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04/07/2008 Defending Against the Cross-Site Scripting Attack Gold Club Protected
Mike Rothman reports: Cross-site scripting is a nasty attack that is relatively easy to spot but hard to stop...and more pervasive than ever.
11/20/2007 Extreme Enterprise Makeover: Open Source Edition  
What was traditionally viewed as developer and infrastructure tools has quickly infiltrated the enterprise environment.
03/28/2006 The Blood Brain Barrier  
With services eroding the silos demarcating internal applications from one another, not to mention the outside world, it's difficult to delineate where the system admin's responsibility leaves off and the developer or process owner kicks in.
03/31/2004 A Heaping Helping Of Help With Your J2EE Plate  
ebizQ dismissed the notion that too many cooks spoil the broth and instead invited three experts to impart their wisdom in a webinar, summarized here, about all aspects of J2EE: its benefits, potential pitfalls, and best practices surrounding its use:
03/24/2004 The High Points Of WebSphere 5.0  
Its new features promise significant payback for enterprises. And in an ebizQ webinar, summarized here, Candle Corp.�s Warren Macek details what WAS 5.0 has to offer, and runs down best practices for assuring its peak performance:
02/23/2004 Optimizing WebSphere V5 Gold Club Protected
Knowing the ins-and-outs of any technology can vastly improve the satisfaction you get from it. And Candle Corp. serves up a heaping helping of just such in-depth knowledge of the latest version of IBM�s WebSphere App Server, V5, in the current issue of Candle�s WebSphere Insider newsletter:
01/12/2004 Making Mainframe Transactions Into Secure Web Services  
The challenge? Gaining agility by accessing critical business processes and data from anywhere in the enterprise, by extending host transactions to off-host applications as fully standard and secure Web services. The answer? IONAs Jody Hunt gave it in a recent ebizQ webinar, outlined here:
05/13/2002 Peer-to-Peer Computing and Business Networks: More Than Meets the Ear Gold Club Protected
P2P is much more than college kids downloading and sharing music files. It's a movement to change the fundamental way the Internet is organized, returning it to its peer-to-peer roots. This white paper, from Mike Ellsworth of CTOMentor, examines exactly what P2P means and how it can be used in business. It also looks at the competitive market issues involved and some of the problems facing P2P:
04/08/2002 Application Architecture, Design Patterns and J2EE  
Design patterns have long been considered solutions looking for problems. With the mainstream adoption of J2EE, however, they may have found their problems to solve, says Wakesoft CTO Walter Hurst. In this article, he explains how a combination of object-oriented and Java design patterns can enable a developer to create a robust, scalable and future-proof application architecture:
03/25/2002 Using Java Technology to Integrate Your Enterprise Applications  
So you've got a new Java deployment and a bunch of legacy systems that need to be integrated with it. Ed Roman of The Middleware Company looks at the various technologies available for Java-to-legacy integration:
03/04/2002 Extending Your Business Across Multiple Channels  
Employees and customers are using more than just the Web browser and e-mail to communicate with e-business systems these days. Now you may be asked to add support for everything from wireless PDAs to pagers to voice. In this article, Gene Willingham of Cysive explains what's involved in adding multichannel support:
02/18/2002 Web Services: The Third Way  
Web services standards represent a third option to the Java vs. Microsoft platform choice faced by application developers, argues Annrai O'Toole of Cape Clear. In fact, he says, Web services are redefining the very economics and technology of integration:
07/31/2000 HTML and Java Developers Unite: How to Create a Harmonious Web Site Using HTML, Java Server Pages and XML  
Java Server Pages (JSP), application servers, XML and HTML are technologies that Web-commerce developers need to know rather well. Unfortunately, JSP, particularly in relation to app servers, remains poorly understood in the developer community. This white paper from application server vendor Bluestone Software Inc. looks at JSP technology as well as its own offerings in the field. [Editor's Note: This vintage ebizQ content remains available to readers, but it has not been updated.]

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