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Magazine articles on java programming.
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JavaWorld
September 21, 2001
Java Product News SilverStream releases development environment for Web services apps... Idetix ships Revize 3.5... IBM updates Web Services Toolkit... Denwa certifies Pingtel expressa phone Aligo partners with various J2EE vendors... SavaJe launches SavaJe Partner Program... Empirix updates Bean-test... etc. mark for My Articles 611 similar articles
JavaWorld
September 2001
Kevin Pauli
Pattern your way to automated regression testing In complex systems, the results of one unit test can alter the expected results of another. By applying well-established design patterns to your architecture, you can seamlessly unit test code that accesses databases... mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
JavaWorld
September 2001
Wm. Paul Rogers
Maximize flexibility with interfaces and abstract classes Most introductory Java texts take an implementation-centric stab at how to use interfaces and abstract classes. However, few provide a clear design distinction for choosing between these two similar object-oriented constructs... mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
JavaWorld
September 2001
Michael L. Perry
Automate dependency tracking, Part 2 Automatic dependency tracking simplifies application development and maintenance. Here's how to achieve these worthwhile benefits... mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
JavaWorld
September 14, 2001
Java Product News Empirix updates Bean-test... Bitmovers Maui 1.2 develops UIs for server-side apps... Iona's Total Business Integration now supports embedded apps... O'Reilly releases Java & XML, Second Edition... Versant enhances enJin Lutris adds JMS support to EAS 4... etc. mark for My Articles 689 similar articles
JavaWorld
September 2001
Wally Flint
Access control for partial exposure With Java's built-in access control, you can't expose fields and methods to some classes in a package, while hiding them from others in the same package... mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
JavaWorld
September 2001
Brian Goetz
Exceptional practices, Part 2 A specific technique -- exception chaining -- that you can use to preserve important debugging information. Exception chaining is so useful and widely applicable that it has been added to the Throwable class in JDK 1.4 (Merlin)... mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
JavaWorld
September 2001
Dirk Reinshagen
XML messaging, Part 3 This article introduces the JAXM API and the ebXML XML messaging standard. These two standards, working together, enable you to send SOAP messages in a message-oriented fashion... mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
JavaWorld
September 2001
Sprint PCS brings Java to handsets Sprint PCS Group has jumped on the Java bandwagon, announcing an application developers' program in conjunction with Sun Microsystems Inc. and support for Java on a pair of handsets running the Palm Inc. operating system... mark for My Articles 807 similar articles
JavaWorld
September 7, 2001
Java Product News O'Reilly releases Java & XML, Second Edition... Iona's Total Business Integration now supports embedded apps Versant enhances enJin 2.2... Lutris adds JMS support to EAS 4... Sims Computing updates enterprise job scheduler Commercial release of CapeStudio now available... etc. mark for My Articles 821 similar articles
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