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Index: E

e-commerce
firewall problems, overcoming with HTTP: 11.3 Web Components and EJB, Enterprise JavaBeans
mail-order enterprise (example): 1.4.1. Enabling E-Commerce for a Mail-Order Enterprise, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
web components, providing platform for: 11.3 Web Components and EJB, Enterprise JavaBeans
EAR files (see Enterprise Archive files)
eavesdropping: 5.1. Security Issues and Concerns, Java Distributed Computing
5.6. Data Encryption, Java Distributed Computing
ECB encryption mode: 13.5. Encrypting Data, Java Security
echoing text: 9. The java.awt Package, Java Foundation Classes
editingCanceled( ): 2.6.6 Event Reference, Java Foundation Classes
editingStopped( ): 2.6.6 Event Reference, Java Foundation Classes
editor panes, Swing: 2.2 Components, Java Foundation Classes
EditorContainer class: 34. The javax.swing.tree Package, Java Foundation Classes
EditorKit class: 30. The javax.swing.text Package, Java Foundation Classes
efficiency of servlets: 1.3.3. Efficiency and Endurance, Java Servlet Programming
ejb-class element: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5.1 Session and Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejb-client-jar element: 10.4 The Descriptor's Body, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB DTD (Document Type Definition)
elements in: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors, Enterprise JavaBeans
structuring XML deployment descriptors: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB (Enterprise JavaBeans): 1.6.2 EJB and CORBA CTMs, Enterprise JavaBeans
1.6.3 Benefits of a Standard Server-Side Component Model, Enterprise JavaBeans
7. Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
API: A. The Enterprise JavaBeans API, Enterprise JavaBeans
javax.ejb package: A.1 javax.ejb package, Enterprise JavaBeans
javax.ejb.deployment package: A.2 Package: javax.ejb.deployment (EJB 1.0 Only), Enterprise JavaBeans
architecture: 2. Architectural Overview, Enterprise JavaBeans
bean types: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
client view: 3.2.4 Distributed Objects , Enterprise JavaBeans
5. The Client View, Enterprise JavaBeans
client-side API: 5.2 The EJB Client-Side API, Enterprise JavaBeans
clients: 7.2.1. The EJB Client, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
components: 1.3.2. Power, Java Servlet Programming
naming systems and: 6. JNDI, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
containers: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.2.3. The EJB Container, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
CTMs, choosing for: 1.5.3 CTMs: The Hybrid of ORBs and TP Monitors, Enterprise JavaBeans
declarative transactional management: 8.2 Declarative Transaction Management, Enterprise JavaBeans
definitions of: 1.2 Enterprise JavaBeans: Defined, Enterprise JavaBeans
deployment descriptors: 4.2.9.2 EJB 1.0 deployment tools, Enterprise JavaBeans
(see also deployment descriptors)
Version 1.1: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors, Enterprise JavaBeans
design strategies: 9. Design Strategies, Enterprise JavaBeans
duplicate records: 7.3.1.5 Why use a Reservation entity bean?, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB object: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
implementation independence: 1. Introduction, Enterprise JavaBeans
isolation levels: 8.3.3.2 EJB 1.0 transaction isolation control, Enterprise JavaBeans
JAR files, contents of: 10.7 The ejb-jar File, Enterprise JavaBeans
Java Transaction API (JTA): 8.5 Explicit Transaction Management, Enterprise JavaBeans
JavaBeans and: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
JavaBeans vs.: 1.4 Component Models, Enterprise JavaBeans
javax.ejb package: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
J2EE specification for interaction with web components: 11.3 Web Components and EJB, Enterprise JavaBeans
JDBC, facilitating use: 2.13.5. The JDBC Standard Extension, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
objects
business methods, implementing: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
component nature of: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
components: 7.4. Implementing a Basic EJB Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
implementing basic: 7.4. Implementing a Basic EJB Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
JDBC connections, providing (EJB server): 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
RMI vs.: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
transaction boundaries, defining: 7.3. Transaction Management, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
transactions, declaring new: 7.3. Transaction Management, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
transactions, managing: 7.3. Transaction Management, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
packages, downloading from Sun Java site: 4.1.1 Setting Up Your Java IDE, Enterprise JavaBeans
packaging into JAR files: 7.7.4. Packaging Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
primary services
cuncurrency: 3.2.1 Concurrency, Enterprise JavaBeans
distributed objects: 3.2.4 Distributed Objects , Enterprise JavaBeans
naming service: 3.2.5 Naming, Enterprise JavaBeans
persistence: 3.2.3 Persistence , Enterprise JavaBeans
security: 3.2.6 Security, Enterprise JavaBeans
transactions: 3.2.2 Transactions, Enterprise JavaBeans
resource management: 3. Resource Management and the Primary Services, Enterprise JavaBeans
RMI and: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
roles: 7.2. EJB Roles, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
server-side component model, benefits of: 1.6.3 Benefits of a Standard Server-Side Component Model, Enterprise JavaBeans
server-side enterprise programs and: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
server transaction management: 8.2.4 Transaction Propagation , Enterprise JavaBeans
servers
enabled for: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
transactions, making aware of: 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
standards, evolving: 7.1. A Note on Evolving Standards, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
transactions
JTA, supporting: 7.3. Transaction Management, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
management: 7.3. Transaction Management, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Version 1.1
changes: 7.9. Changes in EJB 1.1 Specification, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
new features in: D. New Features in EJB 1.1, Enterprise JavaBeans
web components and: 11.3 Web Components and EJB, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejb-jar element: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors, Enterprise JavaBeans
4.2.5 EJB 1.1: The Deployment Descriptor, Enterprise JavaBeans
nesting other elements within: 10.4 The Descriptor's Body, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejb-jar file: 10.7 The ejb-jar File, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejb-jar.xml file: 4.2.7.1 EJB 1.1: Packaging the Cabin bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejb-link element: 10.5.4 References to Other Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejb-name element: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors, Enterprise JavaBeans
8.2.2.1 EJB 1.1: Setting a transaction attribute, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5 Describing Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5.1 Session and Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.6.1 Specifying a Bean's Transactional Attributes, Enterprise JavaBeans
in method element: 10.6.3 Identifying Specific Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB object: 2.1.3 The Unseen Pieces, Enterprise JavaBeans
2.1.3.1 The EJB object, Enterprise JavaBeans
2.1.3.1 The EJB object, Enterprise JavaBeans
bean entity, associating with: 6.1.7 The EntityContext, Enterprise JavaBeans
concurrent access to: 3.2.1 Concurrency, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejb10-properties subcontext: 7.1.2.8 EJB 1.1: EJBContext, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejb-ref element: 4.3.4 EJB 1.1: TravelAgent Bean's Deployment Descriptor , Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5.1 Session and Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
defining bean name in ENC: 7.3.1.4 TravelAgentBean: The bean class, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejb-ref-name element: 4.3.4 EJB 1.1: TravelAgent Bean's Deployment Descriptor , Enterprise JavaBeans
in env-ref element: 10.5.4 References to Other Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejb-ref-type element: 4.3.4 EJB 1.1: TravelAgent Bean's Deployment Descriptor , Enterprise JavaBeans
in env-ref element: 10.5.4 References to Other Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB-to-CORBA mapping: 3.2.4 Distributed Objects , Enterprise JavaBeans
ejbActivate( ): 3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism, Enterprise JavaBeans
3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.3.3.3 Transitioning from the Pooled state to the Ready State via activation, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.4.3 Passivated State, Enterprise JavaBeans
