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scalar database functions: 2.12. Escape Sequences
schemas, 8.1. Relational Databases
schemas (SQL), commands, manipulating: 8.3. Schema Manipulation Commands
SchemaViolationException class: 23. The javax.naming.directory Package
scope (searches), setting: 6.12.3. Search Controls
scopes (ILD naming), interfaces, inherited: 10.10.3.2. Constant, type, and exception inheritance
scrolling
result sets: 2.13.1. Results Handling
2.13.1. Results Handling
support information (DatabaseMetaData): 2.13.1. Results Handling
search()
DirContext interface: 6.12. Searching a Directory
23. The javax.naming.directory Package
NamingShell class: 6.12.4. A Search Command
search() (DirContext): 23. The javax.naming.directory Package
SearchControls class: 6.12.3. Search Controls
6.12.3. Search Controls
23. The javax.naming.directory Package
searching
command: 6.12.4. A Search Command
controls: 6.12.3. Search Controls
directories: 6.12. Searching a Directory
filters: 6.12.1. Search Criteria
filter: 6.12.4. A Search Command
filters
logical operators, combining with: 6.12.1. Search Criteria
filters, using: 6.12.1. Search Criteria
results: 6.12.2. Search Results
scope, setting: 6.12.3. Search Controls
SearchResult class: 23. The javax.naming.directory Package
security
access control: 20. The javax.ejb.deployment Package
classes, loading remote: 3.5.1. Configuring Clients and Servers for Remote Class Loading
CORBA policy services: 4. Java IDL
EJB containers: 7.7.2. Access-Control Deployment Attributes
EJB/JNDI server interactions: 7.8.1. Finding Home Interfaces Through JNDI
HTTPS connections (cookies): 5.7. Cookies
JMS: 21. The javax.jms Package
naming exceptions: 22. The javax.naming Package
policies, overriding: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
remote objects, exporting: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
RMI: 13. The java.rmi Package
servlets: 5.2.7. Security
session IDs, exposing: 5.8.2. Session Contexts
security policies, remote classes, loading: 3.5.1. Configuring Clients and Servers for Remote Class Loading
Security Service (CORBA): 11.2. Security Service
11.11. Licensing Service
SECURITY_PRINCIPAL property: 7.8.1. Finding Home Interfaces Through JNDI
seek() (DynAny): 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
semicolons (IDL vs. Java): 4.2.1.1. Modules
send() (QueueSender): 21. The javax.jms Package
send_deferred() (Request): 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
sendError() (HttpServletResponse): 5.2.4. Servlet Responses
5.2.6.1. Status codes
26. The javax.servlet.http Package
send_oneway()(Request): 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
sendRedirect() (HTTPServletResponse): 5.2.4. Servlet Responses
separator characters (JNDI compound names): 6.6.1. How Names Work
sequences (IDL): 10.7.3. Sequences
Serializable interface: 3.2.1. Key RMI Classes for Remote Object Implementations
3.4.2. Remote Method Arguments and Return Values
serialization: 1.3.2. RMI: Remote Method Invocation
7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
(see also passivation)
beans (passivation): 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
data structures (entity beans): 7.6.7.1. Handling complex data structures
deployment descriptors: 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
EJB 1.1, changes: 7.9.1. XML-Based Deployment Descriptors
handles: 7.6.6. Handles on Entity Beans
HomeHandle: 7.9.3. Home Handles
MarshalledObject: 3.6.4. Activation Groups
objects (holder class): 4.2.2.3. The holder class
remote method arguments: 3.1.2. RMI Architecture
remote methods, primitive data types: 3.4.2. Remote Method Arguments and Return Values
RMI objects: 13. The java.rmi Package
Streamable object (CORBA): 4.2.2.3. The holder class
serialization and deserialization (objects), java.io package features: 1.3.2. RMI: Remote Method Invocation
serialver utility, options: 9. RMI Tools
serialver utility (RMI): 9. RMI Tools
ServantObject class: 33. The org.omg.CORBA.portable Package
server applications, network hardware and: 1.2. Enterprise Computing Demystified
server-side implementation, remote objects: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
server-side implementation (EJB interfaces): 7.2.3. The EJB Container
server-side includes: 5.10.1. Request Dispatching
server-side Java components, accessing directly: 5.6. Server-Side Includes
server-side programs, EJB and: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans
server skeletons: 3.1.1. RMI in Action
3.1.1. RMI in Action
3.1.2. RMI Architecture
4.2.2.4. The client and server stubs
17. The java.rmi.server Package
classes, loading: 3.5. Dynamically Loaded Classes
classes, regenerating (RMI/IIOP): 3.8. RMI over IIOP
CORBA: 4.1. The CORBA Architecture
4.1.2. Object Request Broker
generating: 3.3. Creating the Stubs and Skeletons
generating (RMI): 3.2. Defining Remote Objects
idltojava compiler, generating: 4.2.2. Turning IDL Into Java
method invocations, forwarding to server implementation object: 4.5. What If I Don't Know the Interface?
