Java for ColdFusion Developers
By Eben  Hewitt
Publisher : Prentice Hall PTR
Pub Date : January 07, 2003
ISBN : 0-13-046180-6 Copyright
      Chapter 1.   Introduction
        Section 1.1.   Why Java for ColdFusion Developers ?
        Section 1.2.   Who This Book Is For
        Section 1.3.   What This Book Is Not
        Section 1.4.   Overview of Book Sections
      Chapter 2.   Java Jump Start
        Section 2.1.   The New ColdFusion Architecture
        Section 2.2.   Benefits of Moving to the Java Technology Platform
        Section 2.3.   The Java Platform
        Section 2.4.   Gathering Your Tools
        Section 2.5.   Anatomy of a Simple Java Program
        Section 2.6.   Understanding the API
        Section 2.7.   Exercise 1: Download and Install the SDK
        Section 2.8.   Exercise 2: Using the API Documentation
      Chapter 3.   Java Data Structures
        Section 3.1.   Binary Overview
        Section 3.2.   Data Types in ColdFusion
        Section 3.3.   Data Types in Java
        Section 3.4.   Primitive Data Types
        Section 3.5.   Variable Assignment and Initialization
        Section 3.6.   Operators
        Section 3.7.   Overflow
        Section 3.8.   Operator Precedence
        Section 3.9.   Casts and Conversions
        Section 3.10.   Java Standard Classes
        Section 3.11.   What's Next
      Chapter 4.   Programming Structures
        Section 4.1.   Wrapper Classes
        Section 4.2.   Strings
        Section 4.3.   Loops
        Section 4.4.   Arrays
        Section 4.5.   Conditional Logic
        Section 4.6.   Example Program:
        Section 4.7.   Example Program: Debt Calculator
        Section 4.8.   Command Line Input
        Section 4.9.   Using Methods: Toward Object-Oriented Programming
        Section 4.10.   Visibility
        Section 4.11.   Composition of the main Method
        Section 4.12.   What's Next?
      Chapter 5.   Object-OrientedApplication Design
        Section 5.1.   Objects
        Section 5.2.   Why Software Projects Fail
        Section 5.3.   Software Development Processes
        Section 5.4.   Case Study: Bookstore
        Section 5.5.   Introduction to OOAD
        Section 5.6.   Use Cases
        Section 5.7.   Creating UML Diagrams
        Section 5.8.   Class Diagrams
        Section 5.9.   User Scenarios and Use-Case Diagrams
        Section 5.10.   Collaboration Diagrams
        Section 5.11.   Sequence Diagrams
        Section 5.12.   Package Diagrams
        Section 5.13.   Encapsulation
        Section 5.14.   Inheritance
        Section 5.15.   Software and Hollywood Movies
        Section 5.16.   What's Next?
      Chapter 6.   IDEs
        Section 6.1.   Macromedia Editor Changes and Java IDEs
        Section 6.2.   Projects
        Section 6.3.   Dreamweaver MX
        Section 6.4.   Sun ONE Studio 3 (Forte for Java)
        Section 6.5.   JBuilder
        Section 6.6.   IntelliJ IDEA
        Section 6.7.   Putting Your IDE to Work
        Section 6.8.   What's Next
      Chapter 7.   Objects and Classes
        Section 7.1.   Packages
        Section 7.2.   Documentation with JavaDoc
        Section 7.3.   Field Defaults and Field Initializers
        Section 7.4.   Polymorphism
        Section 7.5.   Constructors
        Section 7.6.   static Methods
        Section 7.7.   The this Reference
        Section 7.8.   Stack and Heap Memory
        Section 7.9.   Putting Things Together
        Section 7.10.   What's Next
      Chapter 8.   Exceptions
        Section 8.1.   Exceptions
        Section 8.2.   What's Next
      Chapter 9.   Advanced Object-Oriented Concepts
        Section 9.1.   Inner Classes
        Section 9.2.   Inheritance
        Section 9.3.   Abstract Classes and Abstract Methods
        Section 9.4.   Interfaces
        Section 9.5.   final
        Section 9.6.   Reflection
        Section 9.7.   What's Next?
      Chapter 10.   Extending ColdFusion with Java
        Section 10.1.   Configure ColdFusion Server Settings for Java
        Section 10.2.   Using <cfobject>
        Section 10.3.   CFX Custom Tags
        Section 10.4.   Applets
        Section 10.5.   Using Applets with <cfapplet>
        Section 10.6.   Working with Browsers and the Java Plugin
        Section 10.7.   Swing and AWT
        Section 10.8.   What's Next?
