Component Based Technology

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Wiley India Pvt. Limited, 2008 - Strategic planning - 472 pages
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Market_Desc: · Undergraduate Students in IT and CSE Courses· BSC (CT) Students· MCA Students of Autonomous Colleges · BE (IT) Students · Software Architects· System Integrators · Internet Solution Developers· Consultants

Special Features: · This is a unique book integrating concepts of CORBA, DCOM and EJB. It eliminates the need to refer separate book on these topics. · Comprehensive question bank at the end of each chapter and after each section.· Fully solved Model Question Papers.· Chapter 12 totally devoted to programming examples.· Provides in depth knowledge of component technology and different Distributed Object Technologies namely RMI, RMI/IIOP, CORBA and DCOM and component models like JavaBeans, CCM, .NET and EJB.· A separate chapter on introduction to Service-Oriented Architecture.

About The Book: Component software technology deals with the idea of breaking large, complex software applications into a series of pre-built and easily developed, understood, and changeable software modules. This facilitates cheap and quick delivery of software solutions through reuse. The goal of this book is to introduce the concept of distributed components and how they work. This book brings together the major object models used in distributed computing - RMI, CORBA, DCOM and EJB. It also describes the principles of component technology and how it can be applied to enterprise systems. This book is beneficial for all IT Professionals and students who are interested in gaining extensive information about distributed object systems and component technology.

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