RMI architecture: 3.1.2. RMI Architecture
rmic compiler, generating: 9. RMI Tools
ServerCloneException class: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
ServerError class: 13. The java.rmi Package
ServerException class: 13. The java.rmi Package
ServerNotActiveException class: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
ServerRef interface: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
ServerRequest class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
ServerRuntimeException class: 13. The java.rmi Package
servers
configuring, remote class loading: 3.5.1. Configuring Clients and Servers for Remote Class Loading
constructing with given name: 3.6.2.2. Implementing an activatable object
containers and: 1.3.5. Enterprise JavaBeans
cookie support, lacking: 5.8. Session Tracking
directory (see directory servers)
distributed garbage collection: 15. The java.rmi.dgc Package
EJB: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans
bean instances: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
classes, connecting beans to container: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
containers vs.: 7.2.3. The EJB Container
JDBC connections, providing: 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions
portability across different (bean implementations): 7.9.4. Detailed Programming Restrictions for Bean Implementations
portability problems, container-managed persistence: 7.6.7. Container-Managed Persistence
RMI-IIOP, compatibility: 7.9.5. Assorted Other Changes
transactions, making aware of: 7.3.1. Making the EJB Server Aware of Database Transactions
EJB-enabled, types available: 7.2.3. The EJB Container
EJB/JNDI interaction: 7.8.1. Finding Home Interfaces Through JNDI
implementation RemoteObject, subclassing: 3.2.1. Key RMI Classes for Remote Object Implementations
Java implementation, lacking: 3.7.1. RMI with JNI Versus CORBA
as Java objects (RMI): 3.1. Introduction to RMI
JTA, using: 1.3.8. JTA: Managing Distributed Transactions
keep-alive checks: 5.10.1. Request Dispatching
LDAP, directory entries, prohibiting new: 6.11. Creating Directory Entries
methods implementation (IDL/Java conversion): 4.2.2.4. The client and server stubs
native libraries, loading: 3.7. RMI and Native Method Calls
objects, loading skeleton and implementation classes: 3.5. Dynamically Loaded Classes
objects, implementing in RMI: 3.2.1. Key RMI Classes for Remote Object Implementations
objects, registering (CORBA Naming Service): 3.8. RMI over IIOP
objects, remote activation (RMI): 3.1.3.2. Object activation service
objects, wrapping (holder class): 4.2.2.3. The holder class
obtaining information about (servlet requests): 5.2.5. Servlet Requests
registering RMI-enabled objects: 3.1.3.1. Naming/registry service
remote interface, implementing: 3.6.2. Defining an Activatable Remote Object
remote interface, implementing directly (EJB class): 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
remote requests, handling: 3.1.2. RMI Architecture
resource management: 3.6. Remote Object Activation
container role: 7.2.3. The EJB Container
RMI: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
RMI/JNI or CORBA, interface to native code: 3.8. RMI over IIOP
server-side includes, implementation differences: 5.6. Server-Side Includes
servlet state, preserving between shutdowns: 5.4. Custom Servlet Initialization
session beans lifetime, dependent upon: 7.5. Implementing Session Beans
simple class (IDL): 4.2.2.1. A simple server class
stubs, generating (idltojava compiler): 4.2.2.4. The client and server stubs
web servers: 5.1. The Servlet Life Cycle
ServerSession interface: 21. The javax.jms Package
ServerSessionPool interface: 21. The javax.jms Package
_ServerStub class: 4.2.2. Turning IDL Into Java
service()
GenericServlet class: 25. The javax.servlet Package
HttpServlet class: 26. The javax.servlet.http Package
Servlet interface: 25. The javax.servlet Package
