WebLogic权威指南(影印版)
WebLogic权威指南(影印版)
Jon Mountjoy, Avinash Chugh
出版时间:2005年06月
页数:852
由于Java编程语言已趋于成熟,许多开发者转而借助Java来满足他们对于企业级应用程序开发的需要。在大多数Java应用程序中,复杂事务管理、消息传递、XML和Web服务支持、命名及目录服务、数据库管理等不仅是其重要的组成部分,而且也是这些应用程序实现自身功能的基础。因此,Java开发人员一直在努力寻求能为企业级应用程序的开发提供上述服务的通用应用服务器,在众多竞争者中,BEA公司的WebLogic服务器处于领先地位。
《WebLogic权威指南》全面介绍了BEA WebLogic。无论你是一名开发人员、管理人员还是系统架构师,阅读此书你会发现,你能更深入地使用WebLogic,更快地进行优化,以及获得更好的性能。本书详细介绍了WebLogic对J2EE领域中标准API的支持以及对核心API的扩展;而对于众所周知的API,比如servlet,JSP以及EJB,本书没有花费过多的篇幅。
本书包含的内容有:
* 运用servlet、JSP以及WebLogic自定义的JSP标记和类库来开发J2EE Web应用程序
* 在WebLogic Web容器中配置和部署应用程序
* 对WebLogic servlet引擎和HTTP服务器的高级管理
* 在WebLogic环境中创建、部署和优化EJB
* 在多服务器环境中安装和管理WebLogic,包括负载均衡、失效转移、会话管理和会话复制的细节
* 设置SSL并使其可为WebLogic应用程序所用
* 应用各种WebLogic安全模式
* 使用WebLogic XML注册文件,Web服务框架,日志功能,以及国际化API
* 利用JMX和SNMP管理WebLogic
  1. Preface
  2. 1. Introduction
  3. Overview of WebLogic Server
  4. Software and Versions
  5. Getting Started with WebLogic Server
  6. 2. Web Applications
  7. Packaging and Deployment
  8. Configuring Web Applications
  9. Servlets and JSPs
  10. JSP Tag Libraries
  11. Session Tracking
  12. Session Persistence
  13. Clusters and Replicated Persistence
  14. Configuring a Simple Web Cluster
  15. Security Configuration
  16. Monitoring Web Applications
  17. 3. Managing the Web Server
  18. Configuring WebLogic's HTTP Server
  19. Virtual Hosting
  20. HTTP Access Logs
  21. Understanding Proxies
  22. Web Server Plug-ins
  23. 4. Using JNDI and RMI
  24. Using WebLogic's JNDI
  25. Using JNDI in a Clustered Environment
  26. Using WebLogic's RMI
  27. Using WebLogic's RMI over IIOP
  28. 5. JDBC
  29. Overview of JDBC Resources
  30. Configuring JDBC Connectivity
  31. WebLogic's Wrapper Drivers
  32. Rowsets
  33. Clustering and JDBC Connections
  34. 6. Transactions
  35. Overview
  36. EJB Transactions
  37. The Transaction Service
  38. Managing WebLogic JTA
  39. 7. J2EE Connectors
  40. Assembling and Deploying Resource Adapters
  41. Configuring Resource Adapters
  42. WebLogic-Specific Configuration Options
  43. Using the Resource Adapter
  44. Monitoring Connections
  45. 8. JMS
  46. Configuring JMS Resources
  47. Optimizing JMS Performance
  48. Controlling Message Delivery
  49. JMS Programming Issues
  50. Clustered JMS
  51. WebLogic's Messaging Bridge
  52. Monitoring JMS
  53. 9. JavaMail
  54. Configuring a Mail Session
  55. Using JavaMail
  56. Using Other JavaMail Providers
  57. 10. Using EJBs
  58. Getting Started
  59. Development Guidelines
  60. Managing WebLogic's EJB Container
  61. Configuring Entity Beans
  62. EJBs and Transactions
  63. EJBs and Clustering
  64. 11. Using CMP and EJB QL
  65. Building CMP Entity Beans
  66. Features of WebLogic's CMP
  67. Container-Managed Relationships
  68. EJB QL
  69. 12. Packaging and Deployment
  70. Packaging
  71. Deployment Tools
  72. Application Deployment
  73. WebLogic's Classloading Framework
  74. Deployment Considerations
  75. Split Directory Development
  76. 13. Managing Domains
  77. Structure of a Domain
  78. Designing a Domain
  79. Creating Domains
  80. Domain Backups
  81. Handling System Failure
  82. Domain Network Configuration
  83. Node Manager
  84. The Server Life Cycle
  85. Monitoring a WebLogic Domain
  86. 14. Clustering
  87. An Overview of Clustering
  88. A Closer Look at the Frontend Tier
  89. Load-Balancing Schemes
  90. Using J2EE Services on the Object Tier
  91. Combined-Tier Architecture
  92. Securing a Clustered Solution
  93. Machines,Replication Groups,and Failover
  94. Network Configuration
  95. Monitoring Clusters
  96. 15. Performance, Monitoring, and Tuning
  97. Tuning WebLogic Applications
  98. Tuning the Application Server
  99. Tuning the JVM
  100. 16. SSL
  101. An Overview of SSL
  102. Configuring WebLogic's SSL
  103. Programmatic SSL
  104. Mapping Certificates to WebLogic Users
  105. 17. Security
  106. The Java Security Manager
  107. Connection Filtering
  108. The Security Provider Architecture
  109. The Providers
  110. Configuring Trust Between Two Domains
  111. JAAS Authentication in a Client
  112. Creating a Custom Authentication Provider
  113. Creating an Identity Assertion Provider
  114. 18. XML
  115. JAXP
  116. Built-in Processors
  117. The XML Registry
  118. XML Application Scoping
  119. WebLogic's Streaming API
  120. WebLogic's XPath API
  121. Miscellaneous Extensions
  122. 19. Web Services
  123. Using the Web Services Framework
  124. Web Service Design Considerations
  125. Implementing the Backend Components
  126. Datatypes
  127. Implementing Clients
  128. Reliable SOAP Messaging
  129. SOAP Message Handlers
  130. Security
  131. UDDI
  132. Internationalization and Character Sets
  133. 20. JMX
  134. The MBean Architecture
  135. Accessing MBean Servers
  136. Accessing MBeans
  137. Examples
  138. MBean Notifications
  139. Monitor MBeans
  140. Timer MBeans
  141. 21. Logging and Internationalization
  142. The Logging Architecture
  143. Listening for Log Messages
  144. Generating Log Messages
  145. 22. SNMP
  146. WebLogic's SNMP Infrastructure
  147. Using the SNMP Agent
  148. Traps
  149. SNMP Proxies
  150. Index
书名:WebLogic权威指南(影印版)
国内出版社:东南大学出版社
出版时间:2005年06月
页数:852
书号:7-5641-0043-5
原版书出版商:O'Reilly Media
Jon Mountjoy
 
Jon Mountjoy has worked with J2EE technologies since their inception and has worked with WebLogic in particular for a number of years. He is employed as a product development manager at a firm specializing in risk management, and also holds posts training and consulting in J2EE and WebLogic technologies. His inter-ests lie in applying enterprise Java technologies, semantics, and the behavior of languages and virtual machines
 
 
Avinash Chugh
 
Avinash Chugh is presently working as technical lead for a California-based start-up building working-capital management software for leading component, contract, systems manufacturing, and distribution companies. He has over three years experi-ence with J2EE technologies, primarily on WebLogic Server. Avinash holds a post-graduate degree in computer applications from Delhi University.
 
 
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