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Java EE 5 Articles
Working with Multifile Schemas
http://developers.sun.com/jsenterprise/nb_enterprise_pack/reference/techart/multifile.html
Article: “Working with Multifile Schemas,” by Girish Kumar Balachandran and Ajit Bhate. Discusses referencing techniques for external schemas, retrieving schemas for projects, cataloging retrieved schemas, resolving references with resolver, looking up mappings in a catalog, building multifile schemas in NetBeans Enterprise pack, creating external references, exploring external references, customizing external references, using property editor, using advanced customizers, and validating multifile schemas.
Recap of JavaOne 2006
http://www.developer.com/java/other/article.php/3609051
Article: "Recap of JavaOne 2006," by Rosemarie Graham. Discusses the release of the Java EE 5 platform, release of the Java EE 5 SDK, the Java EE 5 SDK SOA starter kit preview, Java EE 5 tools bundle beta, Sun launches AJAX, JavaScript Developers Hubs, new plug-ins for NetBeans IDE (Jackpot module, real time Java technology, Web services interoperability technology [WSIT], computer server plug-in for NetBeans), Sun advances open source strategy, Sun's major open source initiatives (including Project GlassFish, java.net, and Netbeans project), OpenSolaris, OpenSPARC, OpenOffice.org, Sun and Microsoft showcase interoperability between the Java platform and .NET framework, BEA's announcements of release of Kodo 4.0 with EJB3, technology preview of BEA WebLogic server, and the common annotations open source project.
New Features Added to Servlet 2.5
http://www.javaworld.net/javaworld/jw-01-2006/jw-0102-servlet.html
Article: “New Features Added to Servlet 2.5,” by Jason Hunter. Discusses dependency on J2SE 5.0, annotations, annotations in Servlet 2.5, and annotation performance.
The Unified Expression Language
http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/reference/techart/unifiedEL.html
Article: “The Unified Expression Language,” by Ryan Lubke and Jennifer Ball. Discusses expression language beginnings, a separate EL for JavaServer Faces technology, conflicting expression language syntax, features of the unified EL (including immediate vs. deferred evaluation of expressions, value and method expressions, compatibility of deferred expressions in iteration tags, pluggable resolver mechanisms, writing an ELResolver implementation, registering the resolver, registering the resolver using a JavaServer Faces context listener, registering the resolver using a JavaServer Faces application configuration file, and using the expression in the page, migrating to the unified EL, making changes to custom tag TLD, making changes to the custom component tag handlers, making changes to the custom component classes, and backwards compatibility issues for JSP applications.
JavaServer Pages and Java Servlet Technologies
http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/jsp_jservlet.ds.html
Article: “JavaServer Pages and Java Servlet Technologies—Datasheet,” from Sun Microsystems, Inc. Discusses rapid Web development, deployment, and maintenance; reusable components, platform independence, and a list of Web sites using JavaServer Pages and Java servlet technologies.
A Look at Resource Injection
http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/J2EE/injection/
Article: “Web Tier to Go With Java EE 5: A Look at Resource Injection,” by Ryan Lubke. Discusses a look at resource injection, what can be injected, what components can accept resource injections, and a JavaServer Faces  technology-managed bean.
New Features in Java Standard Tag Library 1.2
http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/J2EE/jstl/index.html
Article: ““Web Tier to Go With Java EE 5: Summary of New Features in Java Standard Tag Library (JSTL) 1.2,” by Pierre Delisle and Jennifer Ball. Discusses alignment of JSTL iteration tags with JavaServer Faces components, and the get tag’s support for deferred values.
Introducing the EL#{…} Syntax
http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/J2EE/poundsyntax/
Article: “Web Tier to Go with Java EE 5: Introducing the EL#{…} Syntax,” by Pierre Delisle and Jennifer Ball. Discusses the JSP 2.0 expression language, the JavaServer Faces expression language, comparison of request processing models supported by JSP and JavaServer Faces technologies, and why the unified expression language supports two syntaxes.
Summary of New Features in JSP 2.1 Technology
http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/J2EE/jsp_21/index.html
Article: “Web Tier to Go With Java EE 5: Summary of New Features in JSP 2.1 Technology,” by Pierre Delisle and Jennifer Ball. Discusses a background of alignment of Web-tier technologies, the unified expression language (EL), resource injection on the Web tier, removing blank lines, backward compatibility, Taglib order of precedence, and other additions and clarifications.

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Update :: December 16, 2017