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Java EE 5 Books
Beginning Java EE 5: From Novice to Professional, October 2005, by Kevin Mukhar, Chris Zelenak, James L. Weaver and Jim Crume. Discusses Java EE essentials, JavaServer Pages, advanced JSP topics, JavaServer Faces, servlets, working with databases, advanced topics in JDBC, EJB fundamentals and session beans, EBJ entity beans; EJB relationships EJB QL, and JDBC, design patterns and EJB, message-driven beans, and Web services and JAX-WS. Appendices cover Tomcat, SQL and EJB QL, and Java EE glossary.

SOA Integration Using Java EE 5 Web Services, January 2007, by Mark D. Hansen.

Pro Java EE 5 Performance Management and Optimization, May 2006, by Steven Haines. Discusses an introduction to application performance management, qualifying performance, performance measurements, implementating performance measurements, performance through the application development life cycle, performance tuning methodology, tuning an application server, high-performance deployments, performance and scalability testing, Java EE performance assessment, production troubleshooting methodology, trending, forecasting, and capacity planning, assembling a performance management plan, and solving common Java EE performance problems.

Apache Geronimo: Java EE Development and Deployment, November 2006, by Aaron Mulder.

Pro JEB 3: Java Persistence API, May 2006, by Mike Keith and Merrick Schincariol. Discusses enterprise applications, object-relational mapping, entity manager, using queries, query language, advanced object-relational mapping, XML mapping files, packaging and deployment, testing and migration.

Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, Fifth Edition, May 2006, by Bill Burke and Richard Monson-Haefel. Discusses Enterprise JavaBeans defined, distributed object architectures, component models, component transaction monitors, CTMs and server-side component models, architectural overview, the enterprise bean component, using enterprise beans, the bean-container contract, resources management, primary services, choosing and setting up an EJB server, developing an entity bean, developing a session bean, locating beans with JNDI, the remote client API, the local client API, the customer EJB, persistence fields, dependent value classes, relationship fields, entity relationships, declaring EJB QL, the query methods, EJB QL examples, problems with EJB QL, bean managed persistence, the entity-container contract, session beans, message-driven beans, transactions, design strategies, XML development descriptors, servlets, JavaServer Pages, Web components and EJB, and future enhancements. Appendices include the Enterprise JavaBeans API, state and sequence diagrams, and EJB vendors.

Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, July 2006, by Rima Patel Spriganesh, Gerald Brose, and Micah Silverman. Discusses the Java persistence API, how to implement JavaBeans 3.0, inheritance, relationships, Java persistence API defined entities, development and deployment of EJB 3.0 Web services, how to secure EJB applications, how to integrate EJB applications using Java EE connector technology, tips and techniques for designing and deploying EJB for better performance, how clustering systems work, and the best practices for EJB application design, development and testing.

JBoss at Work: A Practical Guide, November 2005, by Tom Marrs and Scott Davis. Discusses getting started with JBoss, Web applications, building and deploying, databases and JBoss, hibernate and JBoss, stateless session beans, Java Message Service (JMS), message-driven beans, JavaMail, security, and Web services. Appendices cover class loaders and JBoss, logging and JBoss, and a JAAS tutorial.

JavaServer Faces in Action, January 2005, by Kito Mann. Discusses an introduction to JavaServer Faces, JSF fundamentals, getting around JSF, getting started with the standard components, using the input and data table components, internationalization, validators, converters, ProjectTrack, developing a user interface without Java code (the Login page), developing a user interface with Java code (other pages), integrating application functionality, the JSF environment, building an application, integrating JSF with Struts and existing applications, and the JSF environment: a component developer's perspective.

Core JavaServer Faces, September 2006, by David Geary and Cay Horstmann.

JavaServer Faces Component Catalog: From Tomahawk to AJAX, September 2006, by Paul Deck and Budianto Lie. Discusses the input suggest AJAX menu, HTML editor, calendar and schedule, chart and graph, and the tree table.

JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference, August 2006, by Ed Burns, Chris Schalk, and James Holmes. Contains an in-depth discussion on JSF tools and directions on extending JSF.

