By Stephanie Bodoff, Dale Green, Kim Haase, Eric Jendrock, Monica Pawlan, Beth Stearns

* light, self-paced introductions to servlets, JSP, JDBC, EJBs, XML, JMS, JNDI, and lots of different key subject matters. * Follows an analogous technique and structure that made The JavaTTM educational a global best-seller! * comprises CD-ROM containing all content material, examples, and either the J2EE and J2SE model 1.3 software program systems. Following within the footsteps of the The Java educational - a world best-seller - The J2EE educational deals an necessary, example-centered source for each developer who desires to grasp firm improvement with Java 2 company version, model 1.3. The authors - them all sunlight senior writers with direct entry to the architects of the J2EE platform - provide concise, hands-on introductions to every key J2EE know-how. they provide functional innovations and examples for operating with firm JavaBeans, servlets, JavaServer Pages, Java Message provider (JMS), Java Naming and listing Interface (JNDI), XML, the J2EE Connector structure, JavaMail, and JDBC. The e-book has been sophisticated to mirror millions of reviews from builders using draft variants released on the internet. All contents and examples also are supplied at the accompanying CD-ROM, besides entire copies of the J2EE and J2SE model 1.3 platform. for each skilled Java programmer who desires to construct firm ideas with Java 2 company version model 1.3. in regards to the Authors: Stephanie Bodoff, Dale eco-friendly, Eric Jendrock, and Monica Pawlan are senior writers at sunlight operating heavily with the architects of Sun's J2EE applied sciences. Beth Stearns is primary companion of ComputerEase Publishing, a consulting company she based in 1982. Her consumer checklist contains sunlight Microsystems, Silicon snap shots, Oracle, and Xerox.

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It comes with the J2EE application server, Web server, relational database, J2EE APIs, and complete set of development and deployment tools. html#sdk The purpose of the J2EE SDK is to allow product providers to determine what their implementations must do under a given set of application conditions, and to run the J2EE Compatibility Test Suite to test that their J2EE products fully com- REFERENCE IMPLEMENTATION SOFTWARE ply with the specification. It also allows application component developers to run their J2EE applications on the J2EE SDK to verify that applications are fully portable across all J2EE products and tools.

Create an initial naming context. Context initial = new InitialContext(); CREATING THE J2EE™ APPLICATION CLIENT The Context interface is part of the Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI). A naming context is a set of name-to-object bindings. A name that is bound within a context is the JNDI name of the object. An InitialContext object, which implements the Context interface, provides the starting point for the resolution of names. All naming operations are relative to a context. 2. Obtain the environment naming context of the application client.

Figure 2–1 shows what the JNDI Names tab should look like after you’ve performed the preceding steps. DEPLOYING THE J2EE™ APPLICATION Figure 2–1 ConverterApp JNDI Names Deploying the J2EE™ Application Now that the J2EE application contains the components, it is ready for deployment. 1. Select the ConverterApp application. 2. Select Tools→Deploy. 3. In the Introduction dialog box, confirm that ConverterApp is shown for the Object To Deploy and that localhost is shown for the Target Server. 4. Select the checkbox labeled Return Client Jar.

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