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Developing Java Servlets : Sams White Book - James Goodwill

Developing Java Servlets

Sams White Book

Paperback Published: 31st May 2001
ISBN: 9780672321078
Number Of Pages: 624

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"Developing Java Servlets, Second Edition," is a comprehensive, code-intensive book for professional Java developers. It explains the Java Servlet API architecture and client/server development concepts and contains detailed, professional programming techniques for building sophisticated e-commerce and database servlet applications. New topics covered in the updated edition are:

  • JavaMail
  • Servlets with XML, JSP, and EJB
  • Pluggable web applications
  • Wireless servlets with WML/WMLScripts

  • List of Mapsp. ix
    The Best of Italy from $70 a Dayp. 1
    The Best Travel Experiences for Free (or Almost)p. 1
    The Best Bargain Destinationsp. 2
    The Best Small Townsp. 3
    The Best Cathedralsp. 4
    The Best Museumsp. 6
    The Best Ancient Ruinsp. 8
    The Best Wine-Tasting Experiencesp. 9
    The Best Festivalsp. 10
    The Best Hotel Dealsp. 11
    The Best Rooms with a Viewp. 13
    The Best Affordable Hideaways by the Seap. 14
    The Best Affordable Restaurantsp. 15
    The Best Cafesp. 17
    Planning Your Trip: The Basicsp. 19
    Fifty Money-Saving Tipsp. 19
    Cyber Deals for Net Surfersp. 20
    The Regions in Briefp. 26
    Visitor Information, Entry Requirements and Customsp. 30
    Moneyp. 32
    The Debut of the Europ. 33
    The Italian Lira, the U.S. Dollar and the British Poundp. 35
    When to Gop. 35
    Italy Calendar of Eventsp. 37
    Cycling in Italyp. 42
    Organized Tours, Package Tours and Tour Operatorsp. 43
    Health and Insurancep. 44
    Tips for Travelers with Special Needsp. 45
    Getting There Without Going Brokep. 48
    Getting Around Affordablyp. 55
    Travel Times Between the Major Citiesp. 57
    Tips on Accommodationsp. 59
    Tips on Diningp. 61
    Getting the VAT (IVA) Backp. 63
    Fast Facts: Italyp. 63
    Rome: The Eternal Cityp. 67
    Arrivingp. 68
    Essentialsp. 70
    Neighborhoods in Briefp. 72
    Fast Facts: Romep. 77
    Affordable Places to Stayp. 81
    Getting the Best Deal on Accommodationsp. 83
    Great Deals on Diningp. 95
    Getting the Best Deal on Diningp. 97
    The Best Gelaterie and Cafesp. 111
    Seeing the Sightsp. 112
    Attending a Papal Audiencep. 115
    Cheap Thrills: Exploring Rome for Free (or Almost)p. 134
    Shoppingp. 154
    Rome After Darkp. 159
    Side Trips: Ostia Antica and Tivolip. 164
    Florence: Birthplace of the Renaissancep. 166
    Arrivingp. 166
    Essentialsp. 168
    Neighborhoods in Briefp. 170
    Fast Facts: Florencep. 173
    Affordable Places to Stayp. 176
    Getting the Best Deal on Accommodationsp. 177
    Great Deals on Diningp. 187
    Getting the Best Deal on Diningp. 189
    Taking a Gelato Breakp. 191
    A Moveable Feastp. 194
    Seeing the Sightsp. 197
    Reserving Tickets for the Uffizi and Other Museumsp. 203
    Cheap Thrills: What to See and Do in Florence for Free (or Almost)p. 208
    Shoppingp. 218
    Florence After Darkp. 222
    A Day Trip to Fiesolep. 225
    Tuscany and Umbriap. 227
    Pisa and Its Tipping Towerp. 228
    Davidus Jones's Lockerp. 236
    Lucca and Its Renaissance Wallsp. 237
    San Gimignano and Its Medieval Towersp. 245
    Wining and Dining in Chianti's Backyardp. 250
    The Chianti Roadp. 251
    Siena and the Palio delle Contradep. 256
    The Palio delle Contradep. 264
    Perugia: Capital of Umbriap. 272
    Assisi and the Basilica di San Francescop. 279
    Umbria Shook, Rattled and Rolledp. 281
    Gubbiop. 289
    Spoleto and the Spoleto Festivalp. 294
    Orvietop. 300
    Bologna and Emilia-Romagnap. 306
    Bologna: Home of Europe's Oldest Universityp. 306
