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Java EE 5 Development, Deployment, and Administration

Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) is the industry standard for developing portable, robust, scalable, and secure server-side Java applications. Built on the solid foundation of Java SE, Java EE provides web services, component model, management, and communications APIs for implementing enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA). This area is dedicated to the support of the Java EE 5 in forthcoming versions of SAP NetWeaver.

Getting Started

Download SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.1 - Sneak Preview   (Java EE only version)

Download SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment - Sneak Preview Java EE only version! Develop, model, and design Java and composite applications with the powerful, Eclipse 3.2-based SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio. Develop, run, and manage powerful Java applications on a solid and scalable Java EE 5 infrastructure. For SAP Netweaver Developer Studio please use the newest SAP JVM or Sun jdk1.5.0_12 or higher (SAP NetWeaver CE 7.1 SP1, 1.3 GB) . You may also download the full version with composition tools.


What's in the SAP NetWeaver Application Server, Java EE 5 Edition

With SAP NetWeaver AS, Java EE 5 Edition, you can develop Java EE applications based on the new Java EE 5 standard as well as migrate existing J2EE applications. Learn more about the standards and brand-new technologies supported by this edition.

Get Hands-On Experience with the Newest Java Standard

In this SAP Insider article, SAP NetWeaver Project Manager Karl Kessler highlights characteristics of the new Java EE 5 standard and discusses the impact of SAP's early adoption of the new specification in its own application server.

Application Server's Robustness and High Availability

Learn how the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), advanced session failover safety, and advanced debugging translate to server robustness, supportability, and usability of SAP NetWeaver AS.

SAP NetWeaver Application Server - Reloaded

Oliver Schmidt of the SAP Platform Ecosystem Market Development Engineering (MDE) team shares some great tips for installing and operating SAP NetWeaver AS, Java EE 5 Edition - an update to his popular blog on the J2EE Preview tips.

Java EE 5 At a Glance

Find more information about Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 5.

Development and Deployment

Getting Started with Development and Deployment

Developing Your First Java EE 5 Application

Working on this tutorial you will develop the Converter application, a simple Java EE 5 application comprising a stateless session bean and a JSP. With the help of the SAP NetWeaver Developer tools for Java EE 5 development, as well as its seamless integration with the underlying application server, you can develop and run the Converter application in 10 minutes.

Developing Java EE 5 Applications from Scratch  

Get familiar with the whole development process for all application layers. Learn in detail how to develop persistent entities, define database connections, and implement EJB 3.0 and web components using the Java EE tools in SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio.

Developing a Real Java EE 5 Application

This documentation provides information about the architecture and the implementation of the Project Management and Employee Services application. Learn more about how to develop the persistent and business logic layers of a full-featured application based on the Education Data Model - a reference model for Java EE 5 samples and demos provided with the Developer Studio.

Deploying Applications

This paper describes how you deploy, manage and undeploy an application on AS Java.

More On Java EE 5 Development and Deployment

Java Messaging

This paper covers developing JMS applications and using message-driven beans in SAP NetWeaver AS.

Developing Portlets

Learn how to develop JSR-168-compliant portlet applications on the SAP NetWeaver AS, Java EE 5 Edition.

Working with Database Tables and DataSources

The purpose of this guide is to introduce you to the basics of working with database tables and deploying custom DataSources for your applications developed with the SAP NetWeaver AS, Java EE 5 Edition.

Getting Started with Java Persistence API and SAP JPA 1.0

A key feature of SAP NetWeaver Application Server, Java EE 5 Edition is the new Java Persistence API (JPA). The article gives an introduction to the fundamental concepts of JPA and illustrates the concepts by means of a small sample application.

Service Data Objects

SAP is one of the first vendors to implement the Service Data Objects (SDO) standard that greatly simplifies data programming for applications and frameworks. This version of SAP NetWeaver AS comes with a preview implementation of the SDO specification, version 2.1.

Accessing Enterprise JavaBeans Using JNDI in SAP NetWeaver Application Server, Java EE 5 Edition

This article provides a step-by-step guide for accessing Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) deployed in the SAP NetWeaver Application Server, Java  EE 5 Edition, from non-Java EE clients.

Basics of the Java Persistence API – Understanding the Entity Manager

Applications that use the new Java Persistence API (JPA) interact with the entity manager – the central interface of JPA – to store data in and retrieve data from a relational database. This article explains the purpose and usage of the different methods in the entity manager interface and elucidates the most fundamental ideas behind it.

Administration

Administration Guide

This guide describes the main tools for administering and configuring SAP NetWeaver AS, Java EE 5 Edition and the main configuration and administration tasks. It features comprehensive documentation about installing SAP NetWeaver Administrator, the new Web-based administration tool, and how to use it to perform advanced configuration and administration of the underlying runtime system.

SAP NetWeaver Scheduler for Java

The SAP NetWeaver Scheduler for Java is part of the standard SAP NetWeaver AS, Java EE 5 Edition, and is used to schedule Java applications to run as background jobs. This page introduces the scheduler and provides links to tutorials and other resources.

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