• February 01, 2007 01 Feb'07

    Part 5 - Integrating Java and Microsoft .NET

    Interoperability is one of the main promises of Web services. Web services are designed to be independent of the underlying operating system and programming language. In this article we will introduce basic web services interoperability issues. We ...  Continue Reading

  • February 01, 2007 01 Feb'07

    Transforming Legacy Systems to J2EE Architecture

    This document is a living reference document for anyone involved in the design and architecture for organizations to transform their legacy systems to Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) based applications.  Continue Reading

  • February 01, 2007 01 Feb'07

    Countdown to DST 2007

    If you have already updated the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) on which your Java application runs, this article will provide you with a simple mechanism that will validate the JRE correctness regarding the DST transition dates.  Continue Reading

  • February 01, 2007 01 Feb'07

    Alfresco Enterprise Content Management - Chapter 5

    "Implementing Document Management," excerpted from Packt's "Alfresco Enterprise Content Management Implementation," covers using Alfresco as a smart document repository, working with automatic version tracking and control, and accessing the ...  Continue Reading

  • February 01, 2007 01 Feb'07

    Pragmatic Design

    If Java is truly to replace COBOL as an enterprise-wide standard, then it needs to be as easy to write as COBOL and as fast a C++ at runtime. In my experience with all of these implementations, Java at the command level is clearly easier to learn ...  Continue Reading

  • February 01, 2007 01 Feb'07

    GWT in Action: Working with Widgets - Chapter 4

    Widgets are the visible components of a GWT application. There are three fundamental building blocks of GWT applications, along with panels and events. Learn about widgets in the chapter.  Continue Reading

  • February 01, 2007 01 Feb'07

    Google Web Toolkit Solutions: Cool & Useful Stuff

    The Google Web Tookit (GWT) is a cutting-edge UI framework for Java developers, which lets you create rich, interactive user interfaces using familiar idioms from Java's Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT), Swing, and the Eclipse Foundation's SWT. If ...  Continue Reading