WebSphere Application Server Bible
From the very 1st chapter, this book tackles the main technique of WebSphere Application Server deployment, and provides the necessary tools to design and manage a realistic Websphere technical integration. This book offers clear understanding of the WebSphere Application Server installation and configuration. It provides a complete guide to creating a WebSphere development environment with both WebSphere Studio Site Developer and WebSphere Studio Application Developer. It includes extensive coverage of development for WebSphere including EJBs, JavaServer Pages, and Servlets. It offers WebSphere Administrators solutions for session management and application packaging and more...
- Paperback | 864 pages
- 186.9 x 232.7 x 47mm | 1,265.53g
- 01 Dec 2002
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
- m. Abb.
Table of contents
Preface. Acknowledgements. Part I: Planning and Installation. Chapter 1: Introducing WebSphere Application Server. Chapter 2: Websphere Application Architecture. Chapter 3: Introducing Web Services. Chapter 4: Installing WebSphere Application Server 4.01. Chapter 5: Preparing a Development Environment. Part II: Application Development. Chapter 6: Web Application Analysis and Design. Chapter 8: How to Set Up Web Testing on WSAD. Chapter 9: Java Servlet Development. Chapter 10: More Servlet APIs. Chapter 11: Understanding Session Management. Chapter 12: Developing JavaServer Pages. Chapter 13: Introducing Enterprise JavaBeans. Chapter 14: Developing Enterprise JavaBeans with WSAD. Chapter 15: Additional CMP and Transaction Processing. Chapter 16: Deployment Descriptors and EJB Security Overview. Chapter 17: EJB Best Practices. Chapter 18: Using XML/XSLT in WebSphere. Chapter 19: Developing Web Services. Part III: Systems Administration. Chapter 20: Configurating WebSphere Application Environments. Chapter 21: Configuring Session Management. Chapter 22: Using WebSphere's Application Packaging. Chapter 23: Configuring Security. Part IV: Managing WebSphere. Chapter 24: Workload Management and Optimization. Chapter 25: Using the Resource Analyzer. Chapter 26: Troubleshooting WebSphere. Chapter 27: Using the WebSphere Control Program. Chapter 28: Managing WebSphere with XMLConfig. Index.
About B. Kataoka
Bryon Kataoka is a Solutions Architect/Mentor at Commerce Solutions. He is certified in WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Administration, WebSphere Studio, DB2 7.1, VisualAge for Java and is a certified Java Programmer. He has contributed to multiple VisualAge for Java books and has been a speaker at technical conferences. He is the technical lead at the Northern California/SF WebSphere users group. He has a B.S. in Business Administration with a MIS minor. Dave Ramirez is a Lead Solutions Developer at Commerce Solutions. He is certified in WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Studio, DB2 7.1 and VisualAge for Java. Dave has a B.S. in Business Administration and a minor in Management Information Systems. Dave also contributes to Commerce Solutions training program and is a mentor/lead developer on most of his assignments. He has also submitted papers for publication. Alan Sit is a Solutions Developer working at Commerce Solutions. He is IBM certified in WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere Studio and VisualAge for Java. In addition to his consulting, Alan helps develop training materials and is responsible for WSAD "Brown Bag" presentations. Alan has a B.S. in Business Administration with a minor in Computer Science. Alan is a regular speaker at the Northern California/SF WebSphere User Group.