      Chapter 11.   Collections and Regular Expressions
        Section 11.1.   Synchronization and <cflock>
        Section 11.2.   ColdFusion Structures
        Section 11.3.   Collections Overview
        Section 11.4.   General Collections Methods
        Section 11.5.   Collection s Interfaces
        Section 11.6.   Collection Classes
        Section 11.7.   Lists
        Section 11.8.   Sets
        Section 11.9.   Map s
        Section 11.10.   Using Regular Expressions
        Section 11.11.   What's Next
      Chapter 12.   JDBC
        Section 12.1.   Using JDBC
        Section 12.2.   Metadata
        Section 12.3.   Transactions
        Section 12.4.   Stored Procedures
        Section 12.5.   Example GUI Application: Database Query Viewer
        Section 12.6.   What's Next
      Chapter 13.   Servlets and CFMX/J2EE Integration
        Section 13.1.   Using Java Technology to Create Web Sites
        Section 13.2.   Compare ColdFusion and Java Web Technologies
        Section 13.3.   ColdFusion MX J2EE Capabilities
        Section 13.4.   Java Web Servers
        Section 13.5.   Installing Tomcat
        Section 13.6.   Configuring JSP Web Applications
        Section 13.7.   Creating a Tomcat Web Application Manually
        Section 13.8.   Servlets
        Section 13.9.   A Database-Driven Authentication Servlet
        Section 13.10.   ColdFusion MX and J2EE Integration
        Section 13.11.   Configuring MySQL Database Server
        Section 13.12.   What's Next?
      Chapter 14.   JavaServer Pages
        Section 14.1.   Overview of JSP
        Section 14.2.   Scripting Elements
        Section 14.3.   Directives
        Section 14.4.   Actions
        Section 14.5.   Model-View-Controller
        Section 14.6.   Implicit Objects
        Section 14.7.   Error Pages
        Section 14.8.   JavaBeans
        Section 14.9.   Sample Bean Application: Writing Dynamic XML
        Section 14.10.   What's Next?
      Chapter 15.   JSP Custom Tags
        Section 15.1.   Getting Started with Custom Tags
        Section 15.2.   Writing a Simple Custom Tag
        Section 15.3.   Importing a JSP Library in CFMX
        Section 15.4.   Working with the JSTL
        Section 15.5.   The web.xml File
        Section 15.6.   JSP Satellite Developments
        Section 15.7.   What's Next?
      Chapter 16.   J2EE Case Study: An E-commerce Site
        Section 16.1.   Application Overview
        Section 16.2.   Database
        Section 16.3.   Setup
        Section 16.4.   Root Application Files
        Section 16.5.   Styles
        Section 16.6.   WEB-INF
        Section 16.7.   WEB-INF/classes/com/cybertrails/store
        Section 16.8.   WEB-INF/classes/com/cybertrails/store/beans
        Section 16.9.   WEB-INF/classes/com/cybertrails/store/tags
        Section 16.10.   WEB-INF/classes/com/cybertrails/admin
        Section 16.11.   WEB-INF/lib
        Section 16.12.   WEB-INF/jstl10
        Section 16.13.   What's Next?
      Appendix A.   JSP 1.2 Reference
        Section A.1.   Comments
        Section A.2.   Directives
        Section A.3.   Standard Actions
      Appendix B.   API Reference
        Section B.1.   javax.servlet Interfaces, Classes, and Exceptions
        Section B.2.   JSP API for javax.servlet.jsp and java.servlet.jsp. tagext
        Section B.3.   javax.servlet
        Section B.4.   javax.servlet.http Interfaces and Classes
      Appendix C.   Glossary of Terms
      Appendix D.   Java Bookmarks
        Section D.1.   General Java
        Section D.2.   JSP and Servlets
      Appendix E.   Quick Reference
        Section E.1.   Checking Environment Variables
        Section E.2.   Setting CLASSPATH
        Section E.3.   Setting JAVA_HOME
        Section E.4.   Setting the PATH
        Section E.5.   Checking Current Version
        Section E.6.   Compiling and Running Programs
        Section E.7.   Primitive Data Types
        Section E.8.   Declaring and Initializing Variables
        Section E.9.   Class Definition
        Section E.10.   Constructors
        Section E.11.   Declaring Methods
        Section E.12.   Calling Methods
        Section E.13.   Overloading Methods
        Section E.14.   Overriding Methods
        Section E.15.   package
        Section E.16.   import
        Section E.17.   Inheritance
        Section E.18.   Defining and Implementing an Interface
        Section E.19.   Exceptions
        Section E.20.   Creating a .jar File
        Section E.21.   Creating the Proper Directory Structure for a Web Application
        Section E.22.   The Simplest Possible web.xml File
        Section E.23.   Creating a .war File


Java for ColdFusion Developers
Java for ColdFusion Developers
ISBN: 0130461806
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 206
Authors: Eben Hewitt
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