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@AccessTimeout annotation, 34.2.1.2
@Alternative annotation, 25.2
@ApplicationScoped annotation, 6.3.1.1, 16.1.1, 23.8
@AroundInvoke annotation, 54.1
@AroundTimeout annotation, 54.1
@Asynchronous annotation, 36.1.1
@ConcurrencyManagement annotation, 34.2.1.2
@Consumes annotation, 29.2.1, 29.2.5.2
@Context annotation, 31.1
@ConversationScoped annotation, 23.8
@CookieParam annotation, 31.1
@DeclareRoles annotation, 49.2.1.1, 49.2.1.1, 49.3.1.1
@Decorator annotation, 25.7
@Delegate annotation, 25.7
@DELETE annotation, 29.2.1, 29.2.4.1
@DenyAll annotation, 49.2.1.1
@Dependent annotation, 16.1.1, 23.8
@DependsOn annotation, 34.2.1.1
@DiscriminatorColumn annotation, 37.2.4.1
@DiscriminatorValue annotation, 37.2.4.1
@Disposes annotation, 25.3.3
@Embeddable annotation, 37.1.6
@EmbeddedId annotation, 37.1.3
@Entity annotation, 37.1.1
@FlowScoped annotation, 16.1.1
@FormParam annotation, 31.1, 31.1.3
@GET annotation, 29.2.1, 29.2.4.1
@GroupSequence annotation, 22.3.1
@HEAD annotation, 29.2.1
@HeaderParam annotation, 31.1
@HttpConstraint annotation, 48.2.1, 48.4.2.1
@HttpMethodConstraint annotation, 48.2.1, 48.4.2.1
@Id annotation, 37.1.3
@IdClass annotation, 37.1.3
@Inject annotation, 23.7, 25.4
@Interceptor annotation, 54.1.1
@Interceptors annotation, 54.1.1
@Local annotation, 32.4.2, 34.1.1
@Lock annotation, 34.2.1.2
@ManagedBean annotation, 8.3.1.1, 16.1
@ManyToMany annotation, 37.1.4, 37.1.5.1
@ManyToOne annotation, 37.1.4
@MatrixParam annotation, 31.1
@MessageDriven annotation, 46.7.1.3
@MultipartConfig annotation, 17.11.1
@Named annotation, 23.9
@NamedQuery annotation, 39.2
@Observes annotation, 25.5.2
@OnClose annotation, 18.4
@OnError annotation, 18.4
@OneToMany annotation, 37.1.4, 37.1.5.1, 37.1.5.4
@OneToOne annotation, 37.1.4, 37.1.5.1, 37.1.5.4
@OnMessage annotation, 18.4
@OnOpen annotation, 18.4
@Path annotation, 29.2.1, 29.2.3
@PathParam annotation, 29.2.1, 29.2.6, 31.1, 31.1.1
@PermitAll annotation, 49.2.1.1
@PersistenceContext annotation, 37.3.1.1
@PersistenceUnit annotation, 37.3.1.2
@POST annotation, 29.2.1, 29.2.4.1
@PostActivate annotation, 34.1.2, 34.1.2.1
@PostConstruct annotation, 32.7, 34.1.2, 34.1.2.1, 54.1
@PreDestroy annotation, 32.7, 34.1.2, 34.1.2.1, 54.1
@PrePassivate annotation, 34.1.2, 34.1.2.1
@Produces annotation, 23.12, 25.3, 29.2.1, 29.2.5.1
@Provider annotation, 29.2.1
@PUT annotation, 29.2.1, 29.2.4.1
@Qualifier annotation, 23.6
@QueryParam annotation, 29.2.1, 29.2.6, 31.1, 31.1.2
@Remote annotation, 32.4.2, 34.1.1
@Remove annotation, 32.7.1, 32.7.1, 34.1.2, 34.1.3
@RequestScoped annotation, 6.3.1.1, 16.1.1, 23.8
@Resource annotation, 3.1, 4.1, 6.5.4.1, 25.4
JMS resources, 45.3.1.1, 45.3.1.2, 46.6.2
@ResourceDependency annotation, 10.2.17, 13.10.2
@RolesAllowed annotation, 49.2.1.1, 49.3.1.1
@RunAs annotation, 49.2.3
@Schedule and @Schedules annotations, 34.4.3
@ServletSecurity annotation, 48.2.1, 48.4.2.1
@SessionScoped annotation, 6.3.1.1, 16.1.1, 23.8
@Singleton annotation, 34.2.1
@Startup annotation, 34.2.1.1
@Stateful annotation, 34.1.2
@Timeout annotation, 34.4.2
@Timeout method, 34.4.2.1, 34.4.4
@Transient annotation, 37.1.2.2
@WebFilter annotation, 17.6.1
