Java 13: Distributed programming and Java EE

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228 pages
Langue:
 English
The book is a continuation of the subjects in the book about Java 11, but focusing on the development of enterprise applications.
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Poul Klausen er uddannet cand. scient. i matematik fra Aarhus Universitet med speciale i algebraisk topologi. Efter universitetet og et efterfølgende pædagogikum har Poul Klausen primært arbejdet som underviser og det især inden for it uddannelser og gennem de sidste mange år som underviser på datamat...

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Content

  1. Foreword 
  2. Introduction
  3. Java persistence API 
    1. An improved address program 
    2. Exercise 1 
    3. Related tables
    4. Problem 1
  4. Enterprise Java Beans 
    1. A stateful session bean 
    2. A remote Singleton session bean
    3. Exercise 2 
    4. EJB and JPA 
    5. Exercise 3
    6. Transactions
    7. Interception 
    8. A timer service
    9. CRUD with one table 
    10. CRUD with more tables 
    11. Problem 2 
  5. CDI 
    1. Qualifiers 
    2. Contexts 
  6. Web services 
    1. Exercise 4 
    2. Exercise 5 
    3. An EJB as a web service 
    4. Exercise 6 
  7. REST Web services 
    1. ChangeAddress again 
    2. Exercise 7 
  8. Security 
    1. The demo application
    2. Container managed authentication and authorization 
    3. Form authentication
    4. Client certificate 
    5. Programmer defined authentication 
  9. A final example
    1. Analysis 
    2. Design 
    3. Programming

The book is a continuation of the subjects in Java 11, but focusing on the development of enterprise applications. They are programs that performs their work using components or services hosted on different computers and located on different places, which communicate and coordinate their work over a network. Primary topics are Java EE technologies as JPA, EJB and Web Services.

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