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JAR files: 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
7.7.4. Packaging Enterprise JavaBeans
deployment descriptors: 7.9.1. XML-Based Deployment Descriptors
jar utility (Java SDK): 7.7.4. Packaging Enterprise JavaBeans
Java
client and server implementation, required (RMI): 1.3.2. RMI: Remote Method Invocation
IDL conversion: 4.2.2. Turning IDL Into Java
IDL, differences (list): 4.2.1. An IDL Primer
object-oriented programming: 1.2. Enterprise Computing Demystified
platform independence: 1.2. Enterprise Computing Demystified
SQL vs.: 8. SQL Reference
versions 1.1 and 1.2 RMI, introducing and enhancing: 1.3.2. RMI: Remote Method Invocation
versions 1.1 and 1.2 (JDBC): 1.3.1. JDBC: Working with Databases
Java 2 platform
Enterprise Edition (J2EE): 1. Introduction
JDBC 2.0: 2.13. JDBC 2.0
JDBC 2.0, new features: 2. JDBC
Servlet API: 1.3.6. Servlets
Java archive files (see JAR files)
Java-aware databases: 2.13.3. Java-Aware Databases
Java Blend (object/database mapping): 2.13.3. Java-Aware Databases
Java classes
EJB client and container, providing for: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
EJB components: 7.4. Implementing a Basic EJB Object
IDL interfaces vs.: 4.2.1. An IDL Primer
Java Database Connectivity (see JDBC)
Java Development Kit (see JDK)
Java Enterprise APIs: 1.3. The Java Enterprise APIs
EJB vs.: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans
heterogeneous networks, alleviating problems: 1.2. Enterprise Computing Demystified
Jini vs.: 1.5. Java Enterprise APIs Versus Jini
servlets, using: 1.3.6. Servlets
SQL as key part: 2. JDBC
Java IDL (see IDL)
Java interface (IDL interface, converting): 4.2.2.1. A simple server class
Java language
comments (IDL): 10.3. Comments
multithreading vs. concurrency control (CORBA): 11.6. Concurrency Control Service
Java Message Service (see JMS)
Java Message Service (JMS): 21. The javax.jms Package
Java Naming and Directory Interface (see JNDI)
6. JNDI
Java Naming and Directory Services (see JNDI)
Java Native Interface (see JNI)
Java objects
instantiating: 2.13.3. Java-Aware Databases
mapping to database records (Java Blend): 2.13.3. Java-Aware Databases
SQL type, mapping to: 18. The java.sql Package
storing type: 2.13.3. Java-Aware Databases
Java packages (IDL modules vs.): 4.2.1. An IDL Primer
Java SDK jar utility: 7.7.4. Packaging Enterprise JavaBeans
Java Servlet API: 1.3.6. Servlets
Java Servlet Development Kit (JSDK): 5.2. Servlet Basics
Java Transaction API (see JTA)
7.8.3. Using Client-Side Transactions
Java VM
activation daemon: 3.6.5. The Activation Daemon
activation group, startup: 14. The java.rmi.activation Package
activation groups: 3.6.3. Registering Activatable Objects
activation groups, running: 3.6. Remote Object Activation
libraries (native functions), loading: 3.7. RMI and Native Method Calls
Java Web Server (JWS), URL encoding, disabled: 5.8. Session Tracking
JavaBeans
client GUIs: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB and: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans
javah tool (natively implemented method): 3.7. RMI and Native Method Calls
java.io package, serialization and deserialization features: 1.3.2. RMI: Remote Method Invocation
java.lang.Object
unions (IDL), mapping to Java: 10.7.6.1. Mapping unions to Java
java.naming.factory.initial property: 6.3.1. Using the InitialContext Class
java.rmi package: 1.3.2. RMI: Remote Method Invocation
3. Remote Method Invocation
java.rmi Package package: 13. The java.rmi Package