    Snacks and Gelatop. 317
    A Moveable Feastp. 320
    Ferrara: Where the Estes Ruledp. 321
    Snacks and Gelatop. 327
    Ravenna and Its Amazing Mosaicsp. 328
    Modenap. 335
    Living Off the Fat of the Landp. 338
    Parmap. 339
    Snacks and Gelatop. 344
    Venice: La Serenissimap. 346
    Arrivingp. 346
    Essentialsp. 348
    Neighborhoods in Briefp. 350
    Cruising the Canalsp. 354
    Fast Facts: Venicep. 355
    Venetian Dialect: What Would Dante Say?p. 357
    Affordable Places to Stayp. 358
    Getting the Best Deal on Accommodationsp. 360
    Great Deals on Diningp. 370
    Getting the Best Deal on Diningp. 372
    Seeing the Sightsp. 379
    Cheap Thrills: What to See and Do in Venice for Free (or Almost)p. 389
    Carnevale a Veneziap. 392
    Shoppingp. 396
    Venice After Darkp. 399
    Exploring Venice's Islandsp. 402
    The Veneto and South Tyrolp. 404
    Padua and Giotto's Fabulous Frescoesp. 405
    Vicenza: City of Palladiop. 418
    Verona: Home to Juliet and Her Romeop. 424
    Will the Fat Lady Sing?p. 426
    Trentp. 437
    Bolzanop. 440
    Meranop. 446
    Taking the Curep. 448
    Bressanonep. 450
    Hitting the Slopesp. 453
    Cortina d'Ampezzop. 454
    Milan, Lombardy and the Lakesp. 460
    Milan: More than The Last Supperp. 460
    Bergamop. 483
    Mantua: A Gem of Lombardyp. 489
    Lake Garda: Largest of the Italian Lakesp. 494
    Lake Comop. 501
    Lake Maggiore and the Borromean Islandsp. 507
    Piemonte and the Valle d'Aostap. 511
    Turin and the Mysterious Shroudp. 511
    Fast Facts: Turinp. 514
    The Piemonte Wine Countryp. 524
    Horses and Donkeysp. 525
    Aosta and the Valle d'Aostap. 533
    Into the Great Outdoorsp. 535
    Across Mont Blanc by Cable Carp. 538
    Liguria and the Italian Rivierap. 542
    Genoa: Sophistication and Squalorp. 542
    The Riviera di Ponente: San Remo, Bordighera and Morep. 555
    The Riviera Levante: Camogli, Santa Margherita Ligure, Portofino and Rapallop. 563
    The Cinque Terrep. 572
    Southern Italy: Campania and Apuliap. 581
    Naples: See It and Diep. 582
    Fast Facts: Naplesp. 587
    Herculaneum: A Prelude to Pompeiip. 601
    Pompeii and Its Amazing Ruinsp. 602
    Mt. Vesuvius: Contents Under Pressurep. 604
    The Isle of Caprip. 607
    The Emerald Isle of Ischiap. 618
    Cruising Down the Amalfi Coastp. 622
    Sorrento: Hear the Sirens Callp. 624
    Positano: A Posh Resortp. 629
    Amalfi: A Modest Seaside Villagep. 634
    Ravello: A Retreat for Celebritiesp. 638
    Paestum and Its Greek Templesp. 641
    The Gargano Peninsula and Tremiti Islandsp. 643
    Barip. 648
    Alberobello and the Land of the Trullip. 652
    Ferries to Greecep. 654
    Ostunip. 655
    Lecce: The Florence of the Baroquep. 657
    Sicilyp. 660
    Men of Honorp. 663
    Passing Through Messinap. 664
    Cefalup. 665
    Palermo: Sicily's Capitalp. 669
    Street Markets--The Best Free Sightseeing in Townp. 679
    Ericep. 686
    Selinunte and Its Temple Ruinsp. 689
    Agrigento and the Valley of the Templesp. 691
    Siracusa and Ortigiap. 698
    Mt. Etna: The Forge of Vulcanp. 706
    Taorminap. 707
    Italy in Depthp. 716
    History 101: Italy Past and Presentp. 716
    Datelinep. 717
    Italy's Artistic Heritagep. 724
    In the Cucina Italiana: Food and Winep. 727
    Indexp. 730
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    ISBN: 9780672321078
    ISBN-10: 0672321076
    Series: Sams White Book
    Audience: Tertiary; University or College
    Format: Paperback
    Language: English
    Number Of Pages: 624
    Published: 31st May 2001
    Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
    Country of Publication: US
    Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 18.6  x 3.3
    Weight (kg): 1.01
    Edition Number: 2
    Edition Type: Revised