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WebSphere Developer's Journal back issues
Managing production deployment of Java applications: overcome the complex challenge of handling various releases.(Product Spotlight)
October 1, 2003... Companies that have adopted WebSphere as their enterprise development platform are creating business-critical production applications. These projects include new, stand-alone solutions and modernized front ends for legacy applications and are being deployed to any eServer platform that...
Implementing J2EE-.NET interoperability using WebSphere MQ: part 1: new SupportPac allows use of the same messaging middleware on both platforms.(Interoperability)
October 1, 2003... It is today's reality that most companies are using both J2EE and .NET environments for their software implementation. Until recently, the prevalent solution for integration of these two environments has been HTTP-based Web services. ********** Although this solution works well in...
Quick and easy development using the new Visual Editor for Java: Building Applications with IBM WebSphere Studio and JavaBeans.(WebSphere Studio)
October 1, 2003... In Building Applications with IBM WebSphere Studio and JavaBeans, my coauthor, Steph Parkin, and I take you on a guided tour of developing applications with the WebSphere Studio Visual Editor for Java and JavaBeans. With the Visual Editor, new with WebSphere Studio Version 5, you'll see how...
Part 2: enhance your productivity with EJB QL; step-by-step EJB 2.0 inheritance in WebSphere.(The Learning Center)
October 1, 2003... One of the vital principles of object-oriented programming is inheritance. Although not formally supported by the EJB specification, the need for inheritance in the EJB world has real importance. ********** WebSphere Studio Application Developer supports inheritance of EJBs using a...
Profit without honor.(From the Editor)
October 1, 2003... The latest way to make a buck is to get your company some very cheap labor using L-1 visas. You can pay the new workers less than minimum wage--and it's completely legal. [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The way the L-1 visa program works is simple. All L-1 employees must have been employed...