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Computer Science - Software Engineering | Pro Jakarta Commons

Pro Jakarta Commons

Oak, Harshad

2004, XV, 248 p.

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Jakarta Commons are easily reusable components that can quickly be put to good use in any server-side Java development undertaking. In fact, components are not big applications, but sleek code bits that perform specific tasks very well. This book provides much-needed documentation and usage information about the popular sub-projects forming Jakarta Commonsso that you can efficiently incorporate them into Java applications.

Jakarta Commons have potential to extend the core functionality of the Java language (the Lang sub-project), and they can provide a Validation framework (Validator) and a database connection pool (Pool). Jakarta Commons can even manipulate XML and JavaBeans in a more intuitive and pragmatic fashion.

Content Level » Popular/general

Keywords » Java - XML - development - documentation - language - validation

Related subjects » Software Engineering

Table of contents 

  1. Introducing Jakarta Commons: The Uncommon Commons
  2. Using the Lang Component
  3. Using the Logging Component
  4. Using the Validator Component
  5. Using the BeanUtils Component
  6. Implementing Pooling
  7. Using the Digester Component
  8. Using Collections and Primitives
  9. Using HttpClient and FileUpload
  10. Using the Net Component
  11. Using Other Commons Components

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