e-business Cookbook for z/OS Volume III: Java Development

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on August 16, 2002

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ISBN-10: 0738425346
ISBN-13: 9780738425344
IBM Form #: SG24-5980-01


Authors: Tamas Vilaghy, Juerrgen Lange, Axel Mester, Frank Pani and Marc Beyerle

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication is the third volume of a series entitled e-business Cookbook for z/OS. It is intended for Application Developers and Application Development Infrastructure Specialists who need to develop Web applications for z/OS using Java.

    The book focuses on the most popular and viable application topologies. It includes applications that use WebSphere V4.0.1: The use of IBM VisualAge for Java, Enterprise Edition, and IBM WebSphere Studio is key throughout.

    The book guides you through setting up the required development infrastructure. It shows how to develop various types of Web applications specifically for z/OS, and also how to use Java from batch applications and how to access VSAM data sets with Java. It provides examples for Web-enabling DB2 and MQSeries, and detailed information regarding connecting to CICS and IMS.

    The other two volumes in this series are e-business Cookbook for z/OS Volume I: Technology Introduction, SG24-5664 and e-business Cookbook for z/OS Volume II: Infrastructure, SG24-5981.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Development environment

    Chapter 2. Web Applications

    Chapter 3. J2EE

    Chapter 4. Using Java in batch

    Chapter 5. Accessing file systems from Java

    Chapter 6. Accessing relational data from Java

    Chapter 7. Developing applications using Java connectors

    Chapter 8. WebSphere MQ

    Chapter 9. Migrating from WebSphere V3.5 SE to WebSphere V4.0.1.

     

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