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J2EE and XML Development by Kurt Gabrick, David Weiss et al.

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<pre>Author/s : Kurt Gabrick, David Weiss et al.
Publisher : Manning
Category : J2EE & Distributed Computing
Review by : Ajith Kallambella
Rating : 8 horseshoes
A new acronym is born every week. JAXP, JAXB, JAXM, JAXR, SOAP, JAXRPC, JDOM... and the list continues. You have heard them all; you have probably played with them too. Perhaps you are even eager to start using them in your application, but not sure where to start. In the grand scheme of things, it becomes rather confusing how these technologies juxtapose and work in synergy to solve a problem.
This book helps you understand, appreciate and most importantly start using XML support offered by J2EE. It begins with an introduction to various ways XML can be used in a plain Java application - parsers, the all new JAXPack, parsing with JAXP, XML messaging with JAXM, data-binding with JAXB, transformations etc. With this background readers are quickly whisked into the realm of distributed computing.
The subsequent chapters present the readers a plethora of opportunities for using XML in a typical J2EE enterprise application for improving robustness and manageability. Facilitating component interaction and collaboration in a distributed environment using protocols such as XML-RPC and JAXM, implementing SOAP and Webservices, XML based persistence, Java collections with JDOM, and even XML for MVC based user interface programming. Every concept is explained with a concise example illustrating its intended use and scope.
Benefits offered by XML are too expensive to ignore. This book is your survival guide to understand the repertoire of XML based technologies and adopt them in your existing enterprise system.
A free copy is available at www.theserverside.com
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