Fahrin Kabir's questions about Java technology.
Budi Kurniawan's introduction to JSP tag files continues, covering variables and how to package tag files in a .jar file.
Describes three JSP tag library redesigns to illustrate concepts of simplifying taglibs for non-programmer use.
In this excerpt from his book <i>J2EE Security: For Servlets, EJBs, and Web Services</i>, author Pankaj Kumar describes Java APIs for securing items that are sent over the network where others may be snooping.
Tag Files are one of the most important new features in JSP 2.0. This article provides a comprehensive discussion on tag files.
In this excerpt from his book <i>Refactoring Workbook</i>, author William C. Wake provides examples of the easy to detect code smells of comments, long method, large class, and long parameter list.
Erik Hatcher continues his series on Lucene with a look at using the QueryParser. Three things are needed: an expression, the default field name to use for unqualified fields in the expression, and an analyzer to pieces of the expression.
In this excerpt from his book <i>J2EE Web Services, The Ultimate Guide</i>, author Richard Monson-Haefel provides a comprehensive look at SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol).
Describes the use of RSS update features in the Informa API, plus OPML as a way of aggregating RSS feeds into a JSP.
New event-oriented approach makes dealing with Swing threading issues easier.