EntityBean interface: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
SessionBean interface: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.5. Implementing Session Beans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
EJBContext interface: 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract, Enterprise JavaBeans
3.1.1.2 Overview of state transitions, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5.3 Environment Entries, Enterprise JavaBeans
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
client transaction context, including: 7.3. Transaction Management, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
defining (EJB 1.1): 6.2.4 EJB 1.1: EJBContext, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB API: A.1.3 EJBContext interface , Enterprise JavaBeans
environment properties, specifying (deployment): 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
rollback methods: 8.5.5 EJBContext Rollback Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
session beans: 7.5. Implementing Session Beans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
stateless session beans: 7.1.2.8 EJB 1.1: EJBContext, Enterprise JavaBeans
transactions, obtaining from container (beans): 7.3. Transaction Management, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
UserTransaction object, obtaining: 8.5.1 Transaction Propagation in Bean-Managed Transactions, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejbCreate( ): 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class, Enterprise JavaBeans
adding entity to database: 6.2.7 The ejbCreate( ) Method, Enterprise JavaBeans
bean class, stateful session beans: 7.3.1.4 TravelAgentBean: The bean class, Enterprise JavaBeans
bean instance creation, sequence of events: 6.1.8.3 ejbCreate( ) and ejbPostCreate( ) sequence of events, Enterprise JavaBeans
container-managed entity beans: 6.1.8 The Create Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
create( ), matching in home interface: 5.2.3.4 Creating and finding beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB specification 1.1, changes: 7.9.5. Assorted Other Changes, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
stateless session beans: 7.2.2.1 Transitioning to the Method-Ready Pool, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJBException class: 6.2.10 ejbFind( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
in bean-managed persistence: 6.2.1 Making the ShipBean a Bean-Managed Entity, Enterprise JavaBeans
checked subsystem exceptions, wrapping: 6.2.2 Exception Handling, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB callback methods and: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
Version 1.1: A.1.4 EJBExceptionVersion 1.1 EJBException (1.1), Enterprise JavaBeans
ejbFind( ): 6.2.10 ejbFind( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
(see also find methods)
entity beans with bean-managed persistence: 6.2.10 ejbFind( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejbFindByPrimaryKey( ): 7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
EJBHome interface: 2.1.3 The Unseen Pieces, Enterprise JavaBeans
2.1.3.2 The EJB home, Enterprise JavaBeans
2.1.3.3 Deploying a bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
4.2.2 CabinHome: The Home Interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
5.2.2 EJB 1.1 and 1.0: The Java RMI Programming Model, Enterprise JavaBeans
5.2.2 EJB 1.1 and 1.0: The Java RMI Programming Model, Enterprise JavaBeans
5.2.3 The Home Interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
5.2.5.1 Getting the EJBHome, Enterprise JavaBeans
A.1.5 EJBHome interface EJBHome, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.4.1. Home Interface, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.9.3. Home Handles, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
for EJB 1.1: 5.2.3 The Home Interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
locating reference to with JNDI: 3.2.5 Naming, Enterprise JavaBeans
reference to: 4.3.3.1 EJB 1.1: TravelAgentBean, Enterprise JavaBeans
4.3.3.2 EJB 1.0: TravelAgentBean, Enterprise JavaBeans
stateless session bean: 7.1.2.5 ProcessPaymentHome: The home interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
transactional attributes for remove methods: 10.6.1 Specifying a Bean's Transactional Attributes, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJBHome server: 7.1. A Note on Evolving Standards, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
ejbLoad( ): 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.1.8.4 Using ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) in container-managed beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.3.3.3 Transitioning from the Pooled state to the Ready State via activation, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
bean-managed persistence, use in: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
entity beans, container-managed persistence: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
EntityBean interface: 19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Properties object, deserializing: 7.6.7.1. Handling complex data structures, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Ready state and: 6.3.4 Life in the Ready State, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJBMetaData interface: 5.2.2.2 EJB 1.1: Explicit narrowing using PortableRemoteObject, Enterprise JavaBeans
5.2.3.2 Bean metadata, Enterprise JavaBeans
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
EJB API: A.1.6 EJBMetaData interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
session beans: 7.1.2.5 ProcessPaymentHome: The home interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJBObject interface: 5.2.2 EJB 1.1 and 1.0: The Java RMI Programming Model, Enterprise JavaBeans
5.2.2 EJB 1.1 and 1.0: The Java RMI Programming Model, Enterprise JavaBeans
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
defining, client-side API: 5.2.5 EJBObject, Handle, and Primary Key, Enterprise JavaBeans
disassociating instances from: 3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB API: A.1.7 EJBObject interfaceEJB API EJBObject, Enterprise JavaBeans
HomeHandle object, retrieving: 5.2.3.3 EJB 1.1: The HomeHandle, Enterprise JavaBeans
implementation strategies: 2.1.3.1 The EJB object, Enterprise JavaBeans
remote interface: 7.4.2. Remote Interface, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
direct implementation: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
transactional attributes for remove methods: 10.6.1 Specifying a Bean's Transactional Attributes, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejbPassivate( ): 3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism, Enterprise JavaBeans
3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.3.3.5 Transitioning from the Ready State to the Pooled state via removal, Enterprise JavaBeans
closing JNDI context: 7.3.1.4 TravelAgentBean: The bean class, Enterprise JavaBeans
EntityBean interface: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
SessionBean interface: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.5. Implementing Session Beans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
ejbPostCreate( ): 7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
bean instance creation, sequence of events: 6.1.8.3 ejbCreate( ) and ejbPostCreate( ) sequence of events, Enterprise JavaBeans
container-managed entity beans: 6.1.8.2 ejbPostCreate( ), Enterprise JavaBeans
EJBHome: 4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class, Enterprise JavaBeans
entity beans, creating: 6.3.3.1 Transitioning from the Pooled state to the Ready State via creation, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejbRemove( ): 6.3.3.5 Transitioning from the Ready State to the Pooled state via removal, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
EntityBean interface: 19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
removing bean-managed entities with: 6.2.9 The ejbRemove( ) Method, Enterprise JavaBeans
SessionBean interface: 7.5. Implementing Session Beans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
stateless session beans, closing open connections: 7.2.2.1 Transitioning to the Method-Ready Pool, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejbStore( ): 7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
2.3 The Bean-Container Contract, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.1.8.4 Using ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) in container-managed beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
bean-managed persistence, use in: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
defining: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
entity beans, container-managed persistence: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
EntityBean interface: 19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Properties object, serializing: 7.6.7.1. Handling complex data structures, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Ready state and: 6.3.4 Life in the Ready State, Enterprise JavaBeans
electronic commerce (see e-commerce)
