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J2EE™ Security for Servlets, EJBs and Web Services: Applying Theory and Standards to Practice by Pankaj Kumar

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J2EE Platform

Enterprise applications responsible for supporting business-critical operations are very different from a typical program developed with J2SE. Besides providing the business functionality, these applications are expected to satisfy a number of nonfunctional requirements: be up and running day and night (i.e., be highly available), must support multiple users at the same time, be able to handle more work with additional hardware and with reasonable response time (i.e., be load-balanced and scalable), be able to interact with other existing or newly developed systems, be manageable, be secure, and so on. The size and complexity of these applications imply that it should be possible to use standard services for common requirements ...

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