Learn to use XML and XSL in your Java projects to help designers and programmers co-exist on the same project.
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Walk through the steps of creating a stateless session bean, a simple CMP (Container Managed Persistence) entity bean, then deploying everything on a JBoss application server with the support of MySQL.
Store objects of any kind without the common data persistence problems.
Explore the possibilities JMX can add to your applications.
Discover how to build J2EE application components that create, send, receive, and read messages using JMS (Java Message Service.)
Walk through the deployment process and the subsequent automatic update of the client's GUI with the help of the Java Web Start technology.
Learn how to work with the simplest yet rather convenient method of authorization.
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A primer on SOAP for the Java programmer.
Are you struggling because Java doesn't have directives and the use of a built-in preprocessor? Put your Java programs into an XML document, and, by using the necessary style tables with the help of help of an XSL processor, transform them into compiled Java applications.
Learn how you can now use JSP for rapidly-built front ends that easily tap in to SQL databases.