electronic cookbook encryption mode: 13.5. Encrypting Data, Java Security
elegance of servlet code: 1.3.5. Elegance, Java Servlet Programming
Element interface: 30. The javax.swing.text Package, Java Foundation Classes
32. The javax.swing.text.html.parser Package, Java Foundation Classes
elementAt( ) (Vector): 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
ElementBuffer class: 30. The javax.swing.text Package, Java Foundation Classes
ElementChange interface: 26. The javax.swing.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
ElementEdit class: 30. The javax.swing.text Package, Java Foundation Classes
ElementIterator class: 30. The javax.swing.text Package, Java Foundation Classes
elements( )
Hashtable class: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
PermissionCollection class: 5.2.5. Permission Collections, Java Security
Permissions class: 17. The java.security Package, Java in a Nutshell
Vector class: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
ElementSpec class: 30. The javax.swing.text Package, Java Foundation Classes
Ellipse2D class: 16. The java.awt.geom Package, Java Foundation Classes
ellipses, Java 2D: 4.4 Shapes, Java Foundation Classes
else if clause: 2.6.6.1. The else if clause, Java in a Nutshell
emacs text editor: 1.3.1. Compiling and Running the Program, Java in a Nutshell
email servlets: 13.2. Sending Email, Java Servlet Programming
embedded applets: 6.1.5. An Image of an Embedded Applet, Java Servlet Programming
embedded servlets
limited response capability: 2.4.1. Writing a Server-Side Include, Java Servlet Programming
SSI functionality: 2.4. Server-Side Includes, Java Servlet Programming
empty flag: 38.2.3.1. Member availability and flags, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
empty statements: 2.6.3. The Empty Statement, Java in a Nutshell
EmptyBorder class: 3.10 Borders, Java Foundation Classes
24. The javax.swing.border Package, Java Foundation Classes
EmptyBorderUIResource class: 28. The javax.swing.plaf Package, Java Foundation Classes
EmptySelectionModel class: 23. The javax.swing Package, Java Foundation Classes
EmptyStackException: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
enable( ) (Compiler): 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
enableEvents( ): 2.6.5 Handling Input Events Directly, Java Foundation Classes
3.24.5 Handling Events, Java Foundation Classes
AWTEvent class: 9. The java.awt Package, Java Foundation Classes
enableReplaceObject( ) (ObjectOutputStream): 11. The java.io Package, Java in a Nutshell
enableResolveObject( ) (ObjectOutputStream): 11. The java.io Package, Java in a Nutshell
encapsulation: 3.5. Data Hiding and Encapsulation, Java in a Nutshell
2.1. Java Language Security Constructs, Java Security
business logic into business objects: 1.1.2 Server-Side Components, Enterprise JavaBeans
in database design: 7.2.2. Defining the Data Objects, Java Distributed Computing
primary key data: 5.2.5.2 Primary key, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5.2 Specifying Primary Keys, Enterprise JavaBeans
workflow, in stateful session beans: 7.3 The Stateful Session Bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
EncodedKeySpec class: 10.3.3.1. The EncodedKeySpec class, Java Security
D.4. Package java.security.spec, Java Security
EncodedKeySpec interface: 21. The java.security.spec Package, Java in a Nutshell
encodeRedirectURL( ) (HttpServletResponse): 5.8. Session Tracking, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
encodeRedirectUrl( ) method: 7.5.7. Storing Session IDs, Java Servlet Programming
encodeURL( ) (HttpServletResponse): 5.8. Session Tracking, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
encodeUrl( ) method: 7.5.7. Storing Session IDs, Java Servlet Programming
encoding: 2.1. The Unicode Character Set, Java in a Nutshell
keys: 10.1.1. The Key Interface, Java Security
10.3.3.1. The EncodedKeySpec class, Java Security
tool for: 8. Java Development Tools, Java in a Nutshell
encrypting and decrypting data: 26. The javax.crypto Package, Java in a Nutshell
encryption: 1.3.6.2. Secure remote transactions, Java Distributed Computing
5.2.2. The Core Security API, Java Distributed Computing
5.6. Data Encryption, Java Distributed Computing
4.14. Cryptography, Java in a Nutshell
(see also cryptography)
asymmetric algorithms: 5.4.2. Public Key Methods, Java Distributed Computing
5.6.1. Ciphers for Secure Data Transfers, Java Distributed Computing
authentication vs.: 7.1.2. Data Authentication, Java Security
available techniques for: 5.7.2.1. Encryption techniques, Java Distributed Computing
cipher algorithms: 13.5.2. Cipher Algorithms, Java Security
Cipher class: 13.2. The Sun Security Provider in the JCE, Java Security
13.5. Encrypting Data, Java Security
D.5. Package javax.crypto, Java Security
cipher streams: 13.6. Cipher Streams, Java Security
Diffie-Hellman (see Diffie-Hellman algorithm)
EncryptedInputStream class (example): 1.3.6.2. Secure remote transactions, Java Distributed Computing
engines: 7.3.4. Encryption Engines, Java Security
export restrictions: 13.1. Export Restrictions, Java Security
of keystores: 11.2. The KeyStore Class, Java Security
of message digests: 9.1.1. Secure Message Digests, Java Security
modes of: 13.5. Encrypting Data, Java Security
NullCipher class: 13.5.1. Using the Cipher Class, Java Security
D.5. Package javax.crypto, Java Security
padding schemes: 13.5. Encrypting Data, Java Security
13.5. Encrypting Data, Java Security
PGP for: 5.7.3.2. Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), Java Distributed Computing
of private keys: 11.3. A Key Management Example, Java Security
process of: 13.5. Encrypting Data, Java Security
public-key: 4.13. Security, Java in a Nutshell
7.3.2. Cryptographic Keys, Java Security
generating public keys: 10.3.2. Implementing a Key Factory, Java Security
importing public keys: 10.3.1. Using the KeyFactory class, Java Security
including key with signatures: 12.1.3. Signing and Certificates, Java Security
package for: 4.1. Java Platform Overview, Java in a Nutshell
PublicKey class: D.1. Package java.security, Java Security
PublicKey interface: 10.1.1. The Key Interface, Java Security
restrictions: 4.3.2. Restricting Access to the United States and Canada, Java Servlet Programming
RSA (see RSA encryption)
sealed classes: 13.8. Sealed Objects, Java Security
D.5. Package javax.crypto, Java Security
SSL encryption: 7.1.3. Java's Role in Authentication, Java Security
13.6.3. SSL Encryption, Java Security
SSL for: 5.7.3.1. Secure Socket Layer (SSL), Java Distributed Computing
symmetric algorithms: 5.6.1. Ciphers for Secure Data Transfers, Java Distributed Computing
symmetric key agreements: 13.7. Symmetric Key Agreement, Java Security
end( ): 5.1 Printing in Java 1.1, Java Foundation Classes
CompoundEdit class: 35. The javax.swing.undo Package, Java Foundation Classes
PrintJob class: 9. The java.awt Package, Java Foundation Classes
StateEdit class: 35. The javax.swing.undo Package, Java Foundation Classes
UndoManager class: 35. The javax.swing.undo Package, Java Foundation Classes
XAResource: 29. The javax.transaction.xa Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
end caps, Java 2D: 4.5.1 BasicStroke, Java Foundation Classes
end users, security for: 5.5.4. Security for End Users, Java in a Nutshell
endsWith( ): 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
endUpdate( ) (UndoableEditSupport): 35. The javax.swing.undo Package, Java Foundation Classes
enforcing Java language rules: 2.2. Enforcement of the Java Language Rules, Java Security
engineDigest( ), MessageDigest class: 9.3. Implementing a MessageDigest Class, Java Security
engineDoFinal( ), Cipher class: 13.5.3. Implementing the Cipher Class, Java Security
engineGeneratePrivate( ), KeyFactorySpi class: 10.3.2. Implementing a Key Factory, Java Security
engineGeneratePublic( ), KeyFactorySpi class: 10.3.2. Implementing a Key Factory, Java Security
engineGetBlockSize( ), Cipher class: 13.5.3. Implementing the Cipher Class, Java Security
engineGetDigestLength( ), MessageDigest class: 9.3. Implementing a MessageDigest Class, Java Security
engineGetIV( ), Cipher class: 13.5.3. Implementing the Cipher Class, Java Security
engineGetOutputSize( ), Cipher class: 13.5.3. Implementing the Cipher Class, Java Security
engineGetParameter( ), Signature class: 12.3. Implementing a Signature Class, Java Security
engineReset( ): 9.3. Implementing a MessageDigest Class, Java Security
engines, security: 8.1. The Architecture of Security Providers, Java Security
classes for: 8.1.1. Components of the Architecture, Java Security
8.4. The Architecture of Engine Classes, Java Security
cryptography: 7.3. Cryptographic Engines, Java Security
encryption: 7.3.4. Encryption Engines, Java Security
key-related: 10. Keys and Certificates, Java Security
message digests: 9.3. Implementing a MessageDigest Class, Java Security
secret keys: 13.4. Secret Key Engines, Java Security
engineSetMode( )
Cipher class: 13.5.3. Implementing the Cipher Class, Java Security
CipherSpi class: 26. The javax.crypto Package, Java in a Nutshell
engineSetPadding( )
Cipher class: 13.5.3. Implementing the Cipher Class, Java Security
CipherSpi class: 26. The javax.crypto Package, Java in a Nutshell
