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Client/Server Data Access with Java
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Table of Contents
to Client/Server Data Access.
FOUNDATION OF CLIENT/SERVER DATA ACCESS.
Databases and SQL.
Databases and ODMG 2.0.
ArcWorld Sample Database.
JAVA DATA ACCESS.
In a NutShell.
Binding for OODB.
Data Access Applications.
WEB DATA ACCESS.
Applets and Servlets.
JAVA CLIENT/SERVER COMPUTING.
Streams and Object Serialization.
시험 범위는 다음부터 끝(EJB)까지 입니다.
그럼 열심히 공부하십시오...
to Java ORBs.
WEB DATA ACCESS.
for Metadata Interchange.
JAVA COMPONENT ARCHITECTURES.
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Dan Chang ; Dan Harkey
DAN CHANG and DAN HARKEY are both professors
at San Jose State University's CORBA/Java
Distributed Objects Master's program and
lab where they are early adopters of many
of the tools and products discussed in
this book. Dan Chang works at IBM's Database
Technology Institute, focused in the area
of client/server Java and Web data access,
interchange, and warehousing. Dan Harkey
is a distributed objects consultant for
IBM and Robert Orfali's coauthor on four
bestselling titles, including Client/Server
Programming with Java and CORBA, Second
Edition; Essential Client/Server Survival
Guide, Second Edition; Essential Distributed
Objects Survival Guide; and Instant CORBA.
An authoritative insider's guide to
Client/Server Data Access with Java and
Written by two of the foremost client/server
and Java experts in the world, this powerful
book/CD package is a vital programming
tool for all database developers interested
in using Java and XML Web products and
technologies for large corporate applications.
You'll find out what these products are,
how to program them, and how different
and competing technologies can work together.
You will also receive detailed information
on the following topics:
Web and Java?HTTP, HTML, and JDK
Database Systems?RDB/SQL and OODB/ODMG
Java Data Access?JDBC, SQLJ, and ODMG
Web Data Access?Web Gateway Tools like
Data Access Applets, Data Access Servlets/JavaSoft's
Java Web Server, and Microsoft's Dynamic
Java Client/Server Computing?Java Object
Java RMI, and Java ORBs like Inprise's
Web Data Interchange?XML, Xlink/Xpointer,
DOM, and XMI
Java Component Architecture?JavaBeans
and Enterprise JavaBeans like WebLogic's
Databases, JDBC 2.0, SQLJ Part 1 & Part
2, DASL, and more
All sample programs found in this book
Evaluation copies of the tools covered
in this book.