service() (BasicServlet): 5.2. Servlet Basics
service provider interface (see SPI (JNDI))
service providers
attribute values, determining: 6.9.4. The Attribute Interface
class, determining: 6.7. Creating and Destroying Contexts
JNDI, interacting with: 6.1. JNDI Architecture
listed (Sun, JNDI web page): 6.1. JNDI Architecture
name and directory protocols: 1.3.4. JNDI: Accessing Naming and Directory Services
separator characters (compound names): 6.6.1. How Names Work
ServiceDetail class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
ServiceDetailHelper class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
ServiceInformation class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
ServiceInformationHelper class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
ServiceInformationHolder class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
services
CORBA: 11. CORBA Services Reference
EJB objects: 7. Enterprise JavaBeans
deployment descriptors and container roles: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
ServiceUnavailableException class: 22. The javax.naming Package
Servlet API: 1.3.6. Servlets
5. Java Servlets
25. The javax.servlet Package
component packages: 5.2. Servlet Basics
cookies: 5.7. Cookies
core elements: 5.2. Servlet Basics
exceptions: 5.2.6.2. Servlet exceptions
HTTP errors: 5.2.6.1. Status codes
life cycle: 5.1. The Servlet Life Cycle
server-side includes, support issues: 5.6. Server-Side Includes
session tracking: 5.7. Cookies
5.8. Session Tracking
Version 2.1: 5.10. The Servlet API 2.1
Servlet interface: 5.2. Servlet Basics
25. The javax.servlet Package
<SERVLET> tags (HTML pages): 5.6. Server-Side Includes
ServletContext interface: 5.10. The Servlet API 2.1
25. The javax.servlet Package
shared attribute methods (Version 2.1): 5.10.2. Shared Attributes
ServletException class: 5.2.6.2. Servlet exceptions
5.10. The Servlet API 2.1
25. The javax.servlet Package
ServletInputStream class: 25. The javax.servlet Package
ServletOutputStream class: 5.10.1. Request Dispatching
25. The javax.servlet Package
ServletRequest interface: 5.2. Servlet Basics
5.2.5. Servlet Requests
25. The javax.servlet Package
updating with target URL: 5.10.1. Request Dispatching
ServletResponse interface: 5.2. Servlet Basics
5.2.4. Servlet Responses
25. The javax.servlet Package
servlets
chaining: 5.3. Servlet Chaining
content changes, checking: 5.2.1. HTTP Servlets
database connections: 5.9. Databases and Non-HTML Content
direct access (other servlets), deprecating: 5.10.2. Shared Attributes
file-serving: 5.2.6.3. A file serving servlet
HTML forms and interactions: 5.2.2. Forms and Interaction
information about (name, author, version): 5.2.1. HTTP Servlets
initialization (custom): 5.4. Custom Servlet Initialization
non-HTML content, handling: 5.9. Databases and Non-HTML Content
POST requests, handling: 5.2.3. POST, HEAD, and Other Requests
request dispatching: 5.10.1. Request Dispatching
requests: 5.2.5. Servlet Requests
responses: 5.2.4. Servlet Responses
RMI hosts, acting as: 5.1. The Servlet Life Cycle
as server-side applets: 1.3.6. Servlets
server-side includes and: 5.6. Server-Side Includes
shopping cart (example): 1.4.1. Enabling E-Commerce for a Mail-Order Enterprise
threads, safety: 5.5. Thread Safety
session beans: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
create methods: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
entity beans vs.: 7.2.2. The Enterprise JavaBeans Object
implementing: 7.5. Implementing Session Beans
Java classes/interfaces required: 7.4. Implementing a Basic EJB Object
methods, required implementation: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
session context, setting: 7.5. Implementing Session Beans
stateful (see stateful session beans)
stateless (see stateless session beans)
time-out, specifying (deployment descriptors): 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
