Java Application Strategies for iSeries and AS/400, Second Edition provides a much-needed look at the realities of using Java to develop real-world OS/400 applications. Don Denoncourt draws on his years of experience as a business application programmer and on his acknowledged expertise in Java to lead RPG programming professionals through the potential pitfalls of object-oriented programming (OOP), teaching them effective strategies for Java application design and programming.
Covering the gamut of Java application strategies, this book includes introductory information on Java and object-oriented programming, methods for integrating object-oriented techniques into your application design, a description of the utilities and tools available on iSeries and AS/400, methods to access DB2/400 with Java, ways to integrate Java with your legacy applications, and a tutorial on how to develop a Java GUI.
New to this edition are sections on server-side Java and the Web--an up-to-date look at servlets, JavaServer Pages (JSPs), and programming server-side applications on the Web.
Upon completion of Java Application Strategies for iSeries and AS/400, you will be able to:
|Author Name:||Don Denoncourt|
|Publication Date:||February 23, 2001|
|Product Dimensions:||7 x 1.1 x 9 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||1.9 pounds|
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