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Java Vulnerabilities Report: Write Once, Pwn Anywhere [ Source: Bit9 ]

September 2013- Java's ubiquity and vulnerabilities have made it the technology most frequently exploited by cyber attackers. So it is timely to closely explore the breadth and state of its deployment among enterprises. Bit9 undertook an examination of these questions, leveraging endpoint data across many organizations. The results are surprising and concerning:

Java has become the most targeted endpoint technology.
Most endpoints have multiple versions of Java installed, in part because the Java installation ...

Your Next Java Web App: Less XML No Long Restarts, Fewer Hassles [ Source: ZeroTurnaround ]

November 2012- Did you realize that Hibernate has been around for more than 10 years? And Spring will begin its second decade next year? There was a time when Spring+Hibernate was widely considered an unofficial industry standard, but today is portrayed as an ancient beast whose XML appetite kills little rainbow scroll wheels. That assessment is not true, however. Both technologies have seen continuous development and are still competitive today.

Do You Really Get Classloaders? [ Source: ZeroTurnaround ]

November 2012- Join us for a tour of the Java classloading mechanism, both from the JVM and developer point-of-view. We will look at typical problems related to classloading and how to solve them.

Magnolia CMS: Spurring Innovation in the Finance Industry [ Source: Magnolia Americas, Inc. ]

July 2010- A Web content management system (CMS) provides companies in the financial sector with the tools they need to build an engaging and persuasive Web experience to customers, prospects, employees and management. The benefits of using a CMS to create Web-based services are many: faster time-to-market and competitive advantage due to on-the-fly content creation; increased customer satisfaction through consistent presentation of services and data across channels; improved internal efficiency via "create once, use many" paradigm; faster ...

Spurring Innovation and Increasing Customer Satisfaction in the Finance Industry [ Source: Magnolia Americas, Inc. ]

July 2010- Internet banking continues to grow, spurred by competitive pressures and rising customer expectations. In support of their online banking businesses, financial institutions must build and manage rich consumer and business Web sites. Further, industry deregulation and the financial meltdown of 2008 have led to a complex and somewhat unique set of challenges at financial institutions. In essence, it is especially critical to have the right CMS tools for the job that comply with industry standards. Magnolia's ...

Internationalization of Java / J2EE Applications [ Source: Sonata Software ]

August 2010- This White Paper discusses what is meant by internationalization of an application and the approach followed by Sonata for internationalization of Java / J2EE applications. Furthermore, it also explains what is meant by globalization of an application and the factors underlying it.

SAP Migration Guide: Moving ERP 6.0 From Solaris To Red Hat Linux [ Source: Red Hat ]

May 2010- The process of migrating SAP ERP 6.0 and IBM DB2 LUW version 9.1 from Solaris 10 Enterprise on Sun Fire T2000 to Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Platform for SAP applications on IBM System x3650 M2 with Intel Xeon processors is relatively straightforward. This guide will help you do the up-front planning and avoid potential problems. You can expect to perform a basic installation and migration in less than one day.

UML For REALbasic [ Source: Excel Software ]

May 2010- REALbasic is an object-oriented programming language for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux computers. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is the industry standard notation for modeling object-oriented software. This paper shows how to extract a UML design from a REALbasic project, model REALbasic software using UML, and generate REALbasic code from UML. Furthermore, it lays the foundation for a code translation project to or from REALbasic, Objective- C, Java, Delphi, C#, C++, or any other ...

From Oracle Forms To Oracle ADF And J2EE [ Source: PITSS America LLC ]

September 2009- Many organizations are unsure whether to upgrade, migrate, or replace their legacy Oracle Forms and Reports applications. This white paper describes a process valid for any Oracle Forms Modernization project on how to prepare and transfer a Forms application in to a state of the art software architecture like ADF, JEE.

Writing Performant EJB Beans in the Java EE 5 Platform (EJB 3.0) Using Annotations [ Source: Sun Microsystems ]

January 2008- The Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) 3.0 specification greatly improves the simplicity of programming enterprise beans. This assures to increase the productivity as a developer. This white paper shows how to get the best performance out of the new EJB 3.0 programming model. The Java Enterprise Performance team looked at performance in three broad areas, developer performance, performance of 3.0 session and message-driven beans and performance of Java technology persistent entities.

Java Technologies and Web Services Platforms [ Source: Sun Microsystems ]

January 2008- Web services help optimize information technology (IT) investment, shorten development time and result in reduced time to market of new services while reducing total cost of ownership (TCO). Web services are comprised of a set of technologies as the (SOAP) provides a simple and lightweight mechanism for exchanging structured and typed information in the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) format, (UDDI) is a specification for distributed and Web-based information registries of Web services. This paper reviews ...

Java Platform Migration Guide: Version 1.3 to 5.0 [ Source: Sun Microsystems ]

January 2008- This paper published by Sun Microsystems helps developers migrate Java applets, standalone applications, Java Web Start applications, and development tools from version 1.3 of the Java platform to version 5.0. While many 1.3 applications run without change, compatibility issues do exist, as described in this guide. The paper covers issues that are of interest to all application developers. The paper also covers issues that are primarily of interest to platform implementers and tool developers.

How to Best Leverage J2EE, Struts, and ADF in Your Portal [ Source: Oracle ]

January 2008- The Oracle Portal Developer Kit (PDK) enables one to develop portlets in many different technologies using Web services, Java (J2EE), XML, Struts, and PL/SQL. The PDK also provides the option to build these portlets using Oracles APIs or the new portlet standard APIs  OASIS/WSRP and JSR 168. This paper discusses when to leverage the declarative features for building portlets and when to build custom portlets. This paper also discusses how to quickly ...

Web Services and Application Frameworks (.NET and J2EE) [ Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ]

January 2008- This paper from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration discusses the fundamentals of application frameworks, the fundamentals of Web Services and the relationship between application frameworks. The authors include discussion of the current state of Web Services standards support by the .NET and J2EE frameworks and detailed discussion on how companies should choose between the Microsoft .NET and J2EE frameworks. This white paper rounds up with a look at Web Services support by application ...

Classloading in Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE [ Source: Oracle ]

January 2008- After introducing changes in the Java2 and J2EE specifications, class loading is no longer as simple as defining a CLASSPATH environment variable. J2EE application servers such as Oracle9iAS Containers J2EE (OC4J provided with Oracle9iAS) supplement the CLASSPATH with many different mechanisms to specify where classes live. This additional complexity often leads to classloading errors - errors that can be frustrating and difficult to diagnose. This whitepaper explains how classloading ...