@WebInitParam annotation, 17.4, 17.6.1
@WebListener annotation, 17.2.1.1
@WebMethod annotation, 34.1.2.2
@WebService annotation, 28.1
@WebServiceRef annotation, 6.5.4.2
@WebServlet annotation, 6.4.1, 17.4

A

abstract schemas, 39.1, 39.1
access control, 47.1.3
acknowledge method, 45.4.1
acknowledging messages. See message acknowledgment
action events, 7.4.4, 7.5, 10.2.5.2, 15.6
ActionEvent class, 15.6, 15.6.2
actionListener attribute, 10.2.5, 11.4, 11.4.2, 15.2.3
ActionListener implementation, 15.6, 15.6.2
ActionListener interface, 11.2.2
actionListener tag, 10.3, 11.2.2, 15.1.1
processAction(ActionEvent) method, 15.6.2
referencing methods that handle action events, 11.4.2, 12.3.2
writing a managed bean method to handle action events, 12.3.2
action method, 7.5
administered objects, 45.3.1
creating and removing, 46.2.2
definition, 45.2.1
See also connection factories, destinations
Administration Console, 1.9
starting, 2.3
afterBegin method, 51.3.3
afterCompletion method, 51.3.3
Ajax
error handling, 13.6
event attribute of f:ajax tag, 13.4.1
example, 13.11
execute attribute of f:ajax tag, 13.4.2
grouping components, 13.9
immediate attribute of f:ajax tag, 13.4.3
listener attribute of f:ajax tag, 13.4.4
loading JavaScript resource library, 13.10
monitoring events, 13.5
onerror attribute of f:ajax tag, 13.6
onevent attribute of f:ajax tag, 13.5
overview, 13.1
receiving responses, 13.7
render attribute of f:ajax tag, 13.7
request lifecycle, 13.8
sending requests, 13.4
using JavaScript API directly, 13.10.1
using with Facelets, 13.3
using with JavaServer Faces technology, 13
alternatives
CDI, 25.2
example, 26.1
annotations, 1
interceptor metadata, 54.1
JAX-RS, 29.2, 31.1
security, 47.3.1, 48.4.2.1, 49.2, 49.2.1.1
appclient tool, 1.9
applet container, 1.4.2
applets, 1.3.3.3, 1.3.4
application client container, 1.4.2
application clients, 1.3.3.2
examples, 46.6.2
securing, 50.5
application clients, JMS
building, 46.2.3
examples, 46.2
running, 46.2.6.2
applications
dynamic reloading, 6.3.4.1
JavaServer Faces, 7.1
packaging, 5.1
security, 47.2.2.1
undeploying, 6.3.5
asadmin tool, 1.9
asynchronous message consumption, 45.2.3
JMS client example, 46.2.6
See also message-driven beans
asynchronous method invocation
calling asynchronous business methods, 36.1.2
cancelling, 36.1.2.2
checking status, 36.1.2.3
creating asynchronous business methods, 36.1.1
example, 36.2
java.util.concurrent.Future<V> interface, 36.1
retrieving results, 36.1.2.1
session beans, 36
asynchronous send mechanism, 45.4.5
attributes referencing managed bean methods, 11.4
action attribute, 11.4, 11.4.1
actionListener attribute, 11.4, 11.4.2
validator attribute, 11.4, 11.4.3
valueChangeListener attribute, 11.4, 11.4.4
audit modules, pluggable, 47.4
auditing, 47.1.3
auth-constraint element, 48.2.1.2
authenticate method, 48.3.1
authenticating users, 48.2.2, 48.2.3
authentication, 47.1.3, 47.6
basic, 48.2.2.1
basic with EJB, 49.2.1.2
certificate-based mutual, 50.2.2
client, 50.2.1, 50.2.2.1
digest, 48.2.2.3
form-based, 48.2.2.2, 48.4.3
mutual, 50.2.2, 50.2.2.1
server, 50.2.1
user name/password-based mutual, 50.2.2
authorization, 47.1.3
authorization constraints, 48.2.1, 48.2.1.2
authorization providers, pluggable, 47.4