java.rmi.activation package: 3.6. Remote Object Activation
java.rmi.activation Package package: 14. The java.rmi.activation Package
java.rmi.activation.ActivationSystem: 9. RMI Tools
java.rmi.dgc Package package: 15. The java.rmi.dgc Package
java.rmi.registry Package package: 16. The java.rmi.registry Package
java.rmi.server package: 3.2.1. Key RMI Classes for Remote Object Implementations
17. The java.rmi.server Package
java.rmi.server.codebase property: 3.5.1. Configuring Clients and Servers for Remote Class Loading
JavaServer Pages (JSP): 5.6. Server-Side Includes
java.sql package: 2. JDBC
18. The java.sql Package
JDBC API, containing: 1.3.1. JDBC: Working with Databases
javax.ejb package: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans
EJB API: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans
javax.ejb Package package: 19. The javax.ejb Package
javax.ejb.deployment package: 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
EJB API: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans
javax.ejb.deployment Package package: 20. The javax.ejb.deployment Package
javax.jms package: 21. The javax.jms Package
javax.naming package: 1.3.4. JNDI: Accessing Naming and Directory Services
6.1. JNDI Architecture
javax.naming Package package: 22. The javax.naming Package
javax.naming.directory package: 6.1. JNDI Architecture
javax.naming.directory Package package: 23. The javax.naming.directory Package
javax.naming.spi package: 6.1. JNDI Architecture
javax.naming.spiPackage package: 24. The javax.naming.spi Package
javax.servlet package: 1.3.6. Servlets
5.2. Servlet Basics
javax.servlet Package package: 25. The javax.servlet Package
javax.servlet.http package: 1.3.6. Servlets
5.2. Servlet Basics
javax.servlet.http Package package: 26. The javax.servlet.http Package
javax.sql package: 2.13.5. The JDBC Standard Extension
JDBC, additional features: 1.3.1. JDBC: Working with Databases
javax.sql Package package: 27. The javax.sql Package
javax.transaction package: 1.3.8. JTA: Managing Distributed Transactions
javax.transaction Package package: 28. The javax.transaction Package
javax.transactions.xa package: 1.3.8. JTA: Managing Distributed Transactions
javax.transaction.xa Package package: 29. The javax.transaction.xa Package
JDBC
2.0 standard extension: 2.13.5. The JDBC Standard Extension
architecture: 2.1. JDBC Architecture
basic functionalities, example: 2.2. JDBC Basics
batch updates: 2.13.2. Batch Updates
BLOB and CLOB objects: 2.6.2. Large Data Types
commands, database-independent: 2.12. Escape Sequences
Connection object, binding to sessions: 5.8.1. HttpSessionBindingListener
connection pooling mechanism: 5.9. Databases and Non-HTML Content
connections, EJB server, providing: 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions
connections pool, EJB vendors, providing: 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions
data types, mapping to primitive Java types: 2.8. Prepared Statements
database communications, servlets: 5.9. Databases and Non-HTML Content
database connections (container-managed persistence): 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence
date and time classes: 2.6.3. Dates and Times
drivers: 2.1. JDBC Architecture
2.3. JDBC Drivers
EJB server, awareness of connections: 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions
escape syntax, stored procedures: 2.11. Stored Procedures
JDBC 2.0 standard extension: 2.4. Connecting to the Database
JDBC-ODBC Bridge (Microsoft Open DataBase Connectivity): 2.3.2. The JDBC-ODBC Bridge
JDBC version 1.0: 2.13. JDBC 2.0
metadata: 2.9. Metadata
