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Thursday, July 31, 2003
       
Adding Transactions to Servlets with JOTM
J2EE provides a great deal of functionality besides servlets. Servlet developers may be reluctant to use such features, neither willing nor having time to replace their simple servlet containers with a big J2EE server that provides more than what they need. However, given the modular nature of J2EE, it is possible to enhance web applications by integrating small components responsible for specific J2EE features into servlet containers.
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J2EE Transaction Frameworks: Building the Framework
The availability of cheap computing power and increased network bandwidth gives rise to distributed component-based computing applications. A distributed component-based application is a configuration of services provided by different application components running on physically independent computers that appear to the users of the system as a single application running on a single physical machine.
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Wednesday, July 30, 2003
       
JPower
JPower is a free JavaSpaces implementation. JPower may facilitate distributed workflow management, caching, generic clustering, parallel computing, and distributed shared memory systems.
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Fundamentals of Web publishing with XML
As more developers learn and experiment with XML, many have become interested in using stylesheets to publish and manage Web sites. But getting started is not always that easy. Although none of the concepts, taken in isolation, is difficult, putting them together coherently is not a trivial undertaking. In this article, Benoit Marchal provides step-by-step instructions to get you started. He shows how to organize your project in source, rules (stylesheets), and publishing directories. You'll also get some practical tips on XML editors.
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Sunday, July 27, 2003
       
Getting Started with the Abbot Java GUI Test Framework
The Abbot framework is a Java library that provides methods to reproduce user actions and examine the state of GUI components. Improving upon the very rudimentary functions provided by the java.awt.Robot class (A Better 'Bot). The framework may be invoked directly from Java code or accessed without programming through the use of scripts. It is suitable for use both by developers for unit tests and QA for functional testing.
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