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Berndt Hamboeck

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In Part 1 (PBDJ, Vol. 9, issue 6) I discussed directory services and how they provide authentication, access control, and finder services for our application. In Part 2, I explain how the JNDI API lets us easily use LDAP.
EAServer includes a powerful API called the Interface Repository. In this article I'll create a small service component to clean this repository of unwanted files that might be created when you deploy PowerBuilder components. I'll show how to get all the packages associated with your s...
WAP stands for Wireless Application Protocol and is based on Wireless Markup Language (WML), which is closely related to Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). WAP enables you to quickly and easily deliver information and services to mobile users. It's independent from any other mobile or n...
Struts is an open source initiative from the Jakarta Project written in Java. Sponsored by the Apache Software Foundation, the project's goal is to provide an open source framework that's useful for building Web applications with Java servlet and JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology. Stru...
'Web services are a new breed of Web application. They're self-contained, self-describing, modular applications that can be published, located, and invoked across the Web. Web services perform functions, which can be anything from simple requests to complicated business processes.
Many of us started playing around with Java several years ago, fighting our way through CLASSPATH variables, packages, and javac.exe, and ended up with our first 'Hello World' or file read/write/close application. What did we use to write our first small application and classes?