auto commit, 1.7.7
AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE mode, 45.4.1

B

basic authentication, 48.2.2.1
EJB, 49.2.1.2
example, 48.4.2
Batch Applications for the Java Platform, 1.7.21, 55
batch jobs
checking status, 55.6.2
defining, 55.3
definition, 55
elements, 55.2.3
instances and executions, 55.2.5
properties and parameters, 55.2.4
starting, 55.6.1
status, 55.2.6
steps, 55.1.1
submitting to batch runtime, 55.6
batch processing
context objects, 55.5.3
creating applications, 55.2.2
creating batch artifacts, 55.5
definition, 55
dependency injection, 55.5.2
examples, 55.8, 55.9
implementing chunk steps, 55.3.1
implementing task steps, 55.3.2
introduction, 55.1
Java EE framework, 55.2.1
Java EE platform, 55.2
Job Specification Language, 55.3, 55.4
packaging applications, 55.7
status and decision elements, 55.1.3
Bean Validation, 1.7.12, 21
advanced, 22
constraint violations, 21.3.2
constraints, 38.3.1
constructors, 21.3
custom constraints, 22.1, 58.1
empty strings, 21.2
examples, 38.3
exceptions, 21.3.2
inheritance, 22.4
Java Persistence API, 37.1.2.4
JavaServer Faces applications, 21.1, 38.3.3
localization, 22.2.1.1
messages, 22.2
methods, 21.3, 21.3.3, 22.4
null strings, 21.2
ordering, 22.3.1
parameters, 21.3, 21.3.1, 21.3.2
resource bundles, 22.2.1
using f:validateBean tag, 11.3
bean-managed transactions. See transactions, bean-managed
beans, in CDI, 23.3
beans.xml file, 23.13
beforeCompletion method, 51.3.3
BLOBs. See persistence, BLOBs
bookmarkable URLs
component tags, 10.2.14
example, 10.2.16
view parameters, 10.2.15
BufferedReader class, 17.5.1
bundles. See resource bundles
business logic, 32.1.1
business methods, 32.4.4
client calls, 34.1.2.2
exceptions, 34.1.2.2
locating, 33.1.2
requirements, 34.1.2.2
transactions, 51.3.1.7, 51.3.3, 51.4.2, 51.6
BytesMessage interface, 45.3.7.3

C

CallbackHandler interface, 50.5
capture-schema tool, 1.9
CDI. See Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE (CDI)
certificate authorities, 50.1
certificates, 47.2.1
client, 50.2.2.2
digital, 47.2.2.2, 50.1, 50.1
server, 50.1.1, 50.1.3
using for authentication, 50.1.2
character encodings, 20.4.2
character sets, 20.4.1
client certificates, generating, 50.2.2.2
client ID, for durable subscriptions, 45.3.6.4
CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE mode, 45.4.1
clients
authenticating, 50.2.1, 50.2.2.1
securing, 50.5
CLOBs. See persistence, CLOBs
collections, persistence, 37.1.2.3, 40.3.7.2
commit method, 51.3.4
commit method (JMS), 45.4.4
commits. See transactions, commits
Common Client Interface, Connector architecture, 52.3
component binding, 12.1.2, 12.2, 15.12, 15.12.3
binding attribute, 12.1.2, 15.12, 15.12.3
component properties. See managed bean properties
component rendering model, 7.4, 7.4.2
decode method, 7.6.3, 15.4.3, 15.7, 15.10.1
decoding, 15.1.2, 15.4
delegated implementation, 15.1.2
direct implementation, 15.1.2
encode method, 15.10.1
encodeBegin method, 15.4.2
encodeChildren method, 15.4.2
encodeEnd method, 15.4.2, 15.5.1
encoding, 15.1.2, 15.4
HTML render kit, 15.8, 16.10
render kit, 7.4.2
Renderer class, 7.4.2
Renderer implementation, 16.10
RenderKit class, 7.4.2
RenderKit implementation, 16.10