engineSetParameter( ), Signature class: 12.3. Implementing a Signature Class, Java Security
engineUpdate( )
Cipher class: 13.5.3. Implementing the Cipher Class, Java Security
MessageDigest class: 9.3. Implementing a MessageDigest Class, Java Security
Signature class: 12.3. Implementing a Signature Class, Java Security
engineVerify( ), Signature class: 12.3. Implementing a Signature Class, Java Security
enqueue( ) (Reference): 13. The java.lang.ref Package, Java in a Nutshell
ensureCapacity( )
ArrayList class: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
Vector class: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
Enterprise Archive (EAR) files: 11.4 J2EE Fills in the Gaps, Enterprise JavaBeans
contents of: 11.4 J2EE Fills in the Gaps, Enterprise JavaBeans
enterprise beans: 2.1 The Enterprise Bean Component, Enterprise JavaBeans
2.1.1 Classes and Interfaces, Enterprise JavaBeans
2.1.3.3 Deploying a bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
accessing from client application: 4.2.10 Creating a Client Application, Enterprise JavaBeans
adding to containers: 2.1.3.3 Deploying a bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
authentication, performing explicitly: 6.2.6.1 EJB 1.1: Using JDBC in EJB, Enterprise JavaBeans
classes and interfaces: 2.1.1 Classes and Interfaces, Enterprise JavaBeans
2.1.1.5 What about session beans? , Enterprise JavaBeans
containers and: 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract, Enterprise JavaBeans
deployment: 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
developing your first: 4.1 Choosing and Setting Up an EJB Server, Enterprise JavaBeans
interacting with other beans: 4.3.3.1 EJB 1.1: TravelAgentBean, Enterprise JavaBeans
4.3.3.2 EJB 1.0: TravelAgentBean, Enterprise JavaBeans
JDBC connections, acquiring: 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
methods, required implementation: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
packaging into EJB-JAR files: 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
as RMI objects: 1.4.2. Updating CornCo with Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
RMI remote objects vs.: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
structural information, separating from application-specific: 7.9.1. XML-Based Deployment Descriptors, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
using as client: 7.8. Using an Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
using (Titan Cruises example): 2.2 Using Enterprise Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
enterprise-beans element: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors, Enterprise JavaBeans
4.2.5 EJB 1.1: The Deployment Descriptor, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.4 The Descriptor's Body, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5 Describing Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
enterprise computing: 1.1. Enterprise Computing Defined, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
1.2. Enterprise Computing Demystified, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Enterprise JavaBeans (see EJB)
Enterprise Resource Planing (ERP) systems, indexing objects to databases: 6.1.2.3 EJB 1.1: Undefined primary keys, Enterprise JavaBeans
Enterprise Server
supports SSJS: 1.1.2.3. Server-side JavaScript, Java Servlet Programming
web site for information: 1.2.1. Standalone Servlet Engines, Java Servlet Programming
EnterpriseBean interface: A.1.8 EnterpriseBean, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.5. Implementing Session Beans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
entity beans: 6. Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5.1 Session and Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
activating: 7.6.5. Life Cycle of an Entity Bean, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
as fields within other beans: 9.7.2 Complex Entity Relationships, Enterprise JavaBeans
9.7.2.3 Native Java persistence, Enterprise JavaBeans
database mapping: 9.7.2.1 One-to-many database mapping, Enterprise JavaBeans
9.7.2.3 Native Java persistence, Enterprise JavaBeans
bean class, developing (example): 4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class, Enterprise JavaBeans
bean-managed persistence: 6.2 Bean-Managed Persistence, Enterprise JavaBeans
adding to database with ejbCreate( ): 6.2.7 The ejbCreate( ) Method, Enterprise JavaBeans
connections to database, obtaining: 6.2.6 Obtaining a Connection to the Database, Enterprise JavaBeans
defining (example): 6.2.1 Making the ShipBean a Bean-Managed Entity, Enterprise JavaBeans
deployment: 6.2.11 EJB 1.1: Deploying the Bean-Managed Ship Bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
find methods: 6.2.10 ejbFind( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
methods, required (EJB): 7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
removing from database: 6.2.9 The ejbRemove( ) Method, Enterprise JavaBeans
synchronization with database: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
client application, using: 7.3.1.5 Why use a Reservation entity bean?, Enterprise JavaBeans
code, downloading from O'Reilly web site: 7.1.1 Downloading the Missing Pieces, Enterprise JavaBeans
concurrency: 3.2.1 Concurrency, Enterprise JavaBeans
container-managed persistence: 6.1 Container-Managed Persistence, Enterprise JavaBeans
bean class: 6.1.5 The ShipBean Class, Enterprise JavaBeans
client application, creating: 6.1.9 The Client Application , Enterprise JavaBeans
complex data structures, mapping: 7.6.7.1. Handling complex data structures, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
create and remove methods: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
database mapping: 7.7.1. Container-Managed Data Mapping, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
deployment descriptors (EJB 1.1): 6.1.8.5 EJB 1.1: Deploying the ShipBean, Enterprise JavaBeans
ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ), using in: 6.1.8.4 Using ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) in container-managed beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
EntityBean interface, implementing: 6.1.6 Implementing the javax.ejb.EntityBean Interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
home interface: 6.1.3 The Home Interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
loading and storing methods: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
portability (EJB servers), problems with: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
primary key: 6.1.2 The Primary Key, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.1.2.3 EJB 1.1: Undefined primary keys, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5.2.1 Deferring primary key definition, Enterprise JavaBeans
primary key type (EJB 1.1): 7.9.5. Assorted Other Changes, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
remote interface, defining: 6.1.1 The Remote Interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
sequence diagrams: B.1.2 Sequence Diagrams for Container-Managed Persistence, Enterprise JavaBeans
container-transaction element declarations: 10.6 Describing Bean Assembly, Enterprise JavaBeans
context: 7.6.4. The Entity Context, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
create methods: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
creating and finding: 7.8.2. Creating/Finding Beans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
dependent classes vs.: 7.1.2.3 Dependent classes: The CreditCard and Check classes, Enterprise JavaBeans
developing (example): 4.2 Developing an Entity Bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
client application, creating: 4.2.10 Creating a Client Application, Enterprise JavaBeans
deployment: 4.2.9 Deploying the Cabin Bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
deployment descriptor (EJB 1.0): 4.2.6 EJB 1.0: The Deployment Descriptor, Enterprise JavaBeans
deployment descriptor (XML): 4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class, Enterprise JavaBeans
home interface: 4.2.2 CabinHome: The Home Interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
JAR files: 4.2.7 cabin.jar: The JAR File, Enterprise JavaBeans
primary key: 4.2.3 CabinPK: The Primary Key, Enterprise JavaBeans
remote interface: 4.2.1 Cabin: The Remote Interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
direct database access vs.: 6. Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB 1.1, new features for: D.1 Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
finder methods
bean-managed persistence: 7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
executing: 7.6.2. Finder Methods, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
getting information from: 2.2.1 Getting Information from an Entity Bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
handles: 7.6.6. Handles on Entity Beans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
implementation of: 5.2.6 Inside the Handle, Enterprise JavaBeans
implementation: 7.6. Implementing Entity Beans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
implementing: 7.6. Implementing Entity Beans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Java classes/interfaces required: 7.4. Implementing a Basic EJB Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
