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Java Deployment with Jnlp and Webstart


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September 2001

Beschreibung

Beschreibung

Sun's Java Network Launch Protocol (JNLP) and Web Start technologies have re-energized the desktop Java market creating a strong need for deployment information.
  • Java Deployment: Deploying Java Applications with JNLP and Web Start is for anyone who needs to solve the deployment problem for professional Java software, in particular for developers of Java software and customer organizations that install and maintain Java software for their users.
  • This book is a practical guide and a reference for the new JNLP technology and its implementations.
  • Overviews of the current state-of-the-art in the deployment-related technologies for Java and their impact on the implementations of a new-generation of network-centric software.
Java Deployment: Deploying Java Applications with JNLP and Web Start takes a very practical approach to the topic of deploying Java applications. First, the book presents the major deployment concerns a Java developer faces and addresses the most common deployment scenarios. Next, the book addresses deployment issues the developer faces while coding a project. Finally, the book presents the JNLP technology and shows how to use JNLP in application deployment. Dr. Mauro Marinilli holds a degree in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Rome. His professional activity is divided between theoretical academic research and work as a Java development engineer. Dr. Marinilli has published several academic papers in Conference Proceedings and in specialized reviews, ranging from Information Filtering (IF), applications of Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) to Adaptive Hypermedia. Dr. Marinilli is the author of the first Information Filtering Applet, implementing an original algorithm and one of the first and pioneering works on Java3D editor tools cited on Sun Microsystem's site.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction. I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Deploying Java. The Java Runtime Environment. Old Solutions. A Perspective Change. A General Definition of Software Deployment. 2. An Abstract Model For Deployment. An Introduction to the Model. The Actors In the Model. Discussing the Model. Summary. 3. Existing Solutions. Introduction. JNLP Implementations. Commercial Solutions. II. DEPLOYMENT ENGINEERING. 4. Designing for Deployment. Introduction. A Deployment Method. Common Scenarios. Client Configurations and Software Configuration Management. Summary. 5. Deployment Options for Non-J2SE Clients. Overview. J2ME Deployment. Java Card Applet Deployment. J2EE Deployment. Summary. 6. Deploying Existing Software. Overview. An Example. 7. Building Your Own Deployment Solution. Designing Ad-Hoc Deployment Solutions. Examples. Summary. III. JNLP. 8. A JNLP Quick Launch. An Introduction For Developers. What Is JNLP? How JNLP Works. Some Examples. Java Web Start. Summary. 9. The JNLP Protocol. When Adopting JNLP Technology Makes Sense. The Stages. The JNLP File Structure. Describing Applications and Applets. Describing Extensions And Installers. Summary. 10. Defining the Client Environment. Application Basics. Resources. Security. Summary. 11. Runtime Client Services. Introduction. File Management. Resource Management. Persistence. Controlling Installations. Other Services. An Example Application. Summary. 12. Server-Side Deployment Support. Overview. Deploying Resources to the Server. Behind the Scenes of a JNLP Server. Summary. 13. A Complete Example. Design. Implementation. Summary. IV. APPENDIXES. Appendix A. A Little Handbook for Java Deployment. Deployment Design in a Nutshell. A Roadmap to the Source Code in This Book. Using UML for Deployment Documentation. Legal Notes. Appendix B. JNLP (Java Network Launching Protocol) Specification. Client. Server. Appendix C. Other Deployment Technologies. OSD. DTMF Initiatives. Other Deployment Technologies. Appendix D. A JNLP Utility Library. Introduction. Implementation. An Example of Use.

Portrait

Mauro Marinilli got his first computer (a pioneering Commodore VIC20) when he was 12. He began publishing computer technical articles for an Italian specialized magazine some years later, where he remained a popular columnist until the 8-bit, listings-driven era was finished. In 1999, some months before graduating as a Computer Engineer from the University of Rome's "La Sapienza," he started to work full-time as a Java developer. During that period, he presented at many conferences worldwide (the last so far was at Trento AH 2000, with Mona Laroussi). After several projects, both in the industry and for research, he joined a mid-sized Italian software firm, Datamat, as the chief Java developer responsible for the GUI team developing the new meteorological software system used by the Italian Air Force. At the beginning of 2001, he transformed his long-standing hobby into full-time work as a freelance author specializing in Java programming. He collaborates with the University of Rome 3 and other research organizations. His research interests are Intelligent Information Filtering, Information Retrieval, Human-Computer Interaction, and Adaptive Hypermedia, with papers published on conference proceedings and specialized reviews. He is the author of several Java articles at Gamelan.com and contributes to several open-source projects. Marinilli grew up and currently lives by the sea (he couldn't live anywhere else), where he enjoys all seaside sports, sailing, scuba-diving, canoeing, and simply beach jogging; and when away from a desktop, he enjoys the warmth of his friends.
EAN: 9780672321825
ISBN: 0672321823
Untertitel: 'Sams White Books'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SAMS
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2001
Seitenanzahl: 512 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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