client applications

 

How do I?...

 

 

Deploy and administer client applications

  Deploy client applications on Windows operating systems
  Run J2EE client applications
  Troubleshoot client applications
 

 

Secure client applications

  Perform SSL client certificate authentication
  Perform CSIv2 and SAS client configuration
  Configure SSL for Web client authentication
  Configure Java 2 security client.policy files
 

 

Install client applications

  Install client applications
 

 

Develop client applications - basics

  Decide on a type of client application
  Develop J2EE client applications
  Develop pluggable client applications
  Develop thin client applications
  Develop ActiveX client applications
  Troubleshoot client applications
 

 

Develop client applications - additional aspects

  Obtain internationalization contexts in clients
  Use the internationalization service
  Involve your clients in transactions
  Use the name space
  Pass client information to a database
  Have J2EE client applications access databases directly
 

 

Develop other kinds of clients

  Develop Web services clients
  Develop JMS clients
 

 

Migrate client applications

  Migrate client applications
 

 

Assemble client applications

  Assemble client applications
  Configuring resources for client applications
  Configuring database resources, in particular

 

Conceptual overviews

Documentation Introduction: Client modules

 

Tutorials

Tutorials are not available at this time.

 

Samples

The Samples Gallery and the Client Samples Gallery offer the following client related Samples. Their availability varies by operating system. In general, Applet clients and ActiveX to EJB Bridge clients are not available on Unix and Linux operating systems.

  • Basic Calculator Client

    A basic calculator application that performs addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, using the BasicCalculator stateless session bean.

  • Client Samples in the Samples Gallery

    • Plants by WebSphere Catalog Manager, as:

      • a J2EE application client
      • an ActiveX to EJB Bridge client

    • Client Technology Samples

      • J2EE application client

        • Basic Calculator Client
        • Class Loader
        • Launch API

      • Java thin client

        • Basic Calculator Client

      • Applet client

        • Basic Calculator Client

      • ActiveX to EJB Bridge client

        • Basic Calculator Client

    • ActiveX to EJB Bridge

      • XJB Examples

  • Client Samples in the Client Samples Gallery

    The Client Samples Gallery demonstrates the following clients.

    • J2EE application client
    • Java thin client
    • Applet client
    • ActiveX to EJB Bridge client

 



 

 

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