life cycle: 3.1.1.1 The entity bean life cycle, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.3 The Life Cycle of an Entity Bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.6.5. Life Cycle of an Entity Bean, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
ending: 6.3.5 End of the Life Cycle, Enterprise JavaBeans
Ready state: 6.3.3 The Ready State, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.3.4 Life in the Ready State, Enterprise JavaBeans
state diagram: B.1 Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
transitions in states: 3.1.1.2 Overview of state transitions, Enterprise JavaBeans
transitions to/from Pooled to Ready state: 6.3.3.1 Transitioning from the Pooled state to the Ready State via creation, Enterprise JavaBeans
listing behavior vs.: 7.3.1.6 listAvailableCabins( ): Listing behavior, Enterprise JavaBeans
9.3.2 Resource Consumption, Enterprise JavaBeans
mapping to databases: 4.2.8 Creating a CABIN Table in the Database, Enterprise JavaBeans
4.2.9.2 EJB 1.0 deployment tools, Enterprise JavaBeans
methods requiring transaction attributes: 10.6.1 Specifying a Bean's Transactional Attributes, Enterprise JavaBeans
modeling business concepts: 2.1 The Enterprise Bean Component, Enterprise JavaBeans
6. Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
names, preventing client change: 7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
nonreentrance policy: 3.2.1.1 Reentrance, Enterprise JavaBeans
object serialization and: 3.1.2 The Activation Mechanism, Enterprise JavaBeans
operations allowed for: B.1.3 Sequence Diagrams for Bean-Managed Persistence, Enterprise JavaBeans
persistence: 3.2.3 Persistence , Enterprise JavaBeans
6. Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
bean-managed: 7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
persistent fields, manipulating with bulk accessors: 9.2.3 Bulk Accessors, Enterprise JavaBeans
primary keys: 5.2.5.2 Primary key, Enterprise JavaBeans
5.2.5.2 Primary key, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.1.2.2 Single-field key, Enterprise JavaBeans
class (example): 7.6.1. Primary Keys, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
container-managed persistence: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
EJB 1.1 specification, changes: 7.9.5. Assorted Other Changes, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
properties, defining as business concept: 6.1.1.1 Set and get methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
relationships: 9.7 Entity Bean Relationships, Enterprise JavaBeans
remove methods: 5.2.3.1 removing beans Removing beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
removing: 5.2.3.1 removing beans Removing beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
5.2.5.4 Removing beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
runAs Identity: 3.2.6.2 EJB 1.0: Method-driven access control, Enterprise JavaBeans
servers, not supporting: 9.9 When Entity Beans Are Not an Option, Enterprise JavaBeans
session beans, emulating: 9.9.1 Emulating Entity Beans with Session Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
session beans vs.: 2.2.2 Modeling Workflow with Session Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
7. Session Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.3.1.5 Why use a Reservation entity bean?, Enterprise JavaBeans
9.3.3 Striking a Balance, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
simple relationships: 9.7.1 Simple Associations, Enterprise JavaBeans
9.7.1.5 Native Java persistence, Enterprise JavaBeans
byte arrays and Java serialization: 9.7.1.2 Mapping serializable to VARBINARY, Enterprise JavaBeans
handles: 9.7.1.4 Preserving the handle, Enterprise JavaBeans
native Java persistence: 9.7.1.5 Native Java persistence, Enterprise JavaBeans
state (see life cycle)
support required (EJB 1.1): 7.9.2. Entity Beans Required, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
UserTransaction transactions (EJB 1.0): 8.5.1 Transaction Propagation in Bean-Managed Transactions, Enterprise JavaBeans
without create methods: 9.6 Entity Beans Without Create Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
Entity class: 32. The javax.swing.text.html.parser Package, Java Foundation Classes
entity context methods in bean class: 4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class, Enterprise JavaBeans
entity elements: 2.1.2.2 EJB 1.1: Deployment descriptors, Enterprise JavaBeans
4.2.5 EJB 1.1: The Deployment Descriptor, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5 Describing Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
10.5 Describing Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
entity objects
network traffic (impact of overuse): 9.3.1 Network Traffic and Latency, Enterprise JavaBeans
passing by value: 9.2.4 Entity Objects, Enterprise JavaBeans
9.2.4 Entity Objects, Enterprise JavaBeans
(see also passing objects by value)
EntityBean interface: 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract, Enterprise JavaBeans
4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.1.6 Implementing the javax.ejb.EntityBean Interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.3 The Life Cycle of an Entity Bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
callback methods defined in: 2.1.1.3 The bean class, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB API: A.1.9 EntityBean interfaceEJB API EntityBean, Enterprise JavaBeans
implementing in container-managed beans: 6.1.6 Implementing the javax.ejb.EntityBean Interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
EntityContext interface: 2.3 The Bean-Container Contract, Enterprise JavaBeans
4.2.4 CabinBean: The Bean Class, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.1.7 The EntityContext, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.3.2 The Pooled State, Enterprise JavaBeans
defining: 6.2.3 EntityContext, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB API: A.1.10 EntityContext, Enterprise JavaBeans
getPrimaryKey( ): 6.2.3 EntityContext, Enterprise JavaBeans
primary key, obtaining from: 6.2.8 The ejbLoad( ) and ejbStore( ) Methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
Ready state and: 3.1.1.2 Overview of state transitions, Enterprise JavaBeans
EntityDescriptor class: 2.1.2.1 EJB 1.0: Deployment descriptors, Enterprise JavaBeans
4.2.6 EJB 1.0: The Deployment Descriptor, Enterprise JavaBeans
7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.7.3. Generating the Container Classes and Deployment Descriptor, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
7.7.4. Packaging Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
20. The javax.ejb.deployment Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
EJB API: A.2.4 EntityDescriptor, Enterprise JavaBeans
serializing (example): 4.2.6 EJB 1.0: The Deployment Descriptor, Enterprise JavaBeans
entries( ): 25. The java.util.zip Package, Java in a Nutshell
JarFile class: 24. The java.util.jar Package, Java in a Nutshell
entries
JavaSpace: C.1. Overview of JavaSpaces, Java Distributed Computing
keystore: 11.2. The KeyStore Class, Java Security
11.2. The KeyStore Class, Java Security
Entrust Technologies certificate authority: 8.2. Digital Certificates, Java Servlet Programming
Entry class (JavaSpaces): C.2. Entry and EntryRep, Java Distributed Computing
Entry interface (Map): 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
EntryReps class (JavaSpaces): C.2. Entry and EntryRep, Java Distributed Computing
entrySet( )
AbstractMap class: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
Map interface: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
SortedMap interface: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
enumerate( ) (ThreadGroup): 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
enumeration( )
Collections class: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
Enumeration interface: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
Iterator interface vs.: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
Enumeration type: 6.1.3.1 The find methods, Enterprise JavaBeans
multi-entity find methods, returning: 6.2.1 Making the ShipBean a Bean-Managed Entity, Enterprise JavaBeans
enumerations
attributes names (directory entry): 6.9.3. The Attributes Interface, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
binding objects: 6.6.3. Listing the Bindings of a Context , Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
finder methods: 7.6.2. Finder Methods, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
IDL: 10.7.5. Enumerations, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
naming: 22. The javax.naming Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
naming operations: 6.6. Listing the Children of a Context, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
env-entry element: 10.5.1 Session and Entity Beans, Enterprise JavaBeans
declaration example: 10.5.3 Environment Entries, Enterprise JavaBeans
env-entry-name element: 10.5.3 Environment Entries, Enterprise JavaBeans
env-entry-type, data types in: 10.5.3 Environment Entries, Enterprise JavaBeans
environment
