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Janet Crosbie

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Pro Jakarta Commons (View in Chapters Library)
by Harshad Oak
Posted: Jul 26, 2004 4:12 PM
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About the Book

ISBN: 1590592832
Publisher: Apress LP
Publication Date: 2004
Edition: 1st
Binding: Paperback
Number of Pages: 304

"The author does a great job of surveying the Jakarta Commons components and showing how each solves real problems

"The author does a great job of surveying the Jakarta Commons components and showing how each solves real problems. An enjoyable read with lots of easy to understand examples."
--Floyd Marinescu, creator of and author of EJB Design Patterns

Jakarta Commons are easily reusable components that can quickly be put to good use in any server-side Java development undertaking. In fact, components are not big applications, but sleek code bits that perform specific tasks very well. This book provides much-needed documentation and usage information about the popular sub-projects forming Jakarta Commons—so that you can efficiently incorporate them into Java applications.

Jakarta Commons have potential to extend the core functionality of the Java language (the Lang sub-project), and they can provide a Validation framework (Validator) and a database connection pool (Pool). Jakarta Commons can even manipulate XML and JavaBeans in a more intuitive and pragmatic fashion.

"From Lang to Net, BeanUtils to Collections, this book provides a real way in to the breadth and depth of Jakarta Commons. The many examples and step-by-step guides should help everyone get the best from these libraries."
--Stephen Colebourne, committer at Jakarta Commons and creator of Joda open-source libraries

"This book is by far the best resource available on Jakarta Commons and covers the subject matter clearly."
--James McGovern, coauthor of the best-selling book A Practical Guide to Enterprise Architecture

Author Information

Harshad Oak - Harshad Oak has been involved with J2EE projects for several years. He holds a master's degree in computer management and is both a Sun Certified Java Programmer and a Sun Certified Web Component Developer. Harshad has worked primarily with JSP, Servlet, EJB, and web publishing frameworks, while using a range of modeling and middleware tools along the way. The projects he has worked with have been in the payment solutions and insurance industries.

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