The Package Tour

One of Java's improvements over C and C++ programming is its natively enforced hierarchical naming convention for referencing other Java class libraries. The result is that you can interpret a lot about an application by simply examining the names of imported packages and classes. This is particularly true when many of the incorporated packages represent well-known open source efforts. Before we dive into Enhydra 3 development and deployment, let's take a look at a few collections of these packages.

Tables 5.1 and 5.2 represent the core personality that distinguishes much of Enhydra from other application servers. The com.lutris package addresses Enhydra's support for login, HTTP processing, presentation manager, SQL database ...

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