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Enterprise Application Integration by David S. Linthicum

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Chapter 12. Java Middleware and EAI

 

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Java, a seemingly revolutionary method for building Web-born applications, is now maturing enough to be of benefit to the enterprise and to EAI. Today's Java is pumping up an already growing middleware marketplace. While Java was once "joined at the hip" to the browser, it has become the mechanism of choice for application servers, component-based development, and now EAI.

Recognizing that applets, servlets, and beans were of little use standing alone, JavaSoft has been promoting middleware standards for Java since before the release of the 1.0 JDK (Java Development Kit). JavaSoft can now claim many successful standards (including JDBC, JMS, RMI, and ...

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