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Foreword
Preface
1 Introduction
Challenges of Enterprise Application Development
Programming Productivity
Response to Demand
Integration with Existing Systems
Freedom to Choose
Maintaining Security
The Platform for Enterprise Solutions
J2EE Platform Overview
J2EE Platform Benefits
J2EE Application Scenarios
Multitier Application Scenario
Stand-Alone Client Scenario
Web-Centric Application Scenario
Business-to-Business Scenario
A Note on the MVC Architecture
Summary
2 J2EE Platform Technologies
Component Technologies
Applets and Application Clients
Web Components
Enterprise JavaBeans Components
Components, Containers, and Services
Platform Roles
J2EE Product Provider
Application Component Provider
Application Assembler
Deployer
System Administrator
Tool Provider
Platform Services
Naming Services
Deployment Services
Transaction Services
Security Services
Service Technologies
JDBC API
Java Transaction API and Service
Java Naming and Directory Interface
Connector Architecture
Communication Technologies
Internet Protocols
Remote Method Invocation Protocols
Object Management Group Protocols
Messaging Technologies
Data Formats
Summary
3 The Client Tier
Requirements and Constraints
Operating Environment
Deployment
Implementation
Overview of Client Options
Web Clients
Protocols
Content Format
Types of Web Clients
EJB Clients
Protocols and Facilities
Strengths and Weaknesses
Types of EJB Clients
Enterprise Information System Clients
Designing for Multiple Types of Client
Model
View
Controller
Summary
4 The Web Tier
Web Applications and Web Containers
Dynamic Content Creation
Common Gateway Interface
Servlets
JavaServer Pages Technology
Servlets and JSP Pages
Web Component Roles
Servlets
JSP Pages Versus Servlets
JSP Page Design
JavaBeans Components
Custom Tags
Using Scriptlets and Expressions
Internationalization and Localization
Internationalization
Localization
Application Designs
Applications with Basic JSP Pages and Servlets
Applications with Modular Components
EJB-Centric Applications
Application Migration
Migrating a Web-Centric Application to Use
Enterprise Beans
Summary
5 The Enterprise JavaBeans Tier
Business Logic
Common Requirements of Business Objects
Enterprise Beans as J2EE Business Objects
Enterprise Beans and EJB Containers
Entity Beans
Guidelines for Using Entity Beans
Persistence in Entity Beans
Session Beans
Stateful Session Beans
Stateless Session Beans
Design Guidelines
Data Access Objects
Value Objects
Session Beans as a Facade to Entity Beans
Master-Detail Modeling Using Enterprise Beans
Summary
6 The Enterprise Information System Tier
Enterprise Information System Capabilities and Limitations
Enterprise Information System Integration Scenarios
An Internet E-Store Application
An Intranet Human Resources Application
A Distributed Purchasing Application
Relational Database Management System Access
Other Enterprise Information System Access
Application Component Provider Tasks
Application Programming Model
Programming Access to Data and Functions
Client API for Enterprise Information System Access
Tools for Application Development
Access Objects
Connections
Establishing a Connection
Guidelines for Connection Management
Security
Security Architecture
Application Programming Model
Resource Signon
J2EE Connector Architecture
Summary
7 Packaging and Deployment
Roles and Tasks
Packaging J2EE Applications
EJB Modules
Packaging Components Into EJB Modules
Web Modules
Packaging Components Into Web Modules
Application Client Modules
Deployment Descriptors
Specifying Deployment Descriptor Elements
Deployment Tools
Deployment Tool Actions
Deployment Tool Requirements
Summary
8 Transaction Management
Properties of Transactions
J2EE Platform Transactions
Scenarios
Accessing Multiple Databases
Accessing Multiple Enterprise Information Systems
From Multiple EJB Servers
JTA Transactions
JTA and JTS
Transactions in Applets and Application Clients
Transactions in Web Components
Transactions in Enterprise Beans
Bean-Managed Transaction Demarcation
Container-Managed Transaction Demarcation
Transaction Guidelines
Transactions in Enterprise Information Systems
JTA Transactions
Resource Manager Local Transactions
Choosing Between JTA and Local Transactions
Compensating Transactions
Isolation Level
Summary
9 Security
Security Threats and Mechanisms
Authentication
Protection Domains
Authentication Mechanisms
Authentication Call Patterns
Auto-Registration
Exposing Authentication Boundaries with References
Authorization
Declarative Authorization
Programmatic Authorization
Declarative Versus Programmatic Authorization
Isolation
Identity Selection
Encapsulation for Access Control
Controlling Access to J2EE Resources
Example
Protecting Messages
Integrity Mechanisms
Confidentiality Mechanisms
Identifying Sensitive Components
Ensuring Confidentiality of Web Resources
Auditing
Summary
10 The Sample Application
Application Functionality
Scenarios
Functional Specification
Application Architecture
Application Modules
Application Design
The View
Shopping Interaction Interface
JSP Pages
Examples
The Model
State in the J2EE Platform
Persistent Data
Implementation
The Controller
Main
RequestProcessor
RequestToEventTranslator
ShoppingClientControllerWebImpl
ShoppingClientController
StateMachine
ScreenFlowManager
Model-View Synchronization
MVC Summary
Stateless Services
Example: A Mailer Bean
Deployment
Transactions
Security
Requirements
Implementation
10.12 Summary
Afterword
Glossary
Index







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