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More articles by Jeff Hanson

Author Bio
Jeff Hanson has more than 18 years of experience in the software industry. He has worked as senior engineer for the Windows OpenDoc port and as lead architect for the Route 66 framework at Novell. He is currently Chief Architect for eReinsure, which specializes in providing frameworks and platforms for J2EE-based reinsurance systems. Jeff has also authored numerous articles and books.
For Web Development Zone | April 17, 2007
Finally! The Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group has been working on an update to HTML that will solve some of the ongoing problems with HTML 4.
For Java Zone | January 22, 2007
Apache Geronimo is a general runtime execution environment and certified J2EE application server that you can configure to satisfy many different infrastructure requirements.
For Enterprise Zone | December 12, 2006
Google OneBox for Enterprise is an API from the Google Search Appliance suite that uses well-tested aspects of Google's search technologies to serve intelligent, real-time information from enterprise systems.
For Java Zone | July 19, 2006
Using Sun Java System RFID, you can build a highly customized Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) application or service that meets your specific needs.
For Java Zone | June 1, 2006
By building a classloading component container framework that isolates Java class loading to a specified jar file, you can be confident that the runtime will load the component versions you expect.
For Enterprise Zone | April 4, 2006
Using RFID Anywhere, you can build a highly customized Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) application or service that meets your specific needs.
For Enterprise Zone | April 3, 2006
RFID gives computers the capability to track not only what but also where an item or person is. Here's what you need to know to understand the technology so you can develop solutions that rely on RFID data.
For Java Zone | September 20, 2005
What happens when neither the default WSDL type system nor the default encoding meet your application's needs? Don't worry, you can use custom data types and encoding formats in conjunction with Java to solve the problem.
For Java Zone | August 3, 2005
Many organizations have now implemented solutions based on the promise of Web services, exposing those services over the Internet to enjoy maximum exposure—which then leaves them with the dilemma of securing their services to protect data and other resources. Find out how to use Java and Apache's Web Services Security for Java (WSS4J) framework to secure your Web services.
For XML Zone | July 20, 2005
XML is a text format, and as such, provides no wire security by itself; however, using standard Java encryption techniques, you can transmit and receive XML securely.
For Java Zone | May 17, 2005
Using the open source Mule project, you can build a highly customized Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) that meets your specific needs.
For Java Zone | April 11, 2005
By refactoring your mainframe applications into Web services, you separate presentation from logic, and gain the ability to reuse mainframe data in Web applications. The second part of this two-part article completes the refactoring by showing you how to build a browser front-end that uses the XMLHttpRequest object to query the mainframe services exposed through the new Web interface described in Part 1.
For Java Zone | March 11, 2005
By refactoring your mainframe applications into Web services you separate presentation from logic, and gain the ability to reuse mainframe data in Web applications. This two-part article describes the complete process.
For Java Zone | January 5, 2005
The 'impedance mismatch' between relational databases' tabular orientation and object-oriented Java's hierarchical one is a perennial problem for which the Java world has several good solution offerings. The third in a three-part series, this article examines the ways that JDO attempts to simplify the chore of connecting relational databases and the Java programming language.
For Java Zone | December 8, 2004
The 'impedance mismatch' between relational databases' tabular orientation and object-oriented Java's hierarchical one is a perennial problem for which the Java world has several good solution offerings. The second in a three-part series, this article examines the ways that the Hibernate framework attempts to simplify the chore of connecting relational databases and the Java programming language.
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