Pro (IBM) WebSphere Application Server 7 Internals

Pro (IBM) WebSphere Application Server 7 Internals

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Pro (IBM) WebSphere Application Server 7 Internals covers the internal architecture and implementation of the WebSphere Application Server (WAS) version 7 product set and how other IBM products extend it. It presents information to enable administrators, developers, and architects to learn about the aspects of WAS that apply to them: Administrators will come to understand how the WAS7 environment functions to best optimize it for their environment, and what to do when things go wrong. Developers will learn to extend the functionality in the base WAS product. Architects will see how the WAS product underpins the IBM offerings to fit in an enterprise. What youa€™ll learn Explore the internal architecture that makes up a modern higha€“end application server and how other products extend it to provide additional functionality. Implement, deploy, and serve Java EE 5 and other enterprise Java applications. See how the environment all fits together so you can make the best use of the WebSphere Application Server services. Explore how all this works with simple, important code examples. Troubleshoot problems when the inevitable crisis occurs. Who this book is for Java architects wanting to understand how a modern application server works Java developers targeting the JEE and the WAS7 implementation in particular WAS7 administrators wanting to understand how to optimize the environment for their application behavior and what underpins the errors in the logs when things do go wrong Software architecture students learning how modern system software is architected and implemented Table of Contents WAS Architecture Outline from 50, 000 Feet The IBM J9 Java Virtual Machine for Java 6 Eclipse/OSGi Runtime Underlying WAS Runtime The EJB Container The Web Container Web Services Service Integration Bus High Availability Load Balancing and Scalability Configuration Related ProductsIn the start method, the LTCUOIilCallback class createUserTransactionCallback method is called to start a unit ofwork. ... This is a dependent component for the TxService transaction service but is onlyloosely related. ... The key to the RecoveryManager is the handleTranRecord method. ... If reconstruction fails, the recoverable units are removed. ... It examined how it works through a lMS-like mechanism with an agent and a bulletin board handling subjects to which posts are made, anbsp;...

Title:Pro (IBM) WebSphere Application Server 7 Internals
Author:Colin Renouf
Publisher:Apress - 2009-06-29


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