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JBoss at Work: A Practical Guide.


JBoss at work; a practical guide.

Marrs, Tom and Scott Davis.

O'Reilly & Associates Inc


287 pages




Emphasizing practical issues, Marrs, a software architect, and Davis, a software engineer, explain how to develop an enterprise application from start to finish, from Java Server pages on the frontend to sessions EJBs and the database on the backend. In addition to JBoss, the book shows how to use tools like Ant, XDocket, and Hibernate. Focus is on writing working code, building the applications, packaging the application properly, and getting the application deployed.

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