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[ Pdf Professional Java Data ¿ fractured-fairy-tales PDF ] by Danny Ayers Ü I mostly agreed with Eric Ma There are some areas that Wrox needs to review the whole process of publishing Java related books Here are some drawbacks that I can draw from reading recent Java related books 1 Repeated Contents Materials about Servlet, JSP, EJB, JNDI, JDBC, XML, etc are repeated over and over many books This could waste time, money, and papers for both Wrox and readers 2 books or Articles I asked myself is Wrox publishing books or articles Each book is written by many authors and the book s flow is inconsistent The assessment that it is not a book but a collection of articles may partially true It is true that a book if written by a team of authors could speed up the process of releasing it, but if Wrox editors and co Java Provides Versatile Technologies For Data Access And Manipulation This Book Investigates These Technologies In Detail And Shows How They Can Be Used To Develop Robust Enterprise Applications The Book Is Divided Into Five Sections, The First Of Which Looks At Data And Object Modeling The Second Section Investigates Accessing Data In Relational And Object Oriented Databases, And Directory Services The Focus Of The Following Section Is Data Presentation For Web Clients The Fourth Section Covers Enterprise JavaBeans And Distributed Applications The Last Section Of The Book Consists Of Four Real World Case Studies That Build On The Previous Chapters Of The Book Transactions, Performance, And Scalability Of Data Applications Are Also Discussed Throughout The Book For the past 2 years Wrox has been publishing books dedicated to Windows based data access ADO etc , but the same cannot be said about their Java database collection Although you find chapters on JDBC scattered all over almost all server side Java related books by Wrox, there was no single volume from them that teaches JDBC first, and then show how it is used by the newer dependent technologies, until this book arrived After looking through this book, I must say the authors and editors have done a rather commendable job.
Why do I make the above conclusion Let me give you my general impression of the book first A theme repeated in several of my recent reviews on books from Wrox is about the problem in coherence associated with multi author books Well, havin OK



I mostly agreed with Eric Ma There are some areas that Wrox needs to review the whole process of publishing Java related books Here are some drawbacks that I can draw from reading recent Java related books 1 Repeated Contents Materials about Servlet, JSP, EJB, JNDI, JDBC, XML, etc are repeated over and over many books This could waste time, money, and papers for both Wrox and readers 2 books or Articles I asked myself is Wrox publishing books or articles Each book is written by many authors and the book s flow is inconsistent The assessment that it is not a book but a collection of articles may partially true It is true that a book if written by a team of authors could speed up the process of releasing it, but if Wrox editors and coordinators have to do thei OK

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