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Enterprise Java and UML, Second Edition (OMG)

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    C. T. Arrington(Author) Syed H. Rayhan(Contributor)

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* The first book to show Java programmers how to utilize UML when building applications is now completely up-to-date with new coverage on UML 2.0, JCP UML to EJB Mappings, J2EE 1.4, and Web services * Breaks down common situations that a development team will most likely face in the field and discusses the tradeoffs of using different technologies in different combinations * Companion Web site includes the code for the full working sample application used in the book as well as third-party software

"[This book] delivers key knowledge that every programmer should be armed with."–Claude Duguay for– --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • By Thomas Paul on 27 November 2002

    Trying to develop a Java application without first developing a model can lead to a poorly designed application that fails to fulfill the needs of users, lacks reusability, and is difficult to maintain. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) was developed as an open standard notation to assist developers in modeling OO applications. As enterprise developers we are finding that we are expected to be able to design applications using UML, explain UML diagrams to our users, or be able to develop applications from UML diagrams. UML can be difficult and confusing to use and many of the books available fail to clearly explain the proper use of this development tool. "Enterprise Java with UML", by CT Arrington is an excellent introduction into the complexities of UML. Arrington takes us through the entire lifecycle of a sample EJB application (a timecard system) from requirements gathering to implementation. In alternating chapters he explains the use of UML (use cases, sequence diagrams, class diagrams, etc.) for that step in the development cycle and then uses what he just explained to develop the timecard system. Along the way we make technology decisions, develop our design, and ultimately convert our design into actual code. By the time we are done UML has become a new tool in our toolbox. Arrington has done a very good job explaining UML although some familiarity with UML notation (or at least a handy manual) would be helpful. This is a must have book for any Java developer wishing to learn UML.

  • By Thomas Paul on 23 June 2003

    This book takes you through the development of an application from proposal to implementation. In alternating chapters the authors explain the use of UML for a particular step in the development lifecycle and then demonstrate what they just explained to develop a sample timecard system. The best part of the book, which is not significantly different than the first edition, is the first half in which the authors discuss requirements gathering and object oriented analysis. The book is worth the price for this first part alone.The second half of the book has been expanded to discuss new J2EE technologies. The chapters on evaluating technologies are good as far as discussing how to evaluate technologies but the actual analysis is weak as they ignore candidate technologies such as Struts in favor of their own homegrown HTML production framework. They also fail to explain why EJBs are a better choice for their sample application than simply using Servlets/JSPs/JDBC. The final section on design gets bogged down with too many pages of code listings and not enough explanations for the code.Arrington and Rayhan have done a very good job explaining UML although some familiarity with UML notation (or at least a handy manual) would be helpful. If you already own the first edition then you can ignore this edition. If you don't own it then you will definitely want to read this book. This is a must have book for any Java architect/developer doing OOAD.

  • By Mr. S. P. Bracken on 24 August 2003

    I bought this book as I was asked to use the UML and Java in a project.It provides a structured approach for undertaking the analysis of pretty much any project using the UML and the design of Enterprise Java projects. The best feature is the accompanying CD with an application published via Rational Rose.All in all, a good book with a useful reference application.

  • By Simeon Simeonov on 2 April 2013

    Best book on UML with Enterprise Java and UML, Second Edition (OMG)I sujest anyone looking for experiance on UML to buy this book

  • By farishta on 13 November 2014

    Thank you

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