Java and XSLT (O'Reilly Java) Java and Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) are very different
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Java: The Complete Reference, Ninth Edition
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The Definitive Java Programming Guide
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J2EE Security for Servlets, EJBs, and Web Services
J2EE developers have an extraordinary array of powerful options for securing their Web services, Web applications, EJB components and RMI objects. Now, expert Java architect Pankaj Kumar helps developers make sense of Java's increasingly rich security APIs, tools, patterns, and best practices-showing how to use each of them in the right place,...
Java Servlet Programming A few years ago, the hype surrounding applets put Java on the map as a programming language for the Web. Today, Java servlets stand poised to take Java to the next level as a Web development language. The main reason is that servlets offer a fast, powerful, portable replacement for CGI scripts.
The Java Servlet API, introduced as the...
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