Advanced J2EE Platform Development: Applying Integration Tier Patterns
Torbjorn Dahlen, Thorbiorn FritzonISBN: 0130449121;
Enterprise applications, F. Scott Fitzgerald might have said if he had been a programmer, are not like ordinary software. He would have been right, too: Multi-tier applications are inherently more complex than traditional software, and are subject to their own special collection of bugbears. Advanced J2EE Platform Development explores the characteristics of real-world multi-tier software as implemented in Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE), delivering a warts-and-all picture of the development environment as it's used for tying together user interfaces, business logic, databases, and--unusually among J2EE books, which usually treat this last part as an afterthought--legacy systems such as mainframes. This is a useful, eminently practical guide to J2EE software design. Torbjorn Dahlen and Thorbjorn Fritzon do the software-engineering community a favor by championing the idea of a common domain model--a standardized idea of business entities (customers, products, and...
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