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By Bill McCarty, Luke Cassady-Dorion

This ebook is a accomplished advisor to Java disbursed computing. It assumes the reader is an skilled Java programming, yet has little adventure with community programming and disbursed gadgets. This ebook covers networking, allotted computing architectures, complicated Java amenities, safety, info administration, and particular disbursed computing options together with sockets, distant process Invocation (RMI), Java servlets, Microsoft's dispensed part version (DCOM), and the typical item Request dealer structure (CORBA). This ebook covers a majority of these protocols, offers suggestion on while to exploit each one protocol, and demonstrates how they paintings (or do not paintings) jointly.

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Chapter 16 helps you place the explanations of Chapter 15 in a real-world context. Chapter 17, "Java Help, Java Mail, and Other Java APIs" Chapter 17 describes two more APIs of interest to developers of distributed object systems: Java Help and Java Mail. This chapter also surveys several Java APIs that are currently under development. Part IV: Non-CORBA Approaches to Distributed Computing Part IV describes three non-CORBA approaches to distributed computing: RMI, Java servlets, and DCOM. Page 5 Chapter 18, "Servlets and Common Gateway Interface (CGI)" Chapter 18 presents Java servlets, which provide services to Web clients.

Chapter 16 helps you place the explanations of Chapter 15 in a real-world context. Chapter 17, "Java Help, Java Mail, and Other Java APIs" Chapter 17 describes two more APIs of interest to developers of distributed object systems: Java Help and Java Mail. This chapter also surveys several Java APIs that are currently under development. Part IV: Non-CORBA Approaches to Distributed Computing Part IV describes three non-CORBA approaches to distributed computing: RMI, Java servlets, and DCOM. Page 5 Chapter 18, "Servlets and Common Gateway Interface (CGI)" Chapter 18 presents Java servlets, which provide services to Web clients.

It's best to type them, rather than simply copy them from the CD-ROM. By doing so, you'll force yourself to notice and question everything. Lest you think this is mere idle advice, be assured that we apply this method ourselves. One of the authors learned UNIX system programming, X-Windows, and Java exactly this way. In the case of X-Windows he typed in, ran, and studied all the examples in three textbooks. The method requires time and patience, but it is quite effective. After you've understood a program, you should modify it to perform new, but related, functions.

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