transaction boundaries, container nofitication of: 7.5.2. Optional Transaction Support
Session interface: 21. The javax.jms Package
session tracking: 5. Java Servlets
5.8. Session Tracking
objects, binding and unbinding: 5.8.1. HttpSessionBindingListener
session ID, accessing: 5.8. Session Tracking
SessionBean interface: 7.4.3. The Bean Implementation
7.5. Implementing Session Beans
19. The javax.ejb Package
SessionContext interface: 7.5. Implementing Session Beans
19. The javax.ejb Package
SessionDescriptor class: 7.7. Deploying an Enterprise JavaBeans Object
7.7.3. Generating the Container Classes and Deployment Descriptor
7.7.4. Packaging Enterprise JavaBeans
20. The javax.ejb.deployment Package
SessionSynchronization interface: 7.5.2. Optional Transaction Support
19. The javax.ejb Package
set() (SearchControls): 6.12.3. Search Controls
setAttribute()
ServletContext interface: 5.10.2. Shared Attributes
ServletRequest interface: 5.10.1. Request Dispatching
setAttribute() (ServletContext): 25. The javax.servlet Package
setAutoCommit() (Connection): 18. The java.sql Package
setBlob() (PreparedStatement): 2.13.4. BLOBs and CLOBs
setClob() (PreparedStatement): 2.13.4. BLOBs and CLOBs
setCommand() (RowSet): 27. The javax.sql Package
setContentLength() (ServletResponse): 25. The javax.servlet Package
setContentType() (ServletResponse): 5.2.4. Servlet Responses
25. The javax.servlet Package
setDateHeader() (HttpServletResponse): 5.2.4. Servlet Responses
26. The javax.servlet.http Package
setDefaultStream() (LogStream): 17. The java.rmi.server Package
set_elements() (DynArray): 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
setEntityContext(EntityContext ctx): 7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation
setEscapeProcessing() (Statement): 2.12. Escape Sequences
setFailureHandler()
RMIFailureHandler class: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
RMISocketFactory class: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
set/get accessors (stateful session beans): 7.5.1. Stateless Versus Stateful Session Beans
setHeader() (HttpServletResponse): 5.2.4. Servlet Responses
26. The javax.servlet.http Package
setInitialContextFactoryBuilder() (NamingManager): 24. The javax.naming.spi Package
setIntHeader() (HttpServletResponse): 5.2.4. Servlet Responses
26. The javax.servlet.http Package
setJMSDeliveryMode() (Message): 21. The javax.jms Package
setLog() (RemoteServer): 17. The java.rmi.server Package
setNextException() (SQLException): 18. The java.sql Package
setNull() (PreparedStatement): 2.8. Prepared Statements
setObject(), MapMessage interface: 21. The javax.jms Package
setObject() (PreparedStatement): 2.8. Prepared Statements
SetOverrideType class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
set_policy_overrides() (Object): 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
setReturningObjFlag(): 6.12.3. Search Controls
setRollbackOnly()
Transaction interface: 28. The javax.transaction Package
UserTransaction interface: 28. The javax.transaction Package
setRollbackOnly() (EJBContext): 19. The javax.ejb Package
setSessionContext() (SessionBean): 7.5. Implementing Session Beans
19. The javax.ejb Package
setSocketFactory() (RMISocketFactory): 17. The java.rmi.server Package
setStatus() (HttpServletResponse): 5.2.4. Servlet Responses
26. The javax.servlet.http Package
setString() (PreparedStatement): 2.8. Prepared Statements
setTransactionIsolation() (Connection): 2.10. Transactions
setTransactionTimeout()
TransactionManager interface: 28. The javax.transaction Package
UserTransaction interface: 28. The javax.transaction Package
shared attributes (Servlet API Version 2.1): 5.10.2. Shared Attributes
shopping-cart servlet (example): 1.4.1. Enabling E-Commerce for a Mail-Order Enterprise
ShortHolder class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
.shtml files (HTML pages): 5.6. Server-Side Includes
