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Where can I find Table of Contents for J2EE 1.4 : The Big Picture

 
Srikanth Shenoy
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Hi Solveig,

Where can I find the table of contents for your book?
I didn't find it on Amazon, Pearson's site nor at your own book site.

Based on my own experience, I've seen the sales jump when the TOC is provided.

Thanks,
 
Alvin chew
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hi, mr.srikanth , i also can't find the official website to hold table of contents in this j2EE1.4:big picture book, anyway , he do mentioned it in thread, i have copy down for your reference

Part 1 just does the first pass on a variety of topics:
- What's a container
- More on what a container is and the basic technologies of J2EE
- What's up with that multi-tier architecture, what's the point, what J2EE technologies are on each tier
- What's up with open standards
- The different containers
- Key advantages of J2EE
- Walkthrough of a sample process
- questions to ask when considering J2EE

Part II provides more detailed info on the Web server, Web container, JSPs, sevlets, EJBs, EJB container, databases, and Web services.

Part III provides an overview of security, resource management like database connection pooling, internationalization, J2EE architecture, and UML and patterns.

Part IV, the appendix, has a section on plain Java, a section on object orientation, a list of servers, and a glossary of buzzwords.
 
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