Kyle Brown, et al.

Subscribe to Kyle Brown, et al.: eMailAlertsEmail Alerts
Get Kyle Brown, et al.: homepageHomepage mobileMobile rssRSS facebookFacebook twitterTwitter linkedinLinkedIn


Top Stories by Kyle Brown, et al.

In previous chapters, we learned how to use the IBM WebSphere Test Environment (WTE) inside VisualAge for Java to create and to test servlets. Now we need to understand how to use our servlets outside a test environment. This can be accomplished by deploying our servlets to the IBM WebSphere Application Server, Advanced Edition (WASAE). The WTE is used at development time, whereas the WASAE is used for staging or production purposes. About the Book Enterprise Javatm Programming with IBM WebSphere (with CD-ROM) By Kyle Brown, Gary Craig, Greg Hester, Jaime Niswonger, David Pitt, Russell Stinehour Addison Wesley Professional ISBN 0201616173 $44.95 You may purchase this book with a 10% discount at: www.informit.com/promo/wsdj The IBM WebSphere Application Server, Advanced Edition, provides the necessary tools to deliver J2EE-based applications. The IBM WASAE allows a ma... (more)

Enterprise Java Programming with IBM WebSphere 2nd Edition

The topic of transactions is one that most Java programmers would rather ignore than try to understand. And, in fact, in most cases you can ignore them - the default settings of WebSphere Application Server (WAS) and WebSphere Studio Application Developer work well enough in most situations that many programmers can build large and complex applications without having to know the details of how transactions work. Unfortunately, at some point this blissful ignorance must come to an end. Then you have to hunker down and learn how transactions operate in order to solve problems that... (more)