SingleThreadModel interface: 5.5. Thread Safety
25. The javax.servlet Package
size() (Attributes): 6.9.4. The Attribute Interface
SizeLimitExceededException class: 22. The javax.naming Package
Skeleton class: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
SkeletonMismatchException: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
SkeletonNotFoundException: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
skeletons: 3.1.2. RMI Architecture
(see also server skeletons)
socket programming, RMI vs.: 3.1. Introduction to RMI
sockets
customized factories: 3.6.2.1. The Activatable class
servers (RMI): 17. The java.rmi.server Package
SocketSecurityException: 17. The java.rmi.server Package
Solaris C/C++ pre-processor: 12. Java IDL Tools
SPI (JNDI): 6.1. JNDI Architecture
service providers list (Sun): 6.1. JNDI Architecture
web page (Sun): 6.3.2. Other Naming Systems
SQL: 2. JDBC
ANSI-92 SQL state codes: 2.7. Handling Errors
ARRAY objects: 18. The java.sql Package
data types: 2.6. Results
DATE, TIME, and TIMESTAMP: 2.6.3. Dates and Times
mapping to Java primitive types: 2.8. Prepared Statements
database queries: 18. The java.sql Package
date and time functions: 2.12. Escape Sequences
DATE specification: 18. The java.sql Package
functions: 8.5. Functions
groups: 8.4.1.3. Groups
joins: 8.4.1.2. Subqueries and joins
predicates, listed: 8.4.1. SELECT
queries: 2.5. Statements
multiple, executing simultaneously: 2.5. Statements
reference: 8. SQL Reference
return codes: 8.6. Return Codes
SQL-92: 2.1. JDBC Architecture
standard, versions: 8. SQL Reference
statements
executing as batch: 2.13.2. Batch Updates
multiple, executing: 2.10. Transactions
precompiled, running repeatedly: 2.8. Prepared Statements
statements, types: 2.5. Statements
stored procedures: 2.11. Stored Procedures
subqueries: 8.4.1.2. Subqueries and joins
TIME specification: 18. The java.sql Package
SQL programming, JDBC API, working with: 1.3.1. JDBC: Working with Databases
SQL queries, results: 2.6. Results
SQLData interface: 18. The java.sql Package
SQLException class: 2.2. JDBC Basics
2.7. Handling Errors
18. The java.sql Package
SQLInput interface: 18. The java.sql Package
SQLOutput interface: 18. The java.sql Package
SQLSTATE return codes: 8.6. Return Codes
SQLWarning class: 2.7.1. SQL Warnings
18. The java.sql Package
18. The java.sql Package
SSL encryption, authentication (web servers): 5.2.7. Security
Standard Query Language (see SQL)
start()
Connection interface: 21. The javax.jms Package
ServerSession interface: 21. The javax.jms Package
XAResource interface: 29. The javax.transaction.xa Package
state
client manipulation (stateful session beans): 7.5.1. Stateless Versus Stateful Session Beans
entity beans, refreshing: 7.6.3. Entity Bean Implementation
information, preserving (web sessions): 5.8. Session Tracking
servlet, preserving between server shutdowns: 5.4. Custom Servlet Initialization
session beans: 7.5.1. Stateless Versus Stateful Session Beans
stateful session beans
as client extension: 7.5.1. Stateless Versus Stateful Session Beans
entity beans (bean-managed) vs.: 7.6.3.1. A persistent ProfileBean
implementation: 7.5.1. Stateless Versus Stateful Session Beans
remote interface, example: 7.5.1. Stateless Versus Stateful Session Beans
run-as-identity requirements: 7.7.2. Access-Control Deployment Attributes
stateless session beans vs.: 7.5.1. Stateless Versus Stateful Session Beans
transaction boundaries, container notification of: 7.5. Implementing Session Beans
stateless session beans, stateful session beans vs.: 7.5.1. Stateless Versus Stateful Session Beans
Statement interface: 2.2. JDBC Basics
2.5. Statements
18. The java.sql Package
PreparedStatement vs. Statement objects: 2.8. Prepared Statements
queries, executing multiple: 2.5. Statements
static methods: 14. The java.rmi.activation Package
static methods (helper class): 4.2.2. Turning IDL Into Java
