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Fundamental SGML construct used by both HTML and XML.
In this context, computing solutions where client-side applications are executed on a server as opposed to the client, la Microsoft s Windows 2000 Terminal Server.
The latest version of SSL.
Technical information about a [Web] service maintained in a UDDI Registry.
Apache s highly acclaimed, open -source Java servlet server.
Something that masquerades as another in order to intercept transmissions meant for others.
Scheme whereby users have to identify themselves using two unique factors: one that they know (e.g., PIN) and the other being something they physically possess (e.g., a magnetic stripe card).
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Web Services[c] Theory and Practice
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Reading Resources from JAR Files
Specifying Width with FieldPosition
Project Management JumpStart
Building the Foundation
Breaking Down the Project Activities
Planning and Acquiring Resources
Controlling the Project Outcome
Appendix B Sample Project Management Forms
ERP and Data Warehousing in Organizations: Issues and Challenges
Challenging the Unpredictable: Changeable Order Management Systems
The Effects of an Enterprise Resource Planning System (ERP) Implementation on Job Characteristics – A Study using the Hackman and Oldham Job Characteristics Model
Context Management of ERP Processes in Virtual Communities
A Hybrid Clustering Technique to Improve Patient Data Quality
Relevance and Micro-Relevance for the Professional as Determinants of IT-Diffusion and IT-Use in Healthcare
Documenting Software Architectures: Views and Beyond
Data Flow and Control Flow
Professional Struts Applications: Building Web Sites with Struts ObjectRelational Bridge, Lucene, and Velocity (Experts Voice)
Creating a Struts-based MVC Application
Form Presentation and Validation with Struts
Templates and Velocity
Creating a Search Engine with Lucene
Building the JavaEdge Application with Ant and Anthill
Special Edition Using FileMaker 8
Advanced Interface Techniques
Exporting Related Fields
Deploying to Handheld Devices
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