Java Electronic Commerce Sourcebook: All the Software and Expert Advice You Need to Open Your Own Virtual Store

Java Electronic Commerce Sourcebook: All the Software and Expert Advice You Need to Open Your Own Virtual Store

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  • Release Date: February, 1997
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Author: Cary A. Jardin

Customer Rating: 3 of 5 (4 total reviews)

  • 1 starsonly buzzwords

    I found this book carelessly composed and edited, fairly useless in terms of helping to understand the issues. In addition, it features one proprietary technology (obviously developed by the author ??) which leaves a bad feeling for a reader who is interested in objective information.

    It seems to me that this is another book hastily scribbled together around a few buzzwords.

  • 1 starsLook elsewhere if you want to do electronic commerce.

    This book starts off with a useless introduction to the web followed by code generated by Symantec Cafe. None of which did I find useful. The book doesn't cover SET (secure electronic transactions) OR JECF (Java electronic commerce framework). These are essential technologies for doing web commerce and should have had coverage

  • 5 starsVery comprehensive book on how to set up shop.

    This book covers the basics of internet commerce, then goes on to describe the advantages and disadvantages of each of the popular methods of selling your items or services on the Web. An in-depth look at using the CGI approach, on to using Java to do the work, replacing CGI scripts. If you are looking at using a credit card verification system, there are many examples and even a fully functioning shop with verification interfaces built right in. If you want to set up an internet shop and want to know how, then this is the book for you