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Professional Java E-Commerce

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Professional Java E-Commerce

Professional Java E-Commerce

1002 pages, parution le 01/02/2001

Résumé

This book has been designed for professional Java programmers who wish to leverage their in-depth knowledge of J2EE technologies to develop e-commerce solutions, either for consumer sites, or business-to-business scenarios.

The term e-commerce encompasses a spectrum of trading interactions from the business-to-consumer (B2C) transactions that facilitate Web-based retail trade, to business-to-business (B2B) data exchange that increases supply chain efficiency. This book shows how the Java platform and Java technologies can be, and have been, employed to develop solutions that address these scenarios.

To allow readers to gain a full appreciation of the diversity of topics involved in building e-commerce solutions, the book consists of five main sections. We begin by looking at the general area of e-business and the commercial considerations surrounding such application development. We then look at the Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition (J2EE), XML, and XSLT. Building on this, we discuss the development of B2C sites for online selling and the design of effective portal sites. Our fourth section is devoted to the expanding area of B2B commerce where XML and XSLT are proving invaluable. Finally, we highlight new developments in the area of m-commerce and see how Java technologies can be used to facilitate trading anywhere. A particular feature of the book is the inclusion of case studies that provide hard won information on the challenges of building effective B2C and B2B applications in the real world.

Contents

Introduction
Section 1 - The E-Commerce Landscape

  • Chapter 1: Defining E-Commerce
  • Chapter 2: Requirements for E-Commerce Systems
  • Chapter 3: Planning the Project
Section 2 - Architecting Java-Based E-Commerce Systems
  • Chapter 4: Architecting E-Commerce Applications
  • Chapter 5: J2EE for E-Commerce Applications
  • Chapter 6: Approaches for E-Commerce Applications
  • Chapter 7: Delivering Data and Data Transformation - XML/XSLT
  • Chapter 8: Security
Section 3 - B2C E-Commerce Solutions
  • Chapter 9: B2C E-Commerce: Simple Site to Sell Goods Online
  • Chapter 10: B2C E-Commerce: Site Usability
  • Chapter 11: B2C E-Commerce: Client Issues
  • Chapter 12: B2C E-Commerce: Extending the Simple Site
  • Chapter 13: In the Marketplace A - B2C with WebLogic and WLCS
  • Chapter 14: B2C E-Commerce: Portal Site
  • Chapter 15: In the Marketplace B - A Customizable Portal Architecture
Section 4 - B2B E-Commerce Solutions
  • Chapter 16: B2B E-Commerce: B2B Foundations
  • Chapter 17: B2B E-Commerce: Integrating Supply Chains
  • Chapter 18 B2B E-Commerce: Transformation
  • Chapter 19: B2B E-Commerce: Mass Integration
  • Chapter 20: In the Marketplace C - Supply Chain Integration
  • Chapter 21: B2B E-Commerce: Internet Application Service Providers
  • Chapter 22: B2B E-Commerce: Inter-Company Workflow
  • Chapter 23: In the Marketplace D - Corporate Purchasing
Section 5 - M-Commerce
  • Chapter 24: Technologies for M-Commerce
  • Chapter 25: Smart Cards
Section 6 - Appendices
  • Appendix A: XML Primer
  • Appendix B: XSLT Primer
  • Appendix C: XML and XSL Files for Chapter 7
  • Appendix D: Hexadecimal Conversion Charts
  • Appendix E: Extract from the Loebner Competition Transcript
  • Appendix F: Package Diagrams for the B2B XML-to-Object Broker Application
  • Index

L'auteur Wrox Team

Michael Brundage, Patrick Dengler, Jeff gabriel, Andy Hoskinson, Michael Kay, Thomas Maxwell, Marcelo Ochoa, Johnny Papa, Mohan Vanmane, John Carnell, Bjarki Holm, Ann Horton, Kevin Mukhar, Daniel O'Connor, Mario Zucca, Michael Awai, Matthew Bortniker, Jaeda goodman, Thomas Kyte, Glenn E. Mitchell II, Gary Nicol, Frank Hubeny, Sean Dillon, Drew Erwin, Guy Ruth-Hammond, Burton Harvey, Simon Robinson, Julia Templeman, Karli Watson, Subrahmanyam Allamaraju, Ronald Ashri, Chad darby, Robert Flenner, Tracy Karsjens, Mark Kerzner, Alex Krotov, Alex Linde, Jim MacIntosh, James McGorven, Thor Mirchandani, Bryan Plaster, Don Reamy, Dr P G Sarang, Dave Writz, Aldo Calpini, Arthur Corliss, Simon Cozens, JJ Merelo-Guervos, Aalhad Saraf, Chris Nandor...

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Éditeur(s) Wrox Press
Auteur(s) Wrox Team
Parution 01/02/2001
Nb. de pages 1002
Format 18,6 x 23,4
Couverture Broché
Poids 1716g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9781861004819

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