Java 2

Are developing, or want to develop, professional Web applications with Java

About the Author
Danny Ayers
During the day, mild-mannered Danny Ayers tends the network at High Peak College (University of Derby), in the Derbyshire Peak District. At night he becomes a freelance writer and consultant Information Engineer. His interests include neural networks, woodcarving and drill'n'bass music. His first PC was a PET 2001 Series (8k).

Hans Bergsten
Hans has almost twenty years experience as a software developer. During seventeen years at Ericsson he developed software systems for everything from IBM mainframes, through DEC minicomputers and Unix workstations and servers, to PCs. He's worked with object oriented concepts the last ten years, using Simula, Smalltalk, C/C++ and Java, developed database applications and network based applications since the late eighties, and started to study Java when it was first made public in 1995.

In 1997 Hans founded Gefion Software to further develop his ideas about network based, platform independent software systems. Gefion Software is a Java server-side technology leader with three popular Java servlet based products: a component suite for easy development of dynamic websites (InstantOnline Basic), a servlet engine for Netscape web servers (WAICoolRunner), and a Java web server with servlet support (LiteWebServer).
Hans is a member of the working groups for both the Servlet API and JavaServer Pages (JSP) specifications and is a frequent writer of articles for Java and web design related web sites.

Mike Bogovich
Michael S. Bogovich is a Consultant and Technical Manager with BALR Corporation in Oak Brook, Illinois, and has been working with object-oriented languages and relational databases for ten years. He is a member of the Chicagoland Java User Group.

Jason Diamond
Jason Diamond is a software engineer and musician currently enjoying life in sunny Oceanside, CA.

Matthew Ferris
Matthew E. Ferris is a consultant with BALR Corporation in Oak Brook Illinois, and has been working with Object-oriented software for the past 5 years. He is a Sun Certified Java Programmer, and president of the Chicagoland Java User Group.

Marc Fleury
Marc Fleury is an independent contractor based out of Foster City CA in the Silicon Valley. Marc focuses on server side Java and e-commerce implementations. In a previous life he earned degrees in mathematics and theoretical physics, and topped off his long studies with a Ph.D. in Physics. He was reborn when the software bug bit him and bit him hard. Marc joined Sun Microsystems where he spent 3 years as a Java evangelist and an SAP expert, before going independent. In his spare time Marc likes to contribute to various open source projects including EJBoss, the EJB server for Linux, and is commited to seeing the webOS become an open source reality before he dies.

Paul Houle
Paul recently got his Ph.D. in Physics from Cornell University and is now completing his post-doctoral research in Dresden Germany. He likes Unix, Java and his two cats. He's moving into web consulting and is currently doing research on intelligent webcrawlers and content analysis of large hypertexts.

Sing Li
Bitten by the microcomputer bug since 1978, Sing has grown up with the microprocessor age. His first personal computer was a $99 do-it-yourself Netronics COSMIC ELF computer with 256 bytes of memory, mail ordered from the back pages of Popular Electronics magazine. Currently, Sing is an active author, consultant, and entrepreneur. He has written for popular technical journals and is the creator of the "Internet Global Phone", one of the very first Internet phones available. His wide-ranging consulting expertise spans Internet and Intranet systems design, distributed architectures, digital convergence, embedded systems, real-time technologies, and cross platform software design.
Recently, he has completed an assignment with Nortel Multimedia Labs working in Computer Telephony Integration, and Advanced Callcenter Management products. Sing is a founder of microWonders, an emerging company specializing in products to fulfill the ubiquitous "computing anywhere" vision. He is also an active participant in the Jini community.

Piroz Mohseni
Piroz Mohseni is president of Bita Technologies focusing on business improvement through effective usage of technology. His areas of interest include enterprise Java, XML and business-to-business e-commerce applications. Prior to that he was a Member of Technical Staff and chief architect for a 100% pure Java application server at Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories. He writes regularly for various Java publications and is an occasional speaker at conferences.

Andrew Patzer
Andrew Patzer is a consultant specializing in application development using Java technologies. He is a Sun certified Java Programmer and has delivered presentations to many different user groups and conferences focusing mostly on component development and distributed architectures.

Ron Phillips
Ron Phillips has been designing and developing commercial software tools for over ten years, with commercial 4GL environments, programming languages and software design tools to his credit. He is active in the IT community, and has spoken at several industry conferences in the USA and Europe. His current research efforts focus on distributed objects, n-tier systems and mobile agents.

Krishna Vedati
Krishna Vedati is a senior software engineer at ValiCert, Inc. Prior to working at ValiCert, he was a senior software engineer at Rational Software Corporation, designing and developing load testing tools for X-windows and Web servers. He also contributed to the Wrox Press book Beginning Linux Programming, and has taught introductory courses in Tcl and PGP for the Linux community. His technical areas of interest include Internet Security, Network Agents, Internet Protocols, Scripting Languages and Graphical User Interfaces. If he's not in front of the computer coding, he is out playing cricket.

Mark Wilcox
Mark is the Web Administrator for the University of North Texas (Denton). Mark has been programming LDAP Directory Services for 18 months. He has used LDAP to provide a common means for user authentication for UNT's on-line course related materials and built a gateway to the Directory server for users to update their data (such as email and phone numbers) in Server-Side JavaScript. He is a regular columnist for Netscape's ViewSource magazine.

Stefan Zeiger
Stefan Zeiger has been working as a freelance Java programmer since 1997 and studying computer science at the Technical University of Darmstadt since 1996. He is the author of the NetForge web server software and the popular online servlet tutorial Servlet Essentials.

L'auteur - Andrew Patzer

Andrew Patzer is a web architect for a consulting firm located in the Midwest. His first book, Professional Java Server Programming, is a bestseller and one of the first books to cover J2EE technologies. Andrew recently served as a lead systems architect for an industry-leading application service provider in the insurance industry. He was directly involved in designing and building a J2EE development framework upon which the company's key product was built. Andrew has delivered several presentations over the years to both local user groups and national conferences.

L'auteur - Hans Bergsten

Hans Bergsten is the founder of Gefion Software, a company focused on Java services and products based on the J2EE technlogies. Hans has been an active participant in the working groups for both the servlet and JSP specifications from the time they were formed. He also contributes to other related JCP specifications, such as JSP Standard Tag Libraries (JSTL), and helped get the development of the Apache Tomcat reference implementation for servlet and JSP started as one of the initial members of the Apache Jakarta Project Management Committee.

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Éditeur(s) Wrox Press
Auteur(s) Andrew Patzer, Danny Ayers, Hans Bergsten, Jason Diamond
Collection Professional
Parution 10/08/1999
Nb. de pages 1120
EAN13 9781861002778


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