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WebSphere Journal back issues
Change management for J2EE development teams: dealing with complexity.(ILLUMINATING WEBSPHERE)
June 1, 2005... Software complexity is ever increasing. The J2EE platform addresses application architecture complexity by providing a set of abstractions for multitiered enterprise apps. IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere software provides the developer with a rich integrated development...
WebSphere Application Server Java dumps: description and problem determination.
June 1, 2005... This article is meant to bring you up to speed on Java dumps and their debugging purposes quickly, it assumes that you're familiar with basic Java, the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), and threading concepts. Some information about Java dumps and their contents is intentionally omitted from the...
Your guide to portal clustering: WebSphere Portal server 5.1.(PERFICIENT)
June 1, 2005... Some things in WebSphere PortalServer work well and are well documented. Other things are well documented and work well in theory. Still other things have okay documentation and will work well when all of the WebSphere stars are aligned. Depending on your implementation, Portal Clustering...
WebSphere Commerce design pattern--Part 1: writing applications that adhere to the WebSphere Commerce framework.(PROGRAMMING)
June 1, 2005... The IBM WebSphere Commerce product is a platform for developing and deploying value-chain solutions from a consumer-centric online sales channel to a completely integrated, multitiered demand chain. A variety of design patterns were used to develop the WebSphere Commerce framework. By...
Blue Java.(FROM THE EDITOR)
June 1, 2005... This month marks the 10th Anniversary of the JavaOne conference, sponsored and controlled by Sun Microsystems, and an annual drawing card for Java developers worldwide. As someone who played in a role in this event's launch, I am always happy to see it succeed, to see Java and its offshoots...