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- Building a Tiles Application with JavaServer Faces Components
- Learn how to develop an Apache Struts Tiles application comprising several JavaServer Faces (JSF) component pages in Oracle JDeveloper 10g.
- Introducing Service Component Architecture and Service Data Objects
Oracle is contributing to new specifications that will simplify implemention of applications in an SOA. Learn more about SCA and SDO and download the specs, schema files, javadocs, APIs, and more.
- “Oracle Database 10g: Top Features” Series Now Available as PDF
Download Arup Nanda’s complete analysis of Oracle Database 10g
- Experiences with the New Java 5 Language Features
Jess Garms and Tim Hanson recently worked on a Java 5 compiler. In this article, they document some of their experiences with the new language features, and include tips and best practices for using the features in your programming.
- Service Component ArchitectureLearn about Service Component Architecture, a new technology to simplify application development and implementation in a service-oriented architecture.
- Using and hacking Subclipse – the Subversion plugin for EclipseSubversion is a compelling replacement for the CVS version control system. This article shows how to access a Subversion repository (such as CodeShare) using the Subclipe Eclipse plug-in, and how to extend the plug-in itself.
- Production-time Redeployment of Applications in WebLogic Server 9.0Abhijit Patil and Seetharam Param demonstrate how to upgrade a deployed application in a production environment without affecting the existing clients.
- The latest content from IBM developerWorks
- Develop a Web service without an IDE, Part 1: Focus on the Server:
- Create a Web service provider on the command lineLearn how to create a Web service provider, including the deployment descriptors and the Java classes, and see a demonstration of the Java compiler, Java2WSDL, and WSDL2Java command-line tools.
- A step-by-step guide to configuring a WebSphere Portal V126.96.36.199 cluster using WebSphere Application Server V188.8.131.52This detailed guide shows you how to build a fully-functional WebSphere Portal V184.108.40.206 cluster using an external database and an LDAP for security. You also learn how to configure a Web server to enable for load balancing. This configuration is based on WebSphere Application Server 220.127.116.11 versions; however, a similar procedure could be used with any
- WebSphere Portal V5.1.x version and any WebSphere Application Server 6.0.x version.
- Best Practices: WebSphere MQ shared queues and application programsThis article describes some best practices when using WebSphere MQ shared queues to provide continuous availability of messages. Topics include Coupling Facility list structure and queue size, queue depth, and data serialization.
- Using a reverse proxy server with WebSphere CommerceThis article describes how to configure the IBM HTTP Server as a reverse proxy server for WebSphere Commerce. A reverse proxy server provides an additional layer of security, protects HTTP servers further up the chain, and improves the performance of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) requests.