Complete Java 2 Training Course Multimedia Cyberclassroom

Complete Java 2 Training Course Multimedia Cyberclassroom

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Design and construct robust applications and applets with Java! *Master today's most important Java 2 development and UML design skills hands on, with real programs and expert instruction from world-renowned corporate trainers! *Get fast, in-depth answers from the fully searchable copy of Java How to Program, Fourth Edition! *More than 12 hours of detailed audio explanations walk you through 250+ complete, ready-to-run programs-10,000+ lines of live code you can load, run, and adapt! Created by leading corporate trainers Deitel & Associates, the Java Multimedia Cyber Classroom provides hands-on, interactive training that gets you up-and-running with Java - fast! The Cyber Classroom features a fully searchable, electronic copy of the outstanding introductory Java textbook, Java How to Program along with more than 12 hours of detailed audio explanations that walk you through over 250 complete and working programs. You also get over 10,000 lines of live code that you can load, run, and adapt.Test your knowledge with hundreds of interactive self-review questions and programming exercises and discover hundreds of tips and ideas for maximizing performance, interoperability, and reusability-and for avoiding and troubleshooting problems!
You'll start with basic Java syntax and control structures then master methods, arrays, object-oriented programming, graphics, Swing user interface programming, exceptions, multithreading, multimedia-even network programming. This new edition has been enhanced throughout, and includes a start-to-finish UML design case study for building robust, high-performance enterprise applications. It'll help gain true Java mastery faster than you ever thought possible!
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  • CD-ROM | 1 pages
  • 172 x 230 x 4mm | 100g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • 4th edition
  • 013064935X
  • 9780130649355

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. I. WEB SERVICES. 1. The Web Service Phenomenon. The Information Age and the Internet. The Web of Services. The Ecosystem. 2. E-Speak Overview. The E-Speak Service Engine. Service Registry. Service Framework Specification. II. WEB SERVICE DEVELOPMENT. 3. A Simple E-Speak Service. Interfaces and the ESIDL Compiler. The Greeting Service. Deploying a Service. The Service Client. In Action. 4. Understanding Client-Service Interactions. Communicating Results to the Client. A Service's Many Clients. Problems with Single-Instance Service Deployment. Effective Service Architectures. Where Do You Stand? 5. Vocabularies and Contracts. Vocabularies. Contracts. Registering in Multiple Contracts and Vocabularies. 6. Advanced Service Interactions. Events. Service Composition. Out-of-Band Data Transfer. Service Portals. III. WEB SERVICE DEPLOYMENT. 7. Multicore Environment. Multicore Architecture. The Advertising Service. Hotel Ecosystem Revisited. Supporting a Multicore Deployment. 8. Security. Security Levels. Private Security Environment. Attribute-Based Certificates. In Action. Default Security Environment. Certificate Issuers. 9. Firewall Traversal. Firewalls and E-speak services. Accessing a Service Inside a Firewall. Hotel Ecosystem with Firewalls. In Action. Security Considerations. Accessing a Service Outside a Firewall. 10. Persistence. Persistence. Persistifying Service References. Persistifying Services. Core Repositories. Persistifying Advertising Services. 11. Service Registries. A Registry as a Directory. E-services Village. Maturing of the Registry Concept. The Future of Registries. IV. APPLIED E-SPEAK. 12. Case Studies. Procurement. RFQ Basics. RFQ Business Process Flow. RFQ Processing for AmCAR, Inc. AmCAR RFQ System. The AmCAR Procurement Ecosystem. Deployment. Location-Based Mobile Services. Summary. 13. E-Services and Web Services. Service Invocation. Security Provisions. Low-Level Interoperability Infrastructure. High-Level Interoperability Infrastructure. Service Description. Service Registries. Orchestration of Public Business Processes. Integration with Behind-the-Firewall Workflows. Summary. 14. Comparable Technologies. E-Speak Engine. Registry Technologies. Service Framework. 15. Competitive Landscape. Recognized Leaders. Strong Industry Participants. Honorable Mentions. Summary. 16. Future of E-Services and Web Services at HP. E-Speak Technology. Registry. Focus on Standards. Summary. V: Appendixes. A: Installing and Configuring E-Speak. Installing e-Speak. Uninstalling e-Speak. B: Setting Up DSN. Datasources. C: Databases and Database Wrapper Utility. Order Database. Hotel Pricing Database. Airline Pricing Database. D: Property Methods for Vocabulary A
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