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Java Server and Servlets is an indispensable resource for developers and Java programmers who are responsible for constructing Web-based server-side applications for small to medium-sized companies. It introduces all the relevant technologies and explains how to use them, and then goes on to describe the design principles behind building your own Web server and how to build your own applications. The authors have created their SMI (Servlet Method Invocation), an extension based on the servlet API, and provide their own software, the servlet engine Jo!. In addition to providing an illustrated example of how to build a web server, the book also covers a framework, WebApp, for the developer who, having understood the principles laid out, can use it as a basis for creating and developing better applications.
Peter Rossbach has 10 years' practical experience in Object Oriented analysis, design and programming, most recently concentrating on using Java for web applications. He has led the development of a distributed content management system for commerce and banking which now supplies up-to-date information to more than 500 sites, and has recently founded his own company which creates products and projects for Java-based e-commerce solutions. Hendrik Schreiber caught the Java bug 5 years ago and since then has worked as a contract developer on the development of Web applications and servers. His work involves the creation of the Java-based script language objectHTML and the servlet-enabled web server 'Jo!'.
About the Authors Page. Preface. The Software for the Book. Notation in UML. Questions and Suggestions. Our Thanks. I. BASIS 1. Fundamentals. 2. HTTP Server. 3. Servlets. II. WEBAPP FRAMEWORK. 4. Configuration Management. 5. Protocol Service. 6. Server Toolkit. 7. Developing Jo! The Servlet Engine. 8. Servlet Method Invocation. 9. Java Objects in a Relational Database. 10 Generating Dynamic HTML Pages with Servlets. III. APPLICATIONS. 11. Storebrowser. 12. Onlineshop. 13. Chat. 14. Final Comments. Appendix A: Configfilereader File Format. Appendix B: Options for Configuring the Persistence Framework. Appendix C: Deployment Descriptor's DTD. Appendix D: Figures. Appendix E: Tables. Appendix F: Listings. Bibliography. Index.
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