Programming J2EE APIs with WebSphere Advanced
An IBM Redbooks publication
Note: This is publication is now archived. For reference only.
This IBM Redbooks publication has examples of programming the new J2EE APIs using VisualAge for Java and deployment on WebSphere Advanced.
Part 1 introduces J2EE and the PiggyBank application scenario, which is an integrated application used to illustrate various principles and techniques for enterprise software development.
In Part 2, learn the depth of EJB container of the J2EE specification, which includes transactional EJBs, transactions, messaging with JMS, WebSphere and MQSeries.
In Part 3, learn the latest servlet and JSP specification with Web application concepts.
Part 1. Introduction
Chapter 1. Our development conditions
Chapter 2. J2EE overview
Chapter 3. Products used within this book
Chapter 4. Introducing PiggyBank
Part 2. The EJB container
Chapter 5. Working with Enterprise JavaBeans
Chapter 6. Transactions and EJBs
Chapter 7. Messaging with JMS, WebSphere and MQSeries
Part 3. The Web container
Chapter 8. Servlets
Chapter 9. JavaServer Pages
Chapter 10. JSPs extended: custom tags
Part 4. Additional discussions
Chapter 11. Application clients and J2EE communications
Chapter 12. Deploying J2EE applications to WebSphere
Appendix A. Additional material