IBM WebSphere Everyplace Access V5 Handbook for Developers and Administrators Volume II: Application Development

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Abstract

This IBM Redbooks publication is part of a series of four volumes related to WebSphere® Everyplace® Access Version 5.0. These Redbooks will help you plan, install, administer and develop mobile applications to run in a WebSphere® Everyplace® Access Version 5.0 environment. The information provided in these Redbooks target business-to-employee (B2E) enterprise applications, but most of the scenarios presented will apply to business-to-consumer (B2C) applications as well. In these Redbooks, you will find step-by-step examples and scenarios showing ways to integrate your enterprise applications into a WebSphere Everyplace Access environment using the WebSphere Studio Site Developer and the Everyplace Toolkit, and extend your online and offline application capabilities to use other advanced functions.

In this book you will also find step-by-step sample scenarios illustrating procedures to develop online applications using WebSphere Studio Site Developer and WebSphere Application Site Developer along with the WebSphere Everyplace Toolkit. Sample scenarios also include offline applications using Offline Portal Content and Forms, Transcoding, and DB2e applications using the WebSphere Studio Device Developer.

A basic knowledge of Java technologies such as servlets, JavaBeans, EJBs, JavaServer Pages (JSPs), as well as XML applications and the terminology used in Web publishing, is assumed.

The following IBM WebSphere Everyplace Access V5 Handbook for Developers and Administrators Redbooks are part of this offering:

Volume I: Installation and Administration, SG24-6462
Volume II: Application Development, SG24-6463
Volume III: E-Mail and Database Synchronization, SG24-6676
Volume IV: Advanced Topics, SG24-6677

Table of contents

Part 1. Online applications
Chapter 1. My first pervasive portlet application
Chapter 2. Portlet action event handling
Chapter 3. Portlet messaging
Chapter 4. National Language Support (NLS)
Chapter 5. Developing a database access portlet
Chapter 6. Using the Credential Vault
Chapter 7. Accessing Web Services
Part 2. Transcoding
Chapter 8. Transcoding Technology
Chapter 9. A sample scenario using Transcoding Technology
Part 3. Offline applications
Chapter 10. Building a portlet for offline browsing
Chapter 11. Building a portlet for offline form access
Chapter 12. DB2 Everyplace applications with WebSphere Studio Device Developer
Appendix A. Portlet development platform installation
Appendix B. Additional material


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Publish Date
31 March 2005


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ISBN-10
0738492485

ISBN-13
9780738492483

IBM Form Number
SG24-6463-00

Number of pages
468