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Simplify Java XML Parsing with Jakarta Digester
Jakarta's Digester maps data from an XML source to Java objects. Learn all about this package and its advantages over other similar APIs. Then follow a real life Digester parsing example.

Type: Java  #Views: 920  Category: Article    

Understanding JavaServer Faces
The Internet has no doubt become the most popular source of information today. More and more businesses have adopted the Internet as the vehicle to display their business information, advertise their products, and maintain customer interactions. The activity of developing Web applications occupies a fair amount of resources, time, and effort.

Type: Java  #Views: 885  Category: Article    

Serializing Java Objects with XStream
Joe Walnes's XStream is a unique open-source Java library for serializing objects into XML and deserializing that XML into objects. Unlike other APIs, such as David Megginson's XMLWriter or Elliotte Rusty Harold's XOM, which use specific classes and methods to produce XML, XStream relies on Java idioms such as object names to produce element names and strings within classes to produce element content. It also produces a kind of reflection of objects in XML.

Type: Java  #Views: 800  Category: Article    

.NET & Beyond: J2EE split ending war with .NET
The big story in app development for the past few years has been the competition between Microsoft’s .NET Framework and products that support the J2EE specs. Lots of people have talked about it, and many development organizations have been faced with this issue. To a large extent, the .NET vs. J2EE struggle has defined the recent app development landscape.

Type: Java  #Views: 587  Category: Article    

Bridging the gaps from SQL Server to Java apps
With demand for Microsoft SQL Server connectivity for Java applications growing steadily, and with many companies migrating their production platform from the 32-bit SQL Server 200 Enterprise Edition to the 64-bit versions of SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005, JNetDirect has added 64-bit support to two of its components.

Type: Java  #Views: 607  Category: Article    

Practical data binding: JaxMe - The new kid on the block
The previous installments of this column gave you a thorough overview of JAXB, so you're now ready to study varying data binding implementations. This article begins an in-depth look at JaxMe, an open source implementation of JAXB. In addition to offering several enhancements to the basic JAXB specification, JaxMe offers integration with databases and Enterprise JavaBeans, both significant extensions to basic data binding behavior.

Type: Java  #Views: 748  Category: Article    

JavaOne 2004: Robust Java Economy Calls for Developer Entrepreneurship
As the message of Java's robust health permeated the 2004 JavaOne Developer conference, an underlying message became clear: The opportunities for Java developer entrepreneurship are also alive and well.

Type: Java  #Views: 495  Category: Article    

JavaOne 2004 Recap
Sun Microsystems held it's annual JavaOne conference in San Francisco this year. There was a great turnout and many announcements made during the first two days. For details on each announcement Sun has set up a nice JavaOne website to link you to more detailed information.

Type: Java  #Views: 513  Category: Article    

Java and XML Basics, Part 1
In a previous article (XML Basics Part One);we had a brief look at XML. However, as stated in the article, XML itself is worth nothing without the set of APIs that are generated-it would simply be just another fancy form of CSV, that is, a proprietary data format! My aim in this set of articles is not to actually reveal XML in its every detail, but rather have a look at the implications of XML in today’s technologies. That’s why the previous article only sheds a little light into the insights of XML, which included some terms and technologies you will be confronted with the moment you step in the XML arena.

Type: Java  #Views: 710  Category: Article    

Java and XML Basics, Part 2
Last time, we learned about JAXP, Xerces, DOM and the javax.xml.parsers Java Package. How about getting a little taste of the SAX interfaces? We look at available classes and interfaces, and learn how to use SAX for XML Processing. Given SAX's power, perhaps we can look forward to the day when we'll be translating not just XML, but maybe even Klingon! Maybe not. Before you get started, you'll want to download the support files for this tutorial.

Type: Java  #Views: 857  Category: Article    

Java and XML Basics, Part 3
So far, during this series of articles (part 1, part 2) we've looked at DOM and SAX, and I suppose most of you are thinking which one of the two approaches is preferable? Well, there is no general rule of thumb, but this article might help you make the right decision when you’ll have to.

Type: Java  #Views: 573  Category: Article    

Java JAXP, Writing Java Code to Emulate an XSLT Transformation
In the previous lesson entitled Java JAXP, Implementing Default XSLT Behavior in Java , I explained default XSLT behavior, and showed you how to write Java code that mimics default XSLT behavior. The Java program named Dom11 that I developed in that lesson serves as a skeleton for more advanced transformation programs. This lesson updates Dom11 into a new program that tests and exercises several methods that were not tested by the samples used in the previous lesson.

Type: Java  #Views: 654  Category: Article    

Schema Binding for Java Web Services
Sometimes you just wish software architects weren't so creative or, at least, were more coordinated. It seems that's what happened with SOAP, the standard format for web services messages. The SOAP specification started out defining a lot of protocol-specific XML structures that now, in hindsight, could obviously better be delegated to the W3C XML Schema language, the whole purpose of which is to define the structure of XML documents. It's a disconnect that the Java community is still working out.

Type: Java  #Views: 440  Category: Article    

Java API for XML Processing (JAXP), Getting Started
As the name implies, the Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) is an API provided by Sun designed to help you write programs for processing XML documents. JAXP is very important for many reasons, not the least of which is the fact that it is a critical part of the Java Web Services Developer Pack (Java WSDP).

Type: Java  #Views: 651  Category: Article    

The O'Reilly Factor -- Java and SOAP
O'Reilly has released the first edition of Java and SOAP. It is a nuts-and-bolts look at what Java developers will need to know in order to take advantage of the Simple Object Access Protocol when building applications that tie together databases or messaging functions.

Type: Java  #Views: 228  Category: Article    

O'Reilly's 'Java and SOAP' Offers Troubleshooting Tips
O'Reilly has released the first edition of Java and SOAP. It is a nuts-and-bolts look at what Java developers will need to know in order to take advantage of the Simple Object Access Protocol when building applications that tie together databases or messaging functions.

Type: Java  #Views: 230  Category: Article    

Java Copier Frees You from Tedious Coding
Transfer the repetitive copy/paste/edit part of your Java programming from your hands to your computer. With the somusar/tjpp Java copier, you can set yourself free of this tedious work.

Type: Java  #Views: 263  Category: Article    

Database Programming With Java + JDBC: Part 1/2
No Java programmer is complete without knowledge of Java database connectivity, or JDBC for short. In this 2 part article Nitin teaches us JDBC from the inside out.Interacting with a database is a routine job in the application world. Quite often you need to store information in the database, fetch it to generate some form of report and update or delete it as required.

Type: Java  #Views: 265  Category: Article    

XML and Java: A powerful combination
Developers are excited by the possibilities of combining the wide-ranging potential XML -- a metamarkup language based on SGML and optimized for the Web and other networked computing architectures -- with the programmatic capabilities of Java. The XML-Java technical session at JavaOne ("XML in the Java Platform") was so densely packed that the session was repeated the next day for the benefit of those who missed it the first time. Attendees learned why the syntactic standard of XML and the portability of Java are natural and synergistic partners for creating applications ranging from the personal to the enterprise.

Type: Java  #Views: 226  Category: Article    

Using XML With Java
XML is a much-hyped new technology, when combined with Java it can be a very useful language for the modern programmer. Through discussions of the two major application programming interfaces for XML, the Document Object (DOM) model and the Simple API for XML (SAX), we provide information about the practical application of XML when combined with Java.

Type: Java  #Views: 970  Category: Article    

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