• October 02, 2002 02 Oct'02

    Part 7 - Web Services Publishing

    As Web services enter the mainstream, we should expect them to proliferate and become more sophisticated and interdependent, which begs a question: If my organization has many Web services, how do I discover them and consume them? If I've just built...  Continue Reading

  • October 01, 2002 01 Oct'02

    EJB 2.1 The Timer Service

    Business systems frequently make use of scheduling systems, which can be configured to run other programs at specified times. In many cases, scheduling systems run applications that generate reports, reformat data, or do audit work at night. In ...  Continue Reading

  • October 01, 2002 01 Oct'02

    Speeding Up J2EE Development and Increasing Reusability Using a Two Level Domain Model

    When developing an EJB tier that implements non-trivial business logic, a good strategy for tackling complexity and improving maintainability is to design and implement a domain model, which is an object model of the application's problem domain.  Continue Reading

  • October 01, 2002 01 Oct'02

    Getting the Most out of Expresso 5.0

    For those that are unfamiliar with Expresso, it is an Apache-style open source web application framework hosted by JCorporate. Expresso uses many 3rd party libraries, and as of Expresso 4.0, it has merged its own MVC framework with the Apache Struts...  Continue Reading