component tag attributes
action attribute, 10.2.5, 12.3.1, 15.2.3
actionListener attribute, 10.2.5, 11.4, 12.3.2, 15.2.3
alt attribute, 15.2.3
binding attribute, 10.2.1, 10.2.1.5, 12.1.2, 15.12, 15.12.3
columns attribute, 10.2.7
converter attribute, 10.2.4, 11.1.1, 15.10.2
for attribute, 10.2.4.3, 10.2.13
id attribute, 10.2.1, 10.2.1.1
immediate attribute, 10.2.1, 10.2.1.2, 15.2.3
redisplay attribute, 10.2.4.2
rendered attribute, 10.2.1, 10.2.1.3, 15.12.3
style attribute, 10.2.1, 10.2.1.4, 10.2.13
styleClass attribute, 10.2.1, 10.2.1.4
validator attribute, 10.2.4, 12.3.3
value attribute, 10.2.1, 10.2.1.5, 12.2, 15.2.4, 15.12, 15.12.1
valueChangeListener attribute, 10.2.4, 11.4.4, 12.3.4
var attribute, 20.2.3
component tags, 7.4.2, 7.4.4, 12.2
attributes. See component tag attributes
body tag, 10.2.2
bookmarkable URLs, 10.2.14
button tag, 10.2.14
column tag, 10.2
commandButton tag, 10.2, 10.2.5.1
commandLink tag, 10.2, 10.2.5.2
dataTable tag, 10.2, 10.2.12, 12.2.1.2
form tag, 10.2, 10.2.3
graphicImage tag, 10.2, 10.2.6, 15.2.3
head tag, 10.2.2
inputHidden tag, 10.2, 10.2.4
inputSecret tag, 10.2, 10.2.4, 10.2.4.2
inputText tag, 10.2, 10.2.4, 10.2.4.1
inputTextarea tag, 10.2, 10.2.4
link tag, 10.2.14
message tag, 10.2, 10.2.13
messages tag, 10.2, 10.2.13
outputFormat tag, 10.2, 10.2.4, 10.2.4.5
outputLabel tag, 10.2, 10.2.4, 10.2.4.3
outputLink tag, 10.2, 10.2.4, 10.2.4.4
outputScript tag, 10.2.17
outputStylesheet tag, 10.2.17
outputText tag, 10.2, 10.2.4, 10.2.4.1, 10.2.5.2, 12.2.1.2
panelGrid tag, 10.2, 10.2.7
panelGroup tag, 10.2, 10.2.7
resource relocation, 10.2.17
selectBooleanCheckbox tag, 10.2, 10.2.8.1, 12.2.1.3
selectItems tag, 12.2.1.7
selectManyCheckbox tag, 10.2, 10.2.9, 12.2.1.4
selectManyListbox tag, 10.2, 10.2.9
selectManyMenu tag, 10.2, 10.2.9
selectOneListbox tag, 10.2, 10.2.8.2
selectOneMenu tag, 10.2, 10.2.8.2, 12.2.1.5, 12.2.1.6
selectOneRadio tag, 10.2, 10.2.8.2
component-managed sign-on, 50.6, 50.6.2
components
boxes, 10.2, 10.2
buttons, 10.2, 10.2.5.1
check boxes, 10.2, 10.2, 10.2.8.1
data grids, 10.2
fields, 10.2
hidden fields, 10.2
hyperlinks, 10.2.5.2
images, 10.2.6
Java EE, 1.3.2
labels, 10.2, 10.2
links, 10.2
menus, 10.2, 10.2, 10.2.8.2, 10.2.9
options, 10.2
password fields, 10.2
radio buttons, 10.2
table columns, 10.2
tables, 10.2, 10.2.7, 10.2.12
text areas, 10.2
composite components
advanced features, 14
attributes, 14.1
default attribute, 14.1
example, 14.4
f:validateBean tag, 14.3
f:validateRegex tag, 14.3
f:validateRequired tag, 14.3
Facelets, 8.5
invoking managed beans, 14.2
method-signature attribute, 14.1
name attribute, 14.1
required attribute, 14.1
type attribute, 14.1
validating values, 14.3
concurrency
definition, 56.1
examples, 56.5, 56.6
security and, 56.4
threads and processes, 56.1.1
transactions and, 56.3
Concurrency Utilities for Java EE, 1.7.20, 56
concurrent access, 51
concurrent access to entity data, 42.1
conditional HTTP requests in JAX-RS, 31.5
confidentiality, 47.6
configuring JavaServer Faces applications
Application class, 16.2
application configuration resource files, 16.2
configuring managed beans, 16.1, 16.4
error message registration, 15.11
faces-config.xml files, 16.9
