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15 Mar 2010
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Design Priniciples for Thread-based Systems [22914]
Thread Safety Policy Helps Simplify Design of Applications

A java.net article discusses design principles to follow when the objective is to build an efficient, thread-safe application. In the article "Rethinking Multi-Threaded Design Principles" Dibyendu Roy asserts that careful design and adherence to a well thought out underlying policy is essential for productive thread-based systems.
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11 Mar 2010
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Use the Deployment Toolkit for Successful Applet Launches Across Mixed Environments [22891]
Sun Developer Network Piece Presents Six Scenarios

The browser-based applications that present the kinds of engrossing user interfaces (UIs) and content previously found only in desktop applications -- otherwise known as Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) -- are becoming increasingly popular with developers, writes Sun Developer Network staffer Ed Ort, in part because of the ubiquity of the Internet and also because of the improved uniformity in the way different browsers handle RIAs.
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24 Feb 2010
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Exploring Web Service Simulation [22858]
Java Tech Article Looks at Designing It Using Servlets

In a java.net technical article, Adhir Mehta proposes using servlets to assist developers in maintaining their web service based assignments. He offers an algorithm to generate a file name using the input message, and then demonstrates how to use it in a configurable manner so there isn't a need to write any java code.
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09 Feb 2010
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Outline for a Proof of Concept for a Simple Storage Service [22781]
Some First Steps for Budding Storage Service Vendors

"Proof of Concept for a Simple Storage Service," an article by Carol Zhang and Case Cao on the Sun Developer Network, briefly introduces the components that make up a storage service, describes in detail how to use Apache web server to set up a proof of concept (PoC) for a simple storage service, and touches on issues affecting storage service in the real world.
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13 Jan 2010
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Handling Application State Changes in a Database [22696]
Sometimes Oracle Database Just Does It Better than SQL

Handling application changes of state is a capability that Oracle Database outshines SQL at, contends Bruce Hopkins in his Sun Developer Network article "Creating High-Performance Database Applications with Java Triggers and the Oracle Database." What Hopkins offers here is a means for developers to completely eliminate the necessity for polling databases for state changes by using Java triggers in the Oracle database that handle state changes by themselves.
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25 Nov 2009
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Enabling IP, Resource, Environment-Based Authentication With OpenSSO [22584]
Learn How to Define Customized Polices and Improve User Experience

Learn how to configure the OpenSSO server and its Policy Agents to use IP/Resource/Environment-based authentication for a flexible mechanism that can define customized policies and improve user experience for access control. The three-part article series hosted on the Sun Developer Network comes from the minds of Qingwen Cheng, Mrudul Uchil and Rick Palkovic. The series explain the resource authentication architecture and information flow of OpenSSO components, and presents five use cases for enterprise/corporate SSO and federated SSO deployments.
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