• April 01, 2002 01 Apr'02

    J2EE Platform Independence: Have We Regressed?

    Once upon a time there was a dream. The dream was of creating cross platform products. Ones that transcended the boundaries imposed upon us by entities known as Intel or DEC or even Silicon Graphics. From that dream, two technologies were inevitably...  Continue Reading

  • April 01, 2002 01 Apr'02

    XMLC vs. JSP

    After reviewing JSP, JSP Tag Libraries and XMLC, we'll take up a real world scenario on the use of push versus pull, then speculate on an assessment of how well these two strategies address Web application development today.  Continue Reading

  • April 01, 2002 01 Apr'02

    Making a Real World PetStore

    The Java PetStore is an application from Sun's "Blueprints" group that is made to help educate people on various design patterns for the various parts of J2EE. The application focuses on showing as many patterns and parts of the framework in an ...  Continue Reading

  • April 01, 2002 01 Apr'02

    Clustering Technologies: In Memory Session Replication in Tomcat 4

    In this article we will cover one of the clustering technologies, HTTP session replication, that is used within the J2EE model. There is an example is provided of how session replication can be implemented using Tomcat in conjunction with JavaGroups...  Continue Reading

  • April 01, 2002 01 Apr'02

    A Look Inside EJB for Architects

    TheServerSide presents "A Look Inside EJB for Architects", a glimpse into The Middleware Company's most advanced and 'prestigious' course  Continue Reading

  • April 01, 2002 01 Apr'02

    A Look Inside EJB for Architects - Day 3

    EJB Architects explain new features of EJB 2.0, including the benefits of CMP 2.0, local interfaces, and container-managed relations.  Continue Reading

  • April 01, 2002 01 Apr'02

    JSTL In Action

    JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL) serves as an add-on to JSP, but it really represents a brand-new language, one that you can use to produce dynamic web pages -- even if you've never programmed before.  Continue Reading