NetBeans™ IDE Field Guide: Developing Desktop, Web, Enterprise, and Mobile Applications, 2nd Edition, May 2006, by Patrick Keegan, Ludovic Champenois, Gregory Crawley, Charlie Hunt, and Christopher Webster. Discusses the installation of the NetBeans IDE and setting up a project, an overview of the IDE environment, setting up and configuring projects, the IDE's powerful client, coding tips and tricks, how to use the Project Matisse GUI builder, overviews the IDE's debugging features, developing Web applications with Tomcat, JavaServer Faces, struts, the Java EE Development in the NetBeans IDE, extending Web applications with business logic (EJB components), extending Java EE applications with Web services, developing full-scale Java EE applications, using the NetBeans mobility pack, Netbeans profiler, Ant integration, creating a plug-in module for NetBaens, and how to use the developer collaboration modules.

Professional Java User Interfaces, May 2006, by Mauro Marinilli. Discusses putting GUI development into context, user interface design, Java GUI design, recurring user interface designs, iterative GUI development with Java, implementation issues, code organization, form-based rich clients, Web-based user interfaces, J2ME user interfaces, Java tools and technologies, ricj client platforms, an example of an OO user interface, and an example of an ad-hoc component.
Java EE 5 Books
Professional Java User Interfaces
http://www.amazon.com/dp/0471486965?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0471486965&adid=1W91BH100C5R3YV3W1FR&
Professional Java User Interfaces, May 2006, by Mauro Marinilli. Discusses putting GUI development into context, user interface design, Java GUI design, recurring user interface designs, iterative GUI development with Java, implementation issues, code organization, form-based rich clients, Web-based user interfaces, J2ME user interfaces, Java tools and technologies, ricj client platforms, an example of an OO user interface, and an example of an ad-hoc component.
NetBeans™ IDE Field Guide
http://www.amazon.com/dp/0132395525?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0132395525&adid=0PFG84YHF6XHSR7XPHCP&
NetBeans™ IDE Field Guide: Developing Desktop, Web, Enterprise, and Mobile Applications, 2nd Edition, May 2006, by Patrick Keegan, Ludovic Champenois, Gregory Crawley, Charlie Hunt, and Christopher Webster. Discusses the installation of the NetBeans IDE and setting up a project, an overview of the IDE environment, setting up and configuring projects, the IDE's powerful client, coding tips and tricks, how to use the Project Matisse GUI builder, overviews the IDE's debugging features, developing Web applications with Tomcat, JavaServer Faces, struts, the Java EE Development in the NetBeans IDE, extending Web applications with business logic (EJB components), extending Java EE applications with Web services, developing full-scale Java EE applications, using the NetBeans mobility pack, Netbeans profiler, Ant integration, creating a plug-in module for NetBaens, and how to use the developer collaboration modules.
JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference
http://www.amazon.com/dp/0072262400?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0072262400&adid=1CJT6YV506G1BJYHS0Z1&
JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference, August 2006, by Ed Burns, Chris Schalk, and James Holmes. Contains an in-depth discussion on JSF tools and directions on extending JSF.
JavaServer Faces Component Catalog
http://www.amazon.com/dp/0975212834?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0975212834&adid=1JPMSC46C501NZYDB37X&
JavaServer Faces Component Catalog: From Tomahawk to AJAX, September 2006, by Paul Deck and Budianto Lie. Discusses the input suggest AJAX menu, HTML editor, calendar and schedule, chart and graph, and the tree table.
Core JavaServer Faces
http://www.amazon.com/dp/0131738860?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0131738860&adid=1W2PMBVJGWP08EXDMY5R&
Core JavaServer Faces, September 2006, by David Geary and Cay Horstmann.
JavaServer Faces in Action
http://www.amazon.com/dp/1932394125?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=1932394125&adid=0FNW81EGXZDES4N02BYR&
JavaServer Faces in Action, January 2005, by Kito Mann. Discusses an introduction to JavaServer Faces, JSF fundamentals, getting around JSF, getting started with the standard components, using the input and data table components, internationalization, validators, converters, ProjectTrack, developing a user interface without Java code (the Login page), developing a user interface with Java code (other pages), integrating application functionality, the JSF environment, building an application, integrating JSF with Struts and existing applications, and the JSF environment: a component developer's perspective.
JBoss at Work: A Practical Guide
http://www.amazon.com/dp/0596007345?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0596007345&adid=0Q1EEKZY9T4KD6TC4N5N&
JBoss at Work: A Practical Guide, November 2005, by Tom Marrs and Scott Davis. Discusses getting started with JBoss, Web applications, building and deploying, databases and JBoss, hibernate and JBoss, stateless session beans, Java Message Service (JMS), message-driven beans, JavaMail, security, and Web services. Appendices cover class loaders and JBoss, logging and JBoss, and a JAAS tutorial.
Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0
http://www.amazon.com/dp/0471785415?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0471785415&adid=1JCED5WCCH66XCNFEJNG&
Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, July 2006, by Rima Patel Spriganesh, Gerald Brose, and Micah Silverman. Discusses the Java persistence API, how to implement JavaBeans 3.0, inheritance, relationships, Java persistence API defined entities, development and deployment of EJB 3.0 Web services, how to secure EJB applications, how to integrate EJB applications using Java EE connector technology, tips and techniques for designing and deploying EJB for better performance, how clustering systems work, and the best practices for EJB application design, development and testing.
Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, Fifth Edition
http://www.amazon.com/dp/059600978X?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=059600978X&adid=14Y2WMCMCD86E205S6DF&
Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0, Fifth Edition, May 2006, by Bill Burke and Richard Monson-Haefel. Discusses Enterprise JavaBeans defined, distributed object architectures, component models, component transaction monitors, CTMs and server-side component models, architectural overview, the enterprise bean component, using enterprise beans, the bean-container contract, resources management, primary services, choosing and setting up an EJB server, developing an entity bean, developing a session bean, locating beans with JNDI, the remote client API, the local client API, the customer EJB, persistence fields, dependent value classes, relationship fields, entity relationships, declaring EJB QL, the query methods, EJB QL examples, problems with EJB QL, bean managed persistence, the entity-container contract, session beans, message-driven beans, transactions, design strategies, XML development descriptors, servlets, JavaServer Pages, Web components and EJB, and future enhancements. Appendices include the Enterprise JavaBeans API, state and sequence diagrams, and EJB vendors.
Pro EJB 3: Java Persistence API
http://www.amazon.com/dp/1590596455?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=1590596455&adid=0V0N0P93Y3A344AF60W1&