including the classes, pages, and other resources, 16.12.3
javax.faces.application.CONFIG_FILES context parameter, 16.2
registering custom converters, 16.8
registering custom renderers, 16.10
registering custom UI components, 16.11
registering custom validators, 16.7
registering messages, 16.5
specifying a path to an application configuration resource file, 16.12.1.2
specifying where UI component state is saved, 15.4.5, 16.12.1.3
value binding, 15.12.1
configuring JavaServer Faces applications. See configuring navigation rules
configuring managed beans, 15.2.4, 16.4
configuring navigation rules, 7.5, 16.9
from-action element, 16.9
from-view-id element, 16.9
navigation-case element, 16.9, 16.9
navigation-rule element, 16.9, 16.9
to-view-id element, 16.9
connection factories, 45.3.1.1
creating, 46.6.4.1, 46.9.1
injecting resources, 45.3.1.1, 46.6.2
Connection interface, 51.3.4, 51.7
Connection interface (JMS), 45.3.2
connection pooling, 3.2
ConnectionFactory interface (JMS), 45.3.1.1
connections, JMS
introduction, 45.3.2
managing in enterprise bean applications, 45.5.3.1
connections, securing, 47.6
connectors. See Java EE Connector architecture
constructors, 54.2.2
static, 21.3
container-managed sign-on, 50.6, 50.6.1
container-managed transactions. See transactions, container-managed
containers, 1.4
application client, 1.4.2
configurable services, 1.4.1
nonconfigurable services, 1.4.1
security, 47.1, 47.3
services, 1.4.1
trust between, 49.2.3.2
See also EJB container, embedded enterprise bean container, web container
context parameters, 6.3.1
specifying, 6.5.1.1
Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE (CDI), 1.7.10
advanced topics, 25
alternatives, 25.2
basic concepts, 23
beans, 23.3
configuring applications, 23.13
converting managed beans to JAX-RS root resource classes, 31.4
decorators, 25.7
disposer methods, 25.3.3
EL, 23.9
events, 25.5, 58.1, 58.2.3
examples, 24, 26
Facelets pages, 23.11
injectable objects, 23.5
injecting beans, 23.7
integrating with JAX-RS, 31.4
interceptors, 25.6
managed beans, 23.4
observer methods, 25.5.2, 58.2.3
overview, 23.2
producer fields, 25.3
producer methods, 23.12, 25.3
qualifiers, 23.6
scopes, 23.8
setter and getter methods, 23.10
specialization, 25.2.1
stereotypes, 25.8
contexts, JMS, 45.3.4
ContextService interface, 56.2
conversational state, 32.2.1.1
conversion model, 7.4, 7.4.3
converter attribute, 10.2.4, 11.1.1, 15.10.2
Converter implementations, 7.4.3, 11.1, 15.10.2
Converter interface, 15.10.1
converterId attribute, 11.1.1
converting data between model and presentation, 7.4.3
javax.faces.convert package, 11.1
model view, 15.10.1, 15.10.1
presentation view, 15.10.1, 15.10.1
See also converters, converter tags
Converter implementation classes
BigDecimalConverter class, 11.1
BigIntegerConverter class, 11.1
BooleanConverter class, 11.1
ByteConverter class, 11.1
CharacterConverter class, 11.1
DateTimeConverter class, 11.1, 11.1, 11.1.2
DoubleConverter class, 11.1
EnumConverter class, 11.1
FloatConverter class, 11.1
IntegerConverter class, 11.1
LongConverter class, 11.1
NumberConverter class, 11.1, 11.1.1, 11.1.3
ShortConverter class, 11.1
converter tags
convertDateTime tag, 11.1.2
convertDateTime tag attributes, 11.1.2
converter tