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2009

Terracotta

by Elryk & 5 others
Terracotta propose une approchede clustering directement au niveau de la JVM. Open source, cette solution s'intègre au framework Spring.

2008

Weblogic 8.1 - ActiveDirectoryAuthenticator

by sdaclin
Description détaillée de la configuration d'active directory dans un realm J2EE weblogic.

SSO Weblogic 8.1 - Kerberos - Active Directory 2003

by sdaclin
Documentation technique où est présentée toute la démarche pas à pas pour mettre en oeuvre un SSO avec weblogic et Active Directory

Weblogic 8.1 - Configuring SSO with active Directory

by sdaclin
Cette doc permet de mettre en place un SSO dans un domaine Active Directory avec un server weblogic 8.1 en utilisant le KDC Kerberos d'un AD.

Support BEA pour SSO sur weblogic 8.1 + Active Directory

by sdaclin
Cette page de support reprend avec des cas concrets la configuration d'un SSO avec weblogic et Active Directory via Kerberos.

Weblogic 8.1 - Securing Web Applications

by sdaclin
Description pour sécuriser une web app dans weblogic, description des web.xml et weblogic.xml

PJL Compressing Filter

by Elryk
A J2EE servlet filter which compresses data written to the response. It supports several algorithms (gzip, deflate, etc.) and emphasizes minimal memory usage and high throughput. Also provides detailed performance stats.

Core J2EE Patterns - Data Access Object

by Elryk & 1 other
Access to data varies depending on the source of the data. Access to persistent storage, such as to a database, varies greatly depending on the type of storage (relational databases, object-oriented databases, flat files, and so forth) and the vendor implementation.

J2EE[tm] Design Patterns > Design Patterns Catalog

by Elryk & 2 others
Each pattern in this catalog includes sample code from JavaTM BluePrints reference applications such as the Java Pet Store sample application.

2007

Alfresco - Open Source Enterprise Content Management (CMS) including Web Content Management

by jdrsantos & 12 others
Alfresco is the Open Source Alternative for Enterprise Content Management (ECM), providing Document Management, Collaboration, Records Management, Knowledge Management, Web Content Management and Imaging.

Nati Shalom's Blog: Why most large-scale Web sites are not written in Java

by nhoizey
The application stack of these Web applications is very different from the stack that mission-critical applications in the financial world are built with.

Call For Presenters For The IndicThreads.com Conference On Java Technology 2007 - Enterprise Java Software Developer Station

by harshadoak
IndicThreads.com invites submissions for the IndicThreads.com Conference On Java Technology 2007 to be held on 26th and 27th October 2007 at the Symbiosis Infotech Campus, Hinjewadi IT Park, Pune, India. The conference is the place to be, to learn the latest in the Java world while meeting with like-minded individuals from across the industry. You can find details of last year's conference at http://conference.indicthreads.com IndicThreads welcomes submissions from delegates across fields, geographic locations and areas of development. Topics of interest include new and groundbreaking technologies and emerging trends, successful practices and real world learnings. Topics appropriate for submission to this conference may include but are not restricted to the below. 1. Changes In the Java language 2. Java SE, Java EE and Java ME 3. Open Source frameworks like Spring, Wicket and Rails 4. SOA Techniques and Practices 5. Ajax and Web 2.0 Toolkits and Frameworks 6. Scripting languages for Java like JRuby, Groovy, Rhino, JavaFX. 7. Java Security 8. Agile Techniques, Extreme Programing, Test Driven Development 9. Optimization and Performance tuning 10. New and emerging technologies 11. Case Studies and Real World Experiences

Le blog de L'ami S'ami - Eclipse se met au RAP

by ipolugic & 1 other
j’avoue que la multiplication des Framework AJAX commence à être de plus en plus problématique. Problématique pour nous techniciens qui commençons à être de plus en plus submergés par autant de nouveautés (même si dans la pratique, peu innovent finalement). Et problématique pour le marché et les utilisateurs car du coup, plus personne ne sait aujourd’hui ce qu'il doit choisir dans le cadre d'un nouveau développement Web entre JSF, JSP, Struts 2 (j’y viendrais), GWT, Eclipse RAP, Echo2 ou DOJO (je ne parle pas de Zk, JMaki et autres Bindows et Backbase).

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