The Java platform has grown rapidly, now including sophisticated features for enterprise development. In this book, two Sun insiders show experienced Java developers how to use the language and its APIs to the fullest -- and present best practices that enable IT organizations to accelerate project development. The book includes detailed coverage of distributed computing and multi-tier development with Enterprise JavaBeans, advanced data and transaction management techniques, and much more -- all in the context of a detailed, enterprise-class case study (a Web-based auction house). Calvin Austin and Monica Pawlan present proven server-side techniques for leveraging JDBC, servlets, and the Java Native Interface (JNI). They also provide in-depth guidance for enhancing Java security and performance -- crucial issues for enterprise developers.Chapter 2, Auction House Application, (page 11) walks through the application code, explains how the Enterprise JavaBeans ... the requirements, you can build a use case diagram to gain a better understanding of the elements needed in the application and how they interact. A use ... A use case is a unique function in a system, and an actor is the person or software that performs the action or use case.
|Title||:||Advanced Programming for the Java 2 Platform|
|Author||:||Calvin Austin, Monica Pawlan|
|Publisher||:||Addison Wesley Longman - 2000|