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by Austin Sincock


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Austin Sincock provides step-by-step real-world examples for developing Enterprise Java applications on SAP. His is the first title that uses open-source software to help developers learn and use Java for SAP.

After providing a general introduction to Java, author Austin Sincock explores how to open the typically closed SAP environment to the world of Java. Utilizing SAP's Java. It seems that you're in Russian Federation. We have a dedicated site for Russian Federation.

Java Primer for SAP" is designed as an introduction to Enterprise Java for the SAP developer. After providing a general introduction to Java, author Austin Sincock explores how to open the typically closed SAP environment to the world of Java

Java Primer for SAP" is designed as an introduction to Enterprise Java for the SAP developer. After providing a general introduction to Java, author Austin Sincock explores how to open the typically closed SAP environment to the world of Java. Sincock explores communicating with a SAP environment through such Enterprise Java technologies as JavaServer Pages (JSP), JDBC, and Enterprise Java Beans (EJB). Where possible, open source technologies are explored for the Java connections pieces-atypical for the SAP environment where everything is proprietary

Provides a complete look at SAP's Java connector, JCo. Demonstrates graphical application development for SAP using Java's Swing libraries. Shows how to deploy and build Java applications on the Tomcat Java application server.

Enterprise Java for SAP book.

Shows how to deploy and build Java applications on the Tomcat Java application server.

This repository accompanies Enterprise Java for SAP by Austin Sincock (Apress, 2003). Download the files as a zip using the green button, or clone the repository to your machine using Git. Releases. Release v. corresponds to the code in the published book, without corrections or updates. See the file Contributing. md for more information on how you can contribute to this repository. Utilizing SAP's Java connector, JCo, Sincock details an end-to-end web application that connects directly to SAP, including the deployment and implementation of both a web server and an external database.

Enterprise Java for SAP is designed as an introduction to the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise .

Utilizing SAP's Java connector, JCo, Sincock details an end-to-end web application that connects directly to SAP, including the deployment and implementation of both a web server and an external database. He explores communicating with an SAP environment through such Java and J2EE technologies as JavaServer Pages (JSP) and the Java Standard Tag Library, and database connectivity through JDBC. Wherever possible, open-source technologies are employed to enable flexible Java connectivity to SAP-atypical for the SAP environment, in which tools are often proprietary.

Austin Sincock provides step-by-step real-world examples for developing Enterprise Java applications on SAP. His is the firsttitle that uses open-source software to help developers learn and use Java for SAP.

Bridges the gap between SAP’s language ABAP and object-oriented Java

Provides a complete look at SAP’s Java connector, JCo

Demonstrates graphical application development for SAP using Java’s Swing libraries

Shows how to deploy and build Java applications on the Tomcat Java application server

Teaches how to deploy the Java-based HypersonicSQL database, use SQL to populate the database, and tie the external database into an SAP system with Java


Comments: (6)

Vit
I am the author of Enterprise Java for SAP and would like to clarify a few points about the text. I have noticed that several reviewers were dissatisfied with the book due to the introductory treatment of Java and JCo. I would like to stress to all current and potential readers that this is a book written for the SAP developer, specifically someone well-versed in ABAP but who has had little to no exposure to Java programming.

The world of SAP development tends to be somewhat insular, with the bulk of commonly used tools provided explicitly within the SAP suite (ABAP Workbench, Menu Painter, Screen Painter, etc.). In my experience, many strict SAP developers have never been exposed to open source development technologies and struggle to gain entry into that world. The specific "open source" focus of this book is intended to demonstrate how these technologies can be used within an SAP environment.

If you are an SAP developer with an interest in broadening your development skills, I would definitely recommend checking out my book. If you are an experienced Java developer looking for an SAP JCo reference, I would pass on this book and check out the various articles and postings available on the Web. A good place to start is SearchSAP.com, where I have posted a number of articles and expert advice on the targeted use of connecting Java applications to SAP via SAP's Java connector, JCo. I also welcome questions/comments via email at austin at opensourceguru dot com.
Zainian
As an INTRODUCTION to SAP development using Java, this book has no equal. Its plain language makes it simple to learn this complex topic. Both subjects, SAP and Java, are too extensive to be covered by a single book though; so, don't consider this will be your only source of information. However, if you need to write either SAP interfaces or external applications using JCo, you won't find better resource than this one out there to kick off your development tasks.
Akirg
This book was such a waste of money!

I don't want to read about general, simple concepts regarding Java on SAP that I can easilly read in either the SAP Java documentation or any standard doc for different related products.

When one buys a book like this you would expect to get some information out of it that would be hard to find or put together from other sources. Not reworked text from standard sources discussing the MVC pattern or Struts.

The only audience that could have any, even minor, benefit of this book is the SAP developer who hasn't heard about OO or Java before and just wants to quickly understand some of the basic concepts (without any specific details).
Kalrajas
It seems that the ratio of bad SAP books to good ones is about 99 to 1. This book, from a publisher who usually produces quality books, is of little use to a Java programmer, who could learn as much from the JCO sample code, and of no use to the ABAP programmer who will only get into deep trouble fast. After a terrible discussion of the JCO library, the author then moves on to a bad discussion of the Jakarta Struts framework, which is a book by itself. Save the money, people.
Yndanol
This book spends the bulk of its content addressing basic and well documented java and web application concepts rather than the SAP JCo. The book also spent way too much time on the treatment of open source internet technologies.

There is more sample code and documentation provided for plain old Java programming than for SAP specific Java issues and concepts. The samples that are there are also overly simplistic.
Zinnthi
I have to say that I completely disagree with the prior review. I found this book to be both helpful and insightful. Not to mention, it was actually enjoyable to read. APress continues to publish some great texts.
Enterprise Java for SAP download epub
Hardware & DIY
Author: Austin Sincock
ISBN: 1590590988
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Hardware & DIY
Language: English
Publisher: Apress; 1st ed. edition (July 25, 2003)
Pages: 336 pages