IDL client: 10.10.2.3. Context values, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
idltojava compiler: 12. Java IDL Tools, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
RMI activation daemon: 9. RMI Tools, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
RMI registry: 9. RMI Tools, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
rmic compiler: 9. RMI Tools, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
serialver utility (RMI): 9. RMI Tools, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Environment class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
environment naming context (JNDI ENC) (see JNDI)
environment properties: 6.2.5 EJB 1.0: EJBContext, Enterprise JavaBeans
accessing, stateless session bean: 7.1.2.6 ProcessPaymentBean: The bean class, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB 1.1, new features for: D.4 The Default JNDI Context, Enterprise JavaBeans
entity bean with bean-managed persistence, setting for: 6.2.12 EJB 1.0: Deploying the Bean-Managed Ship Bean, Enterprise JavaBeans
vendor- and environment-specific information, defining at deployment: 6.2.6.2 EJB 1.0: Using JDBC in EJB, Enterprise JavaBeans
environment variables: 4. Retrieving Information, Java Servlet Programming
EOFException: 11. The java.io Package, Java in a Nutshell
eolIsSignificant( ): 11. The java.io Package, Java in a Nutshell
equality (==) operator: 2.10.2. Comparing Objects and Arrays, Java in a Nutshell
equals( ): 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
Arrays class: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
CodeSource class: 5.1. The CodeSource Class, Java Security
Collator class: 22. The java.text Package, Java in a Nutshell
Comparator class: 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
Hashtable class: 23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
Identity class: B.1.1.1. Using the identity class, Java Security
B.1.1.2. Implementing an Identity class, Java Security
Object class: 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
ObjID class: 17. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
D.3. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Distributed Computing
RemoteObject class: 3.2.1. Key RMI Classes for Remote Object Implementations, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
17. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
D.3. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Distributed Computing
RemoteRef interface: 17. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
UID class: D.3. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Distributed Computing
equals( ) (Object): 5.2.5.3 Comparing beans for identity, Enterprise JavaBeans
6.1.2 The Primary Key, Enterprise JavaBeans
equals (==) operator: 2.5.5. Comparison Operators, Java in a Nutshell
equalsIgnoreCase(^): 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
equivalence, bean instances in instance pool: 3.1.1.2 Overview of state transitions, Enterprise JavaBeans
Error class: 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
error-handling mechanisms: 5.7.1. Status Codes, Java Servlet Programming
see also status codes: 5.7.1. Status Codes, Java Servlet Programming
1.3.4. Fault Tolerance Through Exception Handling, Java Distributed Computing
error logs: 13.7.1. Check the Logs, Java Servlet Programming
errors (see also exceptions)
1.3.3. Exceptions, Java in a Nutshell
beans, creating: 19. The javax.ejb Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
binding remote objects to names: 3.4.1. The Registry and Naming Services, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
I/O: 13. The java.rmi Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
JDBC, handling: 2.7. Handling Errors, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
log, output stream to: 17. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
marshaling exception: 3.1.2. RMI Architecture, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
messages, specifying custom: 5.2.6.1. Status codes, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
remote object URLs: 3.4.1. The Registry and Naming Services, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
remote sessions: 3.2. Defining Remote Objects, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
servlets, handling: 5.2.6. Error Handling, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
SQL return codes: 8.6. Return Codes, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
escape characters: 2.4.2. The char Type, Java in a Nutshell
escape sequences: 2.12. Escape Sequences, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
components (JDBC): 2.12. Escape Sequences, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
dates (example): 2.6.3. Dates and Times, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
dates (ISO): 2.6.3. Dates and Times, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
nonprintable characters (IDL): 10.5.4. Character Literals, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
stored procedures, accessing (JDBC): 2.11. Stored Procedures, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
escape syntax
JDBC Date: 18. The java.sql Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
JDBC Time: 18. The java.sql Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
EtchedBorder class: 3.10 Borders, Java Foundation Classes
24. The javax.swing.border Package, Java Foundation Classes
EtchedBorderUIResource class: 28. The javax.swing.plaf Package, Java Foundation Classes
EUC-KR (Korean) charset: 12.3.1. Charsets, Java Servlet Programming
evaluate( ), Policy class: 5.3. The Policy Class, Java Security
evaluation, order of: 2.5.1.6. Order of evaluation, Java in a Nutshell
event adapters: 2.6.3 Event Adapters, Java Foundation Classes
Event class: 7.1.2 Applets and the Java 1.0 Event Model, Java Foundation Classes
7.1.2 Applets and the Java 1.0 Event Model, Java Foundation Classes
9. The java.awt Package, Java Foundation Classes
event dispatch thread: 3.6 The Event Dispatch Thread, Java Foundation Classes
event handling: 2.6 Event Handling, Java Foundation Classes
applets: 7.1.2 Applets and the Java 1.0 Event Model, Java Foundation Classes
AWT: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
with inner classes: 2.6.4 Event Handling with Inner Classes, Java Foundation Classes
input events: 2.6.5 Handling Input Events Directly, Java Foundation Classes
Swing: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
custom components and: 3.24.5 Handling Events, Java Foundation Classes
with inner classes: 2.6.4 Event Handling with Inner Classes, Java Foundation Classes
input events: 2.6.5 Handling Input Events Directly, Java Foundation Classes
event listeners: 2.6.2 Event Listeners, Java Foundation Classes
ActionListener interface: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
AWT: 2.6.6 Event Reference, Java Foundation Classes
14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
ComponentListener interface: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
ItemListener interface: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
KeyListener interface: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
MouseListener interface: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
MouseMotionListener interface: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
registering: 3.24.5 Handling Events, Java Foundation Classes
Swing: 2.6.6 Event Reference, Java Foundation Classes
3.5 Timers, Java Foundation Classes
3.6 The Event Dispatch Thread, Java Foundation Classes
14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
26. The javax.swing.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
26. The javax.swing.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
TextListener interface: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
WindowListener: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
event logs: 13.7.1. Check the Logs, Java Servlet Programming
7.5.9. Session Binding Events, Java Servlet Programming
event models
conventions/rules for: 7.2. Portability Conventions and Pure Java Rules, Java in a Nutshell
Java 1.1: 2.6.5 Handling Input Events Directly, Java Foundation Classes
event notification (JMS): 1.3.7. JMS: Enterprise Messaging, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Event objects (JMS vs.): 1.3.7. JMS: Enterprise Messaging, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
event queue, access to: 4.3.6. Methods Protecting System Resources, Java Security
Event Service (CORBA): B.2. Event Service, Java Distributed Computing
11.3. Event Service, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
11.11. Licensing Service, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
event sources: 2.6.2 Event Listeners, Java Foundation Classes
EventListener interface: 6.1. Bean Basics, Java in a Nutshell
9. The java.beans Package, Java in a Nutshell
EventListenerList class: 26. The javax.swing.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
EventObject class: 2.6.1 Event Objects, Java Foundation Classes
6.1. Bean Basics, Java in a Nutshell
EventQueue class: 9. The java.awt Package, Java Foundation Classes
events: 6.1. Bean Basics, Java in a Nutshell
6.2.6. Events, Java in a Nutshell
ActionEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
AdjustmentEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
AWT: 6.6.3. Pros and Cons, Java Distributed Computing
AWTEvent class: 9. The java.awt Package, Java Foundation Classes
AWTEventMulticaster class: 9. The java.awt Package, Java Foundation Classes
bean-context related: 10. The java.beans.beancontext Package, Java in a Nutshell
ComponentEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
ContainerEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
conventions for: 6.2.6. Events, Java in a Nutshell
custom components and: 3.24 Custom Components, Java Foundation Classes
distributed: 6.6.2. Distributed Events, Java Distributed Computing
event channels
quality of service: B.2.1. Quality of Service for Channels, Java Distributed Computing
Event class: 7.1.2 Applets and the Java 1.0 Event Model, Java Foundation Classes
9. The java.awt Package, Java Foundation Classes
EventHandler interface (example): 6.6.2. Distributed Events, Java Distributed Computing
EventListener interface: 6.6.1. Event Model Overview, Java Distributed Computing
B.2.3. Comparison to the Java Event Model, Java Distributed Computing
23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
EventObject class: 6.6.1. Event Model Overview, Java Distributed Computing
23. The java.util Package, Java in a Nutshell
EventQueue class: 9. The java.awt Package, Java Foundation Classes
EventSetDescriptor class: 9. The java.beans Package, Java in a Nutshell
EventTransceiver class (example): 6.6.2. Distributed Events, Java Distributed Computing
FocusEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
InputEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
InputMethodEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
ItemEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
keyboard: 9. The java.awt Package, Java Foundation Classes
14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
message passing and: 6.6. Message Passing with Java Events, Java Distributed Computing
MouseEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
naming conventions: 2.6.6 Event Reference, Java Foundation Classes
notifying beans of: 2.1.1.3 The bean class, Enterprise JavaBeans
notifying of new service class: 10. The java.beans.beancontext Package, Java in a Nutshell
PaintEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
Swing: 26. The javax.swing.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
target: 7.1.2 Applets and the Java 1.0 Event Model, Java Foundation Classes
TextEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
WindowEvent class: 14. The java.awt.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
EventType class: 26. The javax.swing.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
26. The javax.swing.event Package, Java Foundation Classes
example source code, obtaining: 0.3. About the Source Code, Java Distributed Computing
examples
access counters: 3.1.3. A Simple Counter, Java Servlet Programming
4.4.6. An Improved Counter, Java Servlet Programming
bar chart: 6.1.1.2. A dynamically generated chart, Java Servlet Programming
Base64 encoding: 8.1.2. Custom Authorization, Java Servlet Programming
chat server: 10.3. Chat Server, Java Servlet Programming
client certificates, examining: 4.4.10. Extra Attributes, Java Servlet Programming
8.3.2. Retrieving SSL Authentication Information, Java Servlet Programming
color image, converting to grayscale: 6.1.3. Image Effects, Java Servlet Programming
compressed content: 6.2. Compressed Content, Java Servlet Programming
connection pool: 9.4.3. Connection Pooling, Java Servlet Programming
cookies: 7.4.2. Shopping Using Persistent Cookies, Java Servlet Programming
credit-card checking: 9.4.1. Using Transactions with JDBC, Java Servlet Programming
current time of day: 10.2. Daytime Server, Java Servlet Programming
database connections: 3.4. Single-Thread Model, Java Servlet Programming
4.1.1. Getting an Init Parameter, Java Servlet Programming
9.2.2. Getting a Connection, Java Servlet Programming
dictionary servlet: 4.4.1. Request Parameters, Java Servlet Programming
email: 13.2. Sending Email, Java Servlet Programming
embedding applet in servlet: 6.1.5.2. A generic applet viewer, Java Servlet Programming
encryption restrictions: 4.3.2. Restricting Access to the United States and Canada, Java Servlet Programming
GIF image generation: 6.1.1.1. A ``Hello World'' image, Java Servlet Programming
greeting user by name: 2.3.3. Handling Form Data, Java Servlet Programming
``Hello World'': 2.3.1. Writing Hello World, Java Servlet Programming
5.2. Sending a Normal Response, Java Servlet Programming
5.4.1. Generating Hello World, Java Servlet Programming
6.1.1.1. A ``Hello World'' image, Java Servlet Programming
12.1. Western European Languages, Java Servlet Programming
in client's language: 12.5.4. Writing To Each His Own, Java Servlet Programming
in Japanese: 12.3.2. Writing Encoded Output, Java Servlet Programming
``¡Hola Mundo!'': 12.1. Western European Languages, Java Servlet Programming
HTML generation: 5.4.2.2. Weather forecast using HTML generation, Java Servlet Programming
HTTP chat applet: 10.3.3. The HTTP Applet, Java Servlet Programming
identifying client machines: 4.3.2. Restricting Access to the United States and Canada, Java Servlet Programming
initialization (init) parameters: 4.1.2. Getting Init Parameter Names, Java Servlet Programming
input stream's content type: 4.4.9.2. Handling POST requests using the input stream, Java Servlet Programming
invalidating a session: 7.5.4. Manually Invalidating a Stale Session, Java Servlet Programming
7.5.6. Manually Invalidating All Stale Sessions, Java Servlet Programming
license key: 4.4.2. Generating a License Key, Java Servlet Programming
login page: 8.1.3. Form-based Custom Authorization, Java Servlet Programming
Oracle JDBC: 9.2.3. Executing SQL Queries, Java Servlet Programming
overwriting \\``CONFIDENTIAL\\'': 6.1.2.1. Drawing over an image, Java Servlet Programming
persistence: 5.3. Using Persistent Connections, Java Servlet Programming
personalized welcome: 4.3.4. A Personalized Welcome, Java Servlet Programming
random redirection: 5.6.2. Redirecting a Request, Java Servlet Programming
removing <BLINK>: 2.5.1. Creating a Servlet Chain, Java Servlet Programming
13.3.1. Improving Deblink with Regular Expressions, Java Servlet Programming
request headers: 4.4.8.1. Accessing header values, Java Servlet Programming
response headers: 2.1.1. Requests, Responses, and Headers, Java Servlet Programming
reusing abilities of another servlet: 11.2.2. Reusing ChatServlet, Java Servlet Programming
selling burritos: 11.3.1.1. Using properties to sell burritos, Java Servlet Programming
11.3.2.1. Using a shared class to sell burritos, Java Servlet Programming
server information: 4.2.1. Getting Information About the Server, Java Servlet Programming
servlet parameter values: 4.4.1. Request Parameters, Java Servlet Programming
session, reporting on: 7.5.8. Session Snoop, Java Servlet Programming
session tracking: 7.5.2. A Hit Count Using Session Tracking, Java Servlet Programming
shopping cart: 7.2. Hidden Form Fields, Java Servlet Programming
with session tracking: 7.5.10. Shopping Using Session Tracking, Java Servlet Programming
SSL connection: 4.4.10. Extra Attributes, Java Servlet Programming
time in local zone: 2.4.1. Writing a Server-Side Include, Java Servlet Programming
unique Connection per client: 9.4.4. Connections as Part of a Session, Java Servlet Programming
uploading files: 4.4.9.3. Receiving files using the input stream, Java Servlet Programming
verifying servlets: 11.1.1. Viewing the Currently Loaded Servlets, Java Servlet Programming
weather forecasting: 5.4.2. Generating a Weather Forecast, Java Servlet Programming
web site
demonstrating servlets: 0.2. About the Examples, Java Servlet Programming
for downloadable code: 0.2. About the Examples, Java Servlet Programming
examples in this book, available from: 0.4 Examples Online, Java Foundation Classes
examples in this book available online: 0.5. Examples Online, Java in a Nutshell
@exception doc-comment tag: 7.3.2. Doc-Comment Tags, Java in a Nutshell
7.3.2. Doc-Comment Tags, Java in a Nutshell
exception( ) (Environment): 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
exception handling: 1.3.4. Fault Tolerance Through Exception Handling, Java Distributed Computing
5.7. When Things Go Wrong, Java Servlet Programming
ExceptionList class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
ExceptionListener interface: 21. The javax.jms Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
exceptions: 5.2.6. Error Handling, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
1.3.3. Exceptions, Java in a Nutshell
2.6.15. The throw Statement, Java in a Nutshell
access control identities: 7.7.2. Access-Control Deployment Attributes, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
attributes, invalid: 6.11. Creating Directory Entries, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
bean class interfaces: 9.5.2 The Business Interface Alternative, Enterprise JavaBeans
bean-managed entity beans, handling: 6.2.2 Exception Handling, Enterprise JavaBeans
bean-managed transactions: 8.7.3 Bean-Managed Transactions, Enterprise JavaBeans