Pro EJB 3: Java Persistence API, May 2006, by Mike Keith and Merrick Schincariol. Discusses enterprise applications, object-relational mapping, entity manager, using queries, query language, advanced object-relational mapping, XML mapping files, packaging and deployment, testing and migration.

Apache: Java EE Development and Deployment
http://www.amazon.com/dp/0321334833?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0321334833&adid=0HAA62N1HJ4HFAS3K95Z&
Apache Geronimo: Java EE Development and Deployment, November 2006, by Aaron Mulder.
Performance Management and Optimization
http://www.amazon.com/dp/1590596102?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=1590596102&adid=0509K2Q770MBA7NSHP6E&
Pro Java EE 5 Performance Management and Optimization, May 2006, by Steven Haines. Discusses an introduction to application performance management, qualifying performance, performance measurements, implementating performance measurements, performance through the application development life cycle, performance tuning methodology, tuning an application server, high-performance deployments, performance and scalability testing, Java EE performance assessment, production troubleshooting methodology, trending, forecasting, and capacity planning, assembling a performance management plan, and solving common Java EE performance problems.
SOA Integration Using Java EE 5 Web Services
http://www.amazon.com/dp/0130449687?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0130449687&adid=0DNJ1VGXC40CXPQD7353&
SOA Integration Using Java EE 5 Web Services, January 2007, by Mark D. Hansen.
Beginning Java EE 5: From Novice to Professional
http://www.amazon.com/dp/1590594703?tag=deitelassociatin&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=1590594703&adid=05AB3QHC2H53T6598W76&
Beginning Java EE 5: From Novice to Professional, October 2005, by Kevin Mukhar, Chris Zelenak, James L. Weaver and Jim Crume. Discusses Java EE essentials, JavaServer Pages, advanced JSP topics, JavaServer Faces, servlets, working with databases, advanced topics in JDBC, EJB fundamentals and session beans, EBJ entity beans; EJB relationships EJB QL, and JDBC, design patterns and EJB, message-driven beans, and Web services and JAX-WS. Appendices cover Tomcat, SQL and EJB QL, and Java EE glossary.

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Update :: December 17, 2017