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J2EE Web Services on BEA WebLogic Paperback – October 28, 2004

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Editorial Reviews

From the Back Cover

"Very impressive work. This book is valuable for beginning and intermediate technologists." Dwight Mamanteo, Technical Manager, BEA Systems

"Provides explanations of Web services, tuning tips, and discussions on security that will likely be of benefit to developers as they create their Web services." Robert W. Husted, Member, Technical Staff, Requisite Software

  • Build Web services infrastructure based on service-oriented architecture (SOA)
  • Implement enterprise-class Web services using WebLogic and J2EE
  • Complete lifecycle coverage with best practices: design, prototyping, development, testing, deployment, and management
Real-world enterprise Web services implementation with J2EE and WebLogic

You've seen plenty of theory about Web services. This book is about the reality: what it takes to successfully implement J2EE Web services with BEA WebLogic in complex enterprise environments. Anjali Anagol-Subbarao, one of the world's leading Web services experts, offers powerful insights for every stage of the Web services lifecycle: design, prototyping, development, testing, deployment, and management.

Anagol-Subbarao draws on her experience architecting and building Web services infrastructure for HP's worldwide operations and takes on the challenges that face every enterprise implementer. She demonstrates how to design robust Web services that align with business processes, smoothly integrate with existing infrastructure, deliver superior performance and security, and can be managed effectively. Coverage includes

  • Primers on WebLogic Workshop, WebLogic Server, WLI, and J2EE Web services technology
  • Building effective service-oriented architectural (SOA) frameworks
  • Translating designs into working code
  • Designing for end-to-end security and tuning for high performance
  • Testing Web services and deploying them to production environments
  • Addressing the unique challenges associated with managing distributed Web services

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About the Author

J2EE Web Services Using BEA WebLogicAbout the Author

Anjali Anagol-Subbarao has over a decade's experience in IT, including more than four years developing leading-edge Web services. She was among the first architects to build Web services in real-world business environments, and led the first Web services project of HP to integrate its consumer business operations with twelve of the largest retailers in the USA. She is now helping to architect and build the Web services infrastructure based on SOA for HP's global operations, and has four Web services patents pending.


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 360 pages
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR (October 28, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0131430726
  • ISBN-13: 978-0131430723
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.7 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,810,181 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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If you are interested in developing web services on the BEA WebLogic platform, buy this book. It provides and excellent introduction to both web services and the WebLogic development tools. The examples are real world and explained in an understandable manner. The text, however, does not provide deep detailed coverage of web services specifications or implementations so I would not suggest this should be your only book on web services. For in depth web service coverage in a J2EE environment I recommend you combine this book with Richard Monson-Haefel's "J2EE Web Services".
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The content is obsolete and it does'nt worth anything now. Reading a BEA Weblogic Developer Guide should be more helpful than this book.
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This is billed as a beginner/intermediate, and practical book.
I would say it's more intermediate.

It reads as sections of theory/definition, with a small example. I liked the first couple chapters, and I think it would be useful for a manager or analyst to get an overview of the terms, but I haven't found the rest to be that useful. It doesn't flow very well, and is hard to retain information.

What does stick out in my memory from the text is that Weblogic and Weblogic Workshop are powerful, natural, and easy...

These are the parts of the book that I found useful, well written, and/or just liked:
Page 41 on Classloader
Chapter 6 on WebServices
Page 249 on Security

(I did development on Weblogic 4.5-6.0, and am returning to Java from C++. I've read the first 80% of the book, and skimmed the last 20%.)
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This book is excellent for those developers and even architects looking to implement real-world web services. It gives a solid overview of web service technologies while also showing how the BEA platform can aid you in bringing those services to fruition. There is not an area that is left untouched. Finally a book that is gorunded in production services and experiences.
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