Enterprise linux at work : how to build 10 distributed applications for your organization / Stephen Asbury.

By: Asbury, Stephen
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York ; Singapore : Wiley computer publishing, c2000Description: xxiii, 418 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780471363491; 0471363499 (pbk./CDROM)Subject(s): Application software | Linux | Electronic data processingDDC classification: 005.4469 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Content

Project 1 An online catalog
about this project
Design and concepts
Step 1 Building the database
Step 2 Displaying the database
Step 3 Displaying the catalog
etc.

Project 2 Java-base web page scripting engine
About this project
Basic concepts abd design
Step 1 Preparing the web server
Step 2 Defining the scripting language
etc.

Project 3 Web-based bug tracker
About this project
Basic concepts and design
Step 1: Create the database
Step 2: Create the index page
etc.

Project 4 CORBRA-based course registration framework
and server
About this project
Basic concepts and design
Step 1: Create the database
Step 2: Define the IDL interfaces
Step 3: Implement the registration framework
etc.

Project 5 A JNDI server provider
Step 1: A test program
Step 2: Defining the interface between the client
Step 3: Defining the client
Step 4: Defining the server
etc.

Project 6 Accessing an LDAP server
Creating an LDAP search program in Java
Step 1: Check the command line arguments
Step 2: Connect to the LDAP server
Step 3 Perform the search
Step 4: Process the results
etc.

Project 7 a message server
Basic concepts and design
Messaging domains
Applications of messaging
Step 1: Prepare the system
Step 2: Define client/server interface
Step 3: create the client library
etc.

Project 8 XML data backup utility
About this project
Basic concepts and design
Step 1 Creating the DTD
Step 2: Handling string encoding
Step 3: Creating the backup utility
etc.

Project 9 A performance toolkit
Step 1: Framework to improve perceived performance
Step 2: Technique for managing thread usage
Step 3 Maximizing database connection times
Step 4: Improving reliability
etc.

Project 10 A parallel program
Step 1 Creating a parallel job server
Step 2 Creating a parallel job client
Step 3 Warp up

Appendix installation tips




Includes indexes, P. : 413 - 418

Includes bibliographical references . _ Index : p. 413-418


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