status codes
common HTTP errors, listed: 5.2.6.1. Status codes
HTTP errors (servlets): 5.2.6.1. Status codes
specifying (servlet responses): 5.2.4. Servlet Responses
status codes (servlet responses): 5.2.4. Servlet Responses
Status interface: 28. The javax.transaction Package
stop(), Connection interface: 21. The javax.jms Package
stored procedures (databases): 2.11. Stored Procedures
batch updates: 2.13.2. Batch Updates
Streamable interface: 4.2.2.3. The holder class
33. The org.omg.CORBA.portable Package
StreamMessage interface: 21. The javax.jms Package
string manipulation functions (SQL): 8.5.2.2. String manipulation functions
String objects (arrays), initial objects listing: 4.4.1. Initial ORB References
StringHolder class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
stringified object references: 4.4.3. Stringified Object References
4.4.3. Stringified Object References
4.4.3. Stringified Object References
StringRefAddr class: 22. The javax.naming Package
strings
addresses (references): 22. The javax.naming Package
adjacent (idltojavacompiler bugs): 12. Java IDL Tools
arrays of (parameter values): 5.2.5. Servlet Requests
concatenation operator: 8.5. Functions
DatabaseMetaData methods: 2.9.1. DatabaseMetaData
IDL: 10.4.1. Strings and Characters
mapping to Java: 10.4.1.1. Mapping strings and characters to Java
Java, converting to native: 3.7. RMI and Native Method Calls
literals (IDL): 10.5.5. String Literals
object references as printable characters: 4.4.3. Stringified Object References
read-only attribute (IDL): 4.2.1.3. Data members and methods
search filters: 6.12.1. Search Criteria
SQL, processing (databases): 2.8. Prepared Statements
string_to_object() (ORB): 4.4.3. Stringified Object References
30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
Struct interface: 18. The java.sql Package
StructMember class: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
structs (IDL): 10.7.4. Structs
30. The org.omg.CORBA Package
mapping to Java: 10.7.4.1. Mapping structs to Java
Structured Query Language (see SQL)
StubNotFoundException class: 13. The java.rmi Package
stubs: 3. Remote Method Invocation
as remote references to server objects: 4.2.2.4. The client and server stubs
client and server: 4.2.2.4. The client and server stubs
converting from stringified object references: 4.4.3. Stringified Object References
RMI stub/skeleton layer: 3.1.2. RMI Architecture
subcontext, reference, obtaining: 4.4.2.1. Using a naming context
subcontexts
creating: 6.11. Creating Directory Entries
destroying: 6.7. Creating and Destroying Contexts
naming systems: 6.3. Introducing the Context
subcontexts (NamingService), binding objects to: 4.3.3. Adding Objects to a Naming Context
subqueries (SQL): 8.4.1.2. Subqueries and joins
substrings (SQL): 8.5.2.2. String manipulation functions
Sun, CORBA implementation (Java IDL): 1.3.3. Java IDL: CORBA Distributed Objects
super.init() (servlets): 5.4. Custom Servlet Initialization
suppliers (CORBA events): 11.3. Event Service
supportsDataDefinitionAndDataManipulationTransactions() (DatabaseMetaData): 2.10. Transactions
supportsTransactionIsolationLevel() (DatabaseMetaData): 2.10. Transactions
supportsTransactions() (DatabaseMetaData): 2.10. Transactions
switch statements (IDL unions): 10.7.6. Unions
symbols, defining with given value (idltojava compiler): 12. Java IDL Tools
synchronization
servlets, service method: 5.5. Thread Safety
session beans
session synchronization interface: 7.5.2. Optional Transaction Support
stateless beans and: 7.5.1. Stateless Versus Stateful Session Beans
thread safety, maintaining: 5.5. Thread Safety
Synchronization interface: 28. The javax.transaction Package
synchronized methods: 38.2.3.1. Member availability and flags
SystemException class: 28. The javax.transaction Package
CORBA: 30. The org.omg.CORBA Package


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