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    Java Servlet and JSP Cookbook
    With literally hundreds of examples and thousands of lines of code, the Java Servlet and JSP Cookbook yields tips and techniques that any Java web developer who uses JavaServer Pages or servlets will use every day, along with full-fledged solutions to significant web application development problems that developers can insert directly into...

    Updated: 05/30/2005

    Programming Jakarta Struts, 2nd Edition
    If you want to use the Struts Framework to its fullest potential, this is the book for you. Programming Jakarta Struts, 2nd Edition covers everything the successful earlier edition did as well as plenty more: now fully up to date with Struts 1.1, this edition covers the latest material on tag libraries and the new JavaServerFaces (JSF) APIs and...

    Updated: 05/30/2005

    Using the Scheduler Servlet in JRun
    JRun includes a Scheduler servlet that executes actions at specified times. Actions can be servlets, CGI requests, ColdFusion pages, ASP pages, or any other Web document. This article concentrates on using the Scheduler servlet to request other servlets. The Scheduler servlet is conceptually similar to the cron daemon on Unix systems or the Scheduler service (and at command) on Windows NT. A comparison to cron is given below.

    Updated: 05/12/2005

    OpenEJB: EJB for Tomcat
    There has probably been a day in your life when you\'ve asked yourself if your web application might use other J2EE concepts besides Java servlets. Your dilemma has most likely been \"Although I could read the specifications, I don\'t have time to set up the containers and enhance the application.\" In most cases, that\'s what keeps people away from leveraging J2EE technologies in their applications. It happens with other architectures, too. However, this doesn\'t have to last forever, as there are tools to make your life easier. OpenEJB is one--you can run it with no problems after having spent a few minutes reading a quick introduction.

    Updated: 05/12/2005

    Converting Java to C#
    The Java Language Conversion Assistant (JLCA) is a tool that provides the ability to convert Java code and library calls to Microsoft Visual C# .NET. Built based on the ArtinSoft migration technology, this second version adds a number of additional features to its abilities. This includes the ability to convert code from both the client and the server. Developers will be able to convert Web as well as Windows®-based applications. Java Server Pages and Java servlets can also be converted to ASP.NET.

    Updated: 05/12/2005

    Using JRun 3.0 Logging Facilities
    This examines the logging facilities built in to JRun 3.0. The logging subsystem can serve as a portal into JRun, allowing you to not only see what has happened (or gone wrong), but also to gather statistics about the health of the server. You can also configure JRun to log messages to any number of destinations and create your own logging component to perform customized filtering and writing as well.

    Updated: 05/12/2005

    Tips for Scripting Java with Jython
    Maybe you\'re writing a Java program, and you need to do a quick one-off script to clean up your database. Sure, you could write it in Java, but that can involve a lot of overhead for a quick script. You could write it in an outside scripting language, but you\'d really like access to the business logic already in your Java program.

    Updated: 05/12/2005

    Web Development in Heavy Traffic
    It happens from time to time: you spend a few years working on one peculiar aspect of a problem, you believe you become \"experienced\" in that problem, and, once your environment changes, you notice how you were looking at it with the eyes of a blind man. It happened to me recently. Since 1997, I have been working on the problems related to the integration of Web servers (especially the Apache Web server) with servlet containers.

    Updated: 05/12/2005

    Jakarta Struts: Seven Lessons from the Trenches
    This week on ONJava.com, O\'Reilly\'s new \"Programming Jakarta Struts\" author Chuck Cavaness describes his experiences when his Internet company decided to adopt the open source Apache Jakarta Struts framework. Chuck spent months figuring out how to use it in order to build a company application. If you\'re a Java programmer charged with developing Web applications using servlets and JSPs, you\'ll find a lot of insight and valuable information in the seven lessons Chuck had to learn, the hard way.

    Updated: 05/12/2005

    J2EE to .NET Migration: Quick Tips
    Here are some Quick tips to get you started, in case you need to migrate a J2EE based application to a .NET based application.We approach the migration tier wise. Firstly, a technology mapping between both the platforms

    Updated: 05/12/2005

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