bounds, data (IDL): 10.4.1.1. Mapping strings and characters to Java, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
certificates: 19. The java.security.cert Package, Java in a Nutshell
checked or unchecked (in transactions): 8.7 EJB 1.0: Exceptions and Transactions, Enterprise JavaBeans
commands (JNDI NamingShell): 6.5.1. The Command Interface, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
context, destroying: 6.7. Creating and Destroying Contexts, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
CORBA
mapping to Java: 10.8.2. Mapping Exceptions to Java, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
standard: 10.8.1. Standard Exceptions, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Exception class: 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
ExceptionInInitializerError: 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
helper classes (IDL mapping to Java): 10.10.4.1. Helper and holder classes, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
home interface: 7.4.1. Home Interface, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
stateless session beans: 7.1.2.5 ProcessPaymentHome: The home interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
IDL interface: 10. IDL Reference, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
10.8. Exceptions, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
early binding: 10.10.3.3. IDL early binding, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
methods: 4.2.1.3. Data members and methods, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
10.10.2.2. Exceptions, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
IDL interfaces (inheritance): 10.10.3.2. Constant, type, and exception inheritance, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
IllegalMonitorStateException: 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
Java RMI: 6.1.4 Java RMI Return Types, Parameters, and Exceptions, Enterprise JavaBeans
name, object not found at specified: 4.4.2.1. Using a naming context, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
naming (JNDI): 6.2. A JNDI Example, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
object references, narrowing (CORBA): 4.4. Finding Remote Objects, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
objects, binding to NamingContext: 4.3.3. Adding Objects to a Naming Context, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
primary keys, finding: 7.6.2. Finder Methods, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
remote interface, stateless session beans: 7.1.2.2 ProcessPayment: The remote interface, Enterprise JavaBeans
root cause, specifying (Servlet API Version 2.1): 5.10. The Servlet API 2.1, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
sequences (IDL), size bounds: 10.7.3.1. Mapping sequences to Java, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
servlets: 5.2.6.2. Servlet exceptions, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
SQL return codes: 8.6. Return Codes, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
subsystem exceptions: 7.1.2.4 PaymentException: An application exception, Enterprise JavaBeans
Throwable interface: 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
transactions: B.2.3 EJB 1.1: Interactions Between Exceptions and Transactions, Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB 1.1: 8.6.1 Application Exceptions Versus System Exceptions, Enterprise JavaBeans
unions (IDL), mapping to Java: 10.7.6.1. Mapping unions to Java, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
exclusive write locks: 8.3.2 Database Locks, Enterprise JavaBeans
exec( ) (Runtime): 11. The java.io Package, Java in a Nutshell
12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
13.4. Executing Programs, Java Servlet Programming
13.4.2. Executing the Finger Command, Java Servlet Programming
executable software, server-side components as: 1.1.2 Server-Side Components, Enterprise JavaBeans
execute( )
Command interface: 6.5.1. The Command Interface, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Statement interface: 2.5. Statements, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
executeBatch( )
Statement interface: 2.13.2. Batch Updates, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
executeCall( ): D.3. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Distributed Computing
executeQuery( ): 7.1.2.3. Statement, Java Distributed Computing
7.1.2.3. Statement, Java Distributed Computing
9.2.3. Executing SQL Queries, Java Servlet Programming
PreparedStatement interface: 18. The java.sql Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Statement interface: 18. The java.sql Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
executeUpdate( )
PreparedStatement interface: 18. The java.sql Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
9.2.8. Using Prepared Statements, Java Servlet Programming
ResultSet interface: 18. The java.sql Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Statement interface: 18. The java.sql Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
executing queries: 9.2.3. Executing SQL Queries, Java Servlet Programming
exists( ) (File): 11. The java.io Package, Java in a Nutshell
exit( ): 2.3.5. Handling HEAD Requests, Java Servlet Programming
Runtime class: 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
System class: 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
exitValue( )
Process class: 12. The java.lang Package, Java in a Nutshell
expanding properties: 5.3. The Policy Class, Java Security
expandProperties property: 5.3. The Policy Class, Java Security
expert flag: 38.2.3.1. Member availability and flags, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
Expires header: 5.6. HTTP Headers, Java Servlet Programming
explicit narrowing of remote references: 5.2.2.2 EJB 1.1: Explicit narrowing using PortableRemoteObject, Enterprise JavaBeans
explicit transaction management: 8.2.3 Transaction Attributes Defined, Enterprise JavaBeans
8.5 Explicit Transaction Management, Enterprise JavaBeans
8.7 EJB 1.0: Exceptions and Transactions, Enterprise JavaBeans
by beans: 8.5 Explicit Transaction Management, Enterprise JavaBeans
Exploring Java book: 0.1.1. What You Need to Know, Java Servlet Programming
-export option (keystore): A.1.6. Examining Keystore Data, Java Security
export regulations (cryptographic technology): 26. The javax.crypto Package, Java in a Nutshell
ExportException class: D.3. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Distributed Computing
17. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
exporting
certificates: A.1.6. Examining Keystore Data, Java Security
cryptographic keys: 10.3. The KeyFactory Class, Java Security
encryption technology: 13.1. Export Restrictions, Java Security
keys from key specification classes: 13.4.2.1. Secret key specifications, Java Security
exportObject( )
Activatable class: 3.6.2. Defining an Activatable Remote Object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
3.6.2.1. The Activatable class, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
3.6.2.2. Implementing an activatable object, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
14. The java.rmi.activation Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
ServerRef interface: 17. The java.rmi.server Package, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
expressions: 2.5. Expressions and Operators, Java in a Nutshell
combining, caution with: 2.5.3. String Concatenation Operator, Java in a Nutshell
regular: 13.3. Using Regular Expressions, Java Servlet Programming
searching for: 1.3.2. Power, Java Servlet Programming
statements: 2.6.1. Expression Statements, Java in a Nutshell
extcheck utility: 8. Java Development Tools, Java in a Nutshell
extended attributes: 6.11. Creating Directory Entries, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
extendibility: 1.2.2. Flexible, Extendible Communication Protocols, Java Distributed Computing
extending class loaders: 3.5. Extensions to the Class Loader, Java Security
extensibility of servlets: 1.3.7. Extensibility and Flexibility, Java Servlet Programming
Extensible Markup Language (see XML)
extension APIs: 1.1.2.1. Server Extension APIs, Java Servlet Programming
extensions, file
.htm: 2.5.3. The Loophole, Java Servlet Programming
.html: 2.5.3. The Loophole, Java Servlet Programming
.jsp: 2.6.1. Using JavaServer Pages, Java Servlet Programming
.shtml: 2.4.1. Writing a Server-Side Include, Java Servlet Programming
2.5.2. Running Deblink, Java Servlet Programming
external programs
executing from servlets: 13.4. Executing Programs, Java Servlet Programming
finger: 13.4.1. Finger, Java Servlet Programming
external resources
connections to: 6.2.6.1 EJB 1.1: Using JDBC in EJB, Enterprise JavaBeans
JDBC URLs, obtaining for vendor-specific: 6.2.6.2 EJB 1.0: Using JDBC in EJB, Enterprise JavaBeans
Externalizable interface: 11. The java.io Package, Java in a Nutshell
2.1.1. Object Serialization and Memory Integrity, Java Security
Externalization Service (CORBA): 11.7. Externalization Service, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell
extra path information: 4.4.3. Path Information, Java Servlet Programming


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