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Java Deployment (JNLP, WebStart, J2EE, J2SE)

ISBN-10: 0672321823

ISBN-13: 9780672321825

Edition: 2002

Authors: Mauro Marinilli

List price: $44.99
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Java Deployment: Deploying Java Applications with JNLP and Web Start takes a very practical approach to the topic of deploying Java applications. First, the book presents the major deployment concerns a Java developer faces and addresses the most common deployment scenarios. Next, the book addresses deployment issues the developer faces while coding a project. Finally, the book presents the JNLP technology and shows how to use JNLP in application deployment.
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Book details

List price: $44.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 9/19/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 512
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Mauro Marinilli is a Senior Program Manager in Microsoft Dynamics CRM R&D team working on Microsoft Dynamics Marketing. He is responsible for various key functional areas of the product. He has almost a decade of experience in envisioning and building cutting-edge, customer-focused Microsoft Dynamics software. Before joining the Dynamics CRM team, he worked in Dynamics NAV driving various critical areas of the product. Prior to join Microsoft he worked as a technical consultant in the custom ERP space on large international projects. Mauro holds a PhD in Artificial Intelligence and he is the author of various technical books.

Introduction
Introduction
Deploying Java
The Java Runtime Environment
Old Solutions
A Perspective Change
A General Definition of Software Deployment
An Abstract Model For Deployment
An Introduction to the Model
The Actors In the Model
Discussing the Model
Summary
Existing Solutions
Introduction
JNLP Implementations
Commercial Solutions
Deployment Engineering
Designing for Deployment
Introduction
A Deployment Method
Common Scenarios
Client Configurations and Software Configuration Management
Summary
Deployment Options for Non-J2SE Clients
Overview
J2ME Deployment
Java Card Applet Deployment
J2EE Deployment
Summary
Deploying Existing Software
Overview
An Example
Building Your Own Deployment Solution
Designing Ad-Hoc Deployment Solutions
Examples
Summary
JNLP
A JNLP Quick Launch
An Introduction For Developers
What Is JNLP? How JNLP Works
Some Examples
Java Web Start
Summary
The JNLP Protocol
When Adopting JNLP Technology Makes Sense
The Stages
The JNLP File Structure
Describing Applications and Applets
Describing Extensions And Installers
Summary
Defining the Client Environment
Application Basics
Resources
Security
Summary
Runtime Client Services
Introduction
File Management
Resource Management
Persistence
Controlling Installations
Other Services
An Example Application
Summary
Server-Side Deployment Support
Overview
Deploying Resources to the Server
Behind the Scenes of a JNLP Server
Summary
A Complete Example.Design
Implementation
Summary
Appendixes
A Little Handbook for Java Deployment
Deployment Design in a Nutshell
A Roadmap to the Source Code in This Book
Using UML for Deployment Documentation
Legal Notes
JNLP (Java Network Launching Protocol) Specification
Client
Server
Other Deployment Technologies
OSD
DTMF Initiatives
Other Deployment Technologies
A JNLP Utility Library
Introduction
Implementation
An Example of Use