June 20, 2019
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Discover how you can utilize SQL Server transactions when nesting calls to stored procedures.

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Discover how to utilize the Lutz .NET Reflector tool to inspect your .NET DLLs.

Java Tip: Simplify Spring Apps with @Autowired

@Autowired is not just for property injection, but also can be used in methods and constructors. Learn to leverage the power of @Autowired into your Java apps.

Comparing the Struts 1 and Struts 2 Web Application Frameworks

Walk through a Struts 1 and Struts 2 application to examine the main differences between the two frameworks.

Messaging with Modal Windows in ASP.NET

Discover how ASP.NET developers can add a quick and easy way to display system messages through modal dialog boxes, similar to those found in thick-client applications.

Expand Your SQL Server 2005 Dictionary Using Extended Properties

Generate a data dictionary using SQL Server 2005 metadata then take it one step further. Use Extended Properties to add additional metadata that will explain why each data object is important to the application that uses it.

Ajax with the ZK Framework

Discover how to utilize the ZK Ajax framework to develop web based Java applications with the look and functionality of desktop applications.

Spring into JavaServer Faces

Spring is a powerful framework for building enterprise Java applications. JSF is a standards-based technology that can simplify Web development. Combine the two with surprisingly little effort, allowing you to take advantage of the best that both Spring and JSF have to offer.

JavaServer Faces and ASP.NET - A Side by Side Look Part 2

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JavaServer Faces and ASP.NET - A Side by Side Look

Take a look at a high-level comparison of two popular technologies available to web application developers - JavaServer Faces (JSF) and ASP.NET.

Enrich Your Applications with JSP Components

Discover how to utilize JSP (JavaServer Pages) Tags from a few quality open-source projects to add impressive visual components to J2EE Web applications.

Wiring Java Applications with Spring

Explore the popular open-source framework Spring and how it can be used to wire Java applications using Inversion of Control (IOC). This article introduces Spring, discusses the concept of Inversion of Control (sometimes known as Dependency Injection), and shows how Spring enables you to develop clean, robust Java applications.

Rapid J2EE Development with Oracle ADF

Learn about Oracle's Application Developer Framework (ADF) and how it integrates with J2EE. Explore the basic concepts and terminology behind this framework, and then see how ADF can help Oracle developers build quality J2EE applications in a short amount of time.

When it comes to Java Tools Sun Java Studio Creator beats them all!

For those Java programmers who like the drag-and-drop and RAD approach.

Top DBMS Product More Than Just Pie in The Sky

This year's DBMS winner has earned praise within the Java community as one of only a few pure Java database offerings.

Securing J2EE Applications with a Servlet Filter

Now you can implement authorization for a J2EE application utilizing a Servlet Filter. This is a simple and unobtrusive way to satisfy authorization requirements. It can be plugged into a new or existing application running on any Servlet container.

Product Review: Sun Java Studio Enterprise 7

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Adding Charts to Web-Based J2EE Applications

Easily add grapical charts to any Java-based Web applications. Using two popular open-source projects, Cewolf and JFreeChart, developers can provide users a way to visually analyze data through a web browser.

Database Configuration, the XML Alternative

With the popularity of XML today, a common design decision is to configure business application with markup files. While XML has its advantages, storing this type of information in the database brings its own benefits.

Building Web Applications with Oracle HTML DB, Part 2

Explore some of the functionality behind HTML DB's Application Builder component.

Building Web Applications with Oracle HTML DB, Part 1

Get a look at the HTML DB developer suite from Oracle. Michael Klaene gives a high level overview of HTML DB and demonstrates how to quickly build an application without code.

Oracle Programming with PL/SQL Collections

Get familiar with Oracle PL/SQL Collections. Discover the three collection types for Oracle PL/SQL: nested tables, varrays, and associative arrays, and learn when to use them.

Developing to the Java Portlet Specification

Learn how to develop a simple portlet that adheres to the specification.

SQL*Plus Tips for Oracle Beginners

If you are new to Oracle, do yourself a favor and spend a few minutes to get comfortable with these SQL*Plus commands.

Understanding the Java Portlet Specification

The Java Portlet Specification promises to simplify the development of enterprise portals by providing a standards-based set of APIs. This article will highlight the main concepts behind the Java Portlet Specification.

Using iBatis SQL Maps for Java Data Access

Are you frustrated by programming directly againg JDBC? SQL Maps provides an efficient way to graph database values to Java objects through the use of XML configuration files.

Oracle and Java Stored Procedures

An introduction to Oracle Java stored procedures, including an overview of the technology, its benefits, and a step by step guide on how to write them.

Auditing Oracle Data

Learn how to create an audit trail for application data on an Oracle database (Oracle 8 and up). It includes two scripts that can be used to quickly get started.

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