platform independence: 2.1. JDBC Architecture
ResultSet (version 2.0 vs. 1.0): 2.6. Results
SQL return codes: 8.6. Return Codes
SQL statements: 2.5. Statements
transactions: 2.10. Transactions
URLs: 2.3.1. JDBC URLs
odbc subprotocol: 2.3.2. The JDBC-ODBC Bridge
version 2.0: 2.13. JDBC 2.0
versions 1.0 and 2.0: 2. JDBC
JDBC API: 2. JDBC
18. The java.sql Package
Standard Extension API (2.0): 27. The javax.sql Package
JDBC drivers, registering with DriverManager: 2.3. JDBC Drivers
JDBC (Java Database Connectivity)
relational databases, working with: 1.3.1. JDBC: Working with Databases
JDBC-ODBC Bridge
sample output (DatabaseMetaData program): 2.9.1. DatabaseMetaData
Sun and Intersolv, updated version: 2.13. JDBC 2.0
Windows and Solaris systems: 2.3.2. The JDBC-ODBC Bridge
JDBC-ODBC Bridge Drivers: 2.3. JDBC Drivers
JDBCDriverManager: 2.3. JDBC Drivers
jdbc.drivers property: 2.3. JDBC Drivers
JDBMS systems, Java objects (storing): 2.13.3. Java-Aware Databases
JDK
RMI registry daemon: 3.4.1. The Registry and Naming Services
servlets, separate distribution: 5.2. Servlet Basics
version 1.0: 2.13. JDBC 2.0
Version 1.1 (JDBC-ODBC Bridge): 2.3.2. The JDBC-ODBC Bridge
Jini, Java Enterprise APIs vs.: 1.5. Java Enterprise APIs Versus Jini
JMS (Java Message Service): 1.3.7. JMS: Enterprise Messaging
JMSException class: 21. The javax.jms Package
JMSSecurityException class: 21. The javax.jms Package
JNDI: 6. JNDI
6. JNDI
22. The javax.naming Package
architecture: 6.1. JNDI Architecture
attribute values, specifying: 6.11. Creating Directory Entries
attributes values, working with: 6.9.4. The Attribute Interface
client identity, reserved name entry: 7.7.2. Access-Control Deployment Attributes
CORBA Naming Service, registering with: 3.8. RMI over IIOP
directory schema, modifying: 6.10. Modifying Directory Entries
directory schemas: 6.9.1. X.500 Directories
directory services: 6.9. Accessing Directory Services
searching: 6.12. Searching a Directory
EJB components, accessing on network: 6. JNDI
EJB home interfaces, locating: 7.2.1. The EJB Client
files, not creating: 6.7. Creating and Destroying Contexts
home interface (EJB), registering: 7.2.3. The EJB Container
JDBC standard extension, supporting: 2.13.5. The JDBC Standard Extension
libraries, specifying in classpath: 6.5.3. Running the Shell
naming directory: 23. The javax.naming.directory Package
packages, downloading: 6.1. JNDI Architecture
remote objects, binding to CORBA Naming Service: 3.8. RMI over IIOP
RMI registry, binding: 3.1.3.1. Naming/registry service
security principal EJB/JNDI server: 7.8.1. Finding Home Interfaces Through JNDI
separator characters (compound names): 6.6.1. How Names Work
SPI (see SPI (JNDI))
JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Services): 1.3.4. JNDI: Accessing Naming and Directory Services
JNI: 3.1. Introduction to RMI
JNI C/C++ header files: 3.7. RMI and Native Method Calls
joins (SQL): 8.4.1.2. Subqueries and joins
multiple tables, joining: 8.4.1.2. Subqueries and joins
tables, connecting: 8.4.1.2. Subqueries and joins
without JOIN keyword: 8.4.1.2. Subqueries and joins
JSDK (Java Servlet Development Kit): 5.2. Servlet Basics
JSP (see Java Server Pages)
JTA: 28. The javax.transaction Package
boundaries (client-side), creating: 7.8.3. Using Client-Side Transactions
EJB transaction support: 7.3. Transaction Management
JTA API: 1.3.8. JTA: Managing Distributed Transactions
two-phase commit: 2.13.5. The JDBC Standard Extension
JWS (Java Web Server) servlet chaining: 5.3. Servlet Chaining


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