iPlanet Application Server: Designing and Building J2EE Solutions

iPlanet Application Server: Designing and Building J2EE Solutions

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  • Release Date: 08 July, 2002
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Authors: David Ogren, Martin Gee

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  • 4 starsA book for iAS Developer

    The use of design patterns in J2EE applications is an exciting new field, adding to the existing wealth of software designs pattern.
    This book is a for how to:
    * Install iAS and set up a development environment
    * Take advantage of the way iAS handles servlets, JSP, and EJBs.
    * Package applications to make the most of iAS.
    * Integrate Forte for Java and other IDEs.
    * Manage application deployment, load balancing, and failover.
    * Save time and trouble with iAS registry secrets and logging tricks.
    * Harness the power of SOAP and Web Services.
    * Make the most of RMI/IIOP.
    * Implement best practices for everything from automated builds to high availability architectures.

    This book contains CD-ROM, which features:
    * Code example from book
    * Forte for Java, release 3.0.
    * J2SE 1.4
    * ICSynergy iPlanet ANT Extensions.

  • 4 starsMuch better than the help files, but what's not?

    I found this book comprehensive in it's treatment of installing the server, integrating your IDE, deploying servlets, JSP's and EJB's. Implementing SOAP and what's happening behind the scenes. All the things that help a developer new to this server to be successful.

    Unfortunately, most of that could be found (though not nearly as quickly) by diligently searching the awful iPlanet server help documentation. The information this book lacks is the information I wanted from a manual. The down-in-the-trenches advanced help with implementing alternative session control, external load balancing, real-time debugging and the specifics of automated builds. The book briefly discusses these things to indicate they are there, but never gives you the real solutions.