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IBM WebSphere V4.0 Advanced Edition Handbook This redbook explores in detail IBM's flagship application server offering, the IBM WebSphere Application Server V4.0, Advanced Edition. The topics covered include: Introduction to WebSphere Application Server

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  1. IBM WebSphere V4.0 Advanced Edition Handbook
    This redbook explores in detail IBM's flagship application server offering, the IBM WebSphere Application Server V4.0, Advanced Edition. The topics covered include: Introduction to WebSphere Application Server V4.0 and J2EE enterprise applications. Web Sphere V4.0 architecture and topology alternatives, Web services, and J2EE security. WebSphere V4.0 installation planning and installation steps on Windows, AIX, Solaris, and Linux platforms for commonly used topologies. WebSphere Administrative Console configuration tasks, including examples of how to package and deploy your J2EE enterprise applications. Advanced administrative tasks, including monitoring and tuning your environment, command-line administration, troubleshooting, and migration. 
      

  2. WebSphere Business
    This document contains links to product libraries, System Requirements and product support sites. This page replaces the "Technical Details" and the "MQFamily books and manuals page". Most libraries and system requirements for IBM® products are now available from the left navigation on product support pages. You can use the tabs below to select your product area and then choose library or system requirement links for the product in which you are interested . If you cannot find your product, see the Product Renaming Information section at the bottom of the page. 
      

  3. Introduction to Java Using WebSphere Books
    A step-by-step, hands-on approach to Java programming using WebSphere that makes coding Java simpler and less error prone. Java topics are covered simply not exhaustively to bring the reader quickly up to speed on both client- and server-side application development. WebSphere is used to reduce the mundane, repetitive tasks that discourage beginning programmers. Here are just a couple WebSphere advantages: the ability to generate Java code such as setters and getters, import statements, try/catch blocks, and method stubs. The Visual Editor, an application server (WAS) is included in the IDE providing server-side application testing. The Debug perspective. 
       

  4. WebSphere Programming Books
    MC Press is proud to offer the widest selection of iSeries, AS/400, and related technology titles on the market. We have traditional books, books on CD, and textbooks. We also have specialized pages that you may want to browse: our top ten selling books page, the popular At Work Series, as well as our certification titles.MC Press has also selected some of the hottest selling titles from other publishers and offers these to you are prices reduced as much as 66%.
       

  5. Enterprise Java Programming With IBM WebSphere Books
    Suitable for intermediate to advanced Java programmers, <I>Enterprise Java Programming with IBM WebSphere</I> is an up-to-the-minute guide to creating server software using the latest Java standards. It's a perfect one-volumeresource for getting on board with some of the best ideas on the Java platform for building enterprise software.<p> While most books focus on Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) and related standards without looking at particular Java 2Enterprise Edition (J2EE) tools, this title zeros in on IBM's popular Visual Age and WebSphere products for building and deploying Java software. The book does a good job of explaining the higher-level principles when it comes to Java standards like Servlets, JSP, and EJB. The more abstract material on the best ways to combine these front-end and back-end technologies is anchored by chapters that show how to use the real IBM tools.<p> Sections on modeling EJBs,for example, show you how to build real EJBs in VisualAge.
     

  6. Bookpool: WebSphere Studio Application Developers 5.0
    WebSphere Studio Application Developer 5.0: Practical J2EE Development covers the latest release of the IBM's J2EE 1.3 development tool, WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD 5.0). The book provides a practical, step-by-step approach on how to use WSAD 5.0 for developing J2EE 1.3 distributed applications. Livshin walks the reader through the detailed development process of working examples of J2EE 1.3 applications including their deployment on the WebSphere Application Server (WAS 5.0). 
        

  7. Barnes & Noble-IBM Websphere Portal Primer 
    This book brings together all you need to know to plan, install, configure, secure IBM's WebSphere Portal Server-and use it to solve real problems. The IBM authors have made Portal Server work for dozens of enterprise customers. You can benefit hugely from their experience. The authors walk through installation on Windows, Solaris, Linux, and AIX platforms; then show how to customize look-and-feel, and personalize user content. There's detailed coverage of portlet programming and help with managing every facet of security, from ACLs to certificates and third-party authentication. Next, the authors turn to the services Portal Server can provide, from search to site analytics to web content management. Especially valuable: their techniques for "portletizing" existing web artifacts, leveraging WebSphere Portal 5.1's new bundled portlets, and creating multiple branded "virtual portals" on the same hardware.
       

  8. Vervante Books Etc-IBM WebSphere Performance Pack
    IBM WebSphere Performance Pack is Web infrastructure software that addresses the scalability, reliability and performance needs of e-business applications in both local and geographically distributed environments. Its functions incorporate leading-edge and robust caching, file management and load balancing, that together compensate for the inherent weakness of the Internet to support critical business applications and expectations. This redbook will give you a clear understanding of the features of IBM Web Traffic Express, the Caching and Filtering component of IBM WebSphere Performance Pack. It shows how to plan for, install, configure, use, tune and troubleshoot each component and offers specific implementation examples. Moreover, it helps explain how to build complex scenarios that involve all the components of IBM WebSphere Performance Pack, to give you a better understanding of the technologies involved.
       

  9. Informit Safari Tech Books Online WebSphere
    In this book, IBM's own enterprise WebSphere experts offer authoritative, comprehensive guidance for deploying and managing WebSphere on z/OS for mainframes, UNIX®/Linux®-based distributed systems, and Windows® servers. Drawing on their extensive experience supporting enterprise customers and developing new WebSphere technologies, the authors address the entire management lifecycle: planning, installation, configuration, administration, application deployment, tuning, and troubleshooting. This book thoroughly covers WebSphere Application Server Version 5.0 and 5.1: both IBM Base WebSphere Application Server offerings and the advanced scalability and fail over capabilities built into the popular IBM Network Deployment Edition. It has been designed to serve both as a comprehensive learning tool and as a rapid reference for working professionals.
      

  10. Books on Websphere
    The expert guide to deploying and managing any Websphere Application Server V5.x application and environment. If you?re a Websphere Application Server administrator or developer, this is your advanced guide for delivering applications rapidly, running them smoothly, and administering them efficiently. Four leading IBM consultants draw on their years of experience to illuminate the key steps involved in taking Websphere Application Server applications from development to production. They focus on the areas most crucial to success, including application assembly and build, application and infrastructure configuration and administration, and application testing and verification.

         


   

 

 

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Posted on: April 1, 2008

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