This week on ONJava.com, Java Data Objects expert David Jordan chimes in with his perspective on Exolab's Castor JDO product and how it does not support the JDO standard. So why does Exolab use the JDO name? Its use causes confusion in the marketplace, and may be in violation of Sun's Java trademark. What do you think? Feel free to chime in yourself in the Talk-Back at the end of this article.
Also this week, Satya Komatineni shows how to improve your career with the Apache Jakarta Tomcat container. Specifically, he shows how an RDMS staff can easily be trained to develop Web-based Java applications with Tomcat and Aspire.
And finally, ONJava.com hosts the last in a series of book excerpts on using tiles from "Programming Jakarta Struts." In this excerpt, learn how to declare tile definitions as well as how to support internationalization for tiles.
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"Castor JDO": Simply False Advertising
This expert perspective lays it on the line. Exolab's Castor JDO product does not support the JDO standard. The use of the acronym is causing confusion in the marketplace, and flirts with a violation of Sun's Java trademark.
Improve Your Career with Tomcat and Aspire
RDMS staff can be easily trained to develop Web-based Java apps with Tomcat and Aspire. This article tells how.
Programming Jakarta Struts: Using Tiles, Part 4
We conclude this book excerpt series on using tiles from "Programming Jakarta Struts" by showing you how to use definitions. You'll also find coverage on support for internationalization of tiles.
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