A Bit About J. Jeffrey
Jeff has more than 18 years of experience in the software industry, including working as senior engineer for the Windows OpenDoc project and lead architect for the Route 66 framework at Novell. Jeff is currently the Chief Architect for eReinsure.com, Inc., building Web services frameworks and platforms for J2EE-based reinsurance systems. Jeff has also authored numerous articles and books including: .NET versus J2EE Web Services: A Comparison of Approaches, Pro JMX: Java Management Extensions, and Web Services Business Strategies and Architectures.
The Complete Works of J. Jeffrey
25 Oct 2005
Multi-tiered Service-Oriented Systems with JBoss, Part 3
This is the latest article in a series of articles discussing service-oriented systems development on JBoss 4.0.
21 Jul 2005
Multi-tiered Service-Oriented Systems with JBoss, Part 2
In this article, Jeff Hanson begins a discussion of how JBoss 4.0 can be used to enhance a service-oriented system with access controls, service security, service persistence, service discovery, etc.
21 Jun 2005
Multi-tiered Service-Oriented Systems with JBoss
This is the first in a series of articles to explore building multi-tiered service-oriented systems on the JBoss 4.0 platform. This article outlines JBoss service-implementation fundamentals as well as techniques for instrumenting services using JBoss and JMX.
01 Feb 2005
Designing Multi-tiered Service-Oriented Systems
This is the first of a series of articles that will explore building multi-tiered service-oriented systems. This article outlines techniques and best practices for designing such systems in J2EE.
11 Oct 2004
Building Service-Oriented Business-Logic Components for J2EE and .NET
This is the first of a series of articles that will discuss building service-oriented business-logic components that can be consumed by both J2EE and .NET applications. This article outlines techniques and best practices for building these business-logic components in J2EE.
14 Jul 2004
Connecting Asynchronous Services and Service Clients
This article is the second of a series of articles which outline techniques and technologies that can be used to build Web services and Web service clients that interact asynchronously using JMS in a service-oriented environment. In this article, we will extend our framework to demonstrate JMS clients and loosely-coupled, JMS-aware, business-logic components which can realize the benefits of a service-oriented architecture.
02 Jun 2004
Building Asynchronous Web Services with JMS
Check out this first-of-a-series piece that outlines techniques and technologies that can be used to build Web services and Web service clients to interact asynchronously using JMS in a service-oriented architecture. In this article, we will build a framework that can be used to handle SOAP messages asynchronously across an HTTP-based network.
17 Feb 2003
AppNote Tool: Example Sample Code for J2EE Series
Sample Code: Building a J2EE application
30 Sep 1999
Managing Multiple Users Requesting Access to NDS over an HTTP Connection
Servlet and Java Bean technology make the difference in solving this problem.
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