J2EE AntiPatterns

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John Wiley & Sons, 2003/08/19 - 624 ページ
"The flip-side of Patterns, AntiPatterns provide developers with formal descriptions of common development gaffes that can derail a project along with practical guidelines on how to avoid them. In this book, the authors present dozens of Java AntiPatterns that tackle many of Java's biggest trouble spots for programming with EJB, JSP, Servlets, and more. Each AntiPattern is documented with real-world examples, code, and refactored (or escape-route) solutions, and the book uses UML (where appropriate) to diagram improved solutions. All code examples from the book are available to the reader on the book's companion Web site."
 

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目次

Chapter 1 Distribution and Scaling
1
Chapter 2 Persistence
63
Chapter 3 ServiceBased Architecture
111
Chapter 4 JSP Use and Misuse
155
Chapter 5 Servlets
231
Chapter 6 Entity Beans
283
Chapter 7 Session EJBs
361
Chapter 8 MessageDriven Beans
411
Chapter 9 Web Services
447
Chapter 10 J2EE Services
509
Appendix A AntiPatterns Catalog
555
Appendix B Refactorings Catalog
565
Appendix C Whats on the Web Site
575
References
579
Index
581
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著者について (2003)

BILL DUDNEY is a Java architect who?s been building J2EE applications for five years and distributed computing solutions for 14. He is co-author of Jakarta® Pitfalls (Wiley).

STEPHEN ASBURY is co-author of Developing JavaTM Enterprise Applications and author of Enterprise Linux® at Work (both from Wiley), as well as four other books on development technology.

JOSEPH K. KROZAK is Vice President of Technology Development for Krozak Information Technologies, Inc., a supplier of advanced software solutions to Fortune 500 and mid-market companies.

KEVIN WITTKOPF has been a software architect and developer for more than seventeen years. He focuses on enterprise integration, Web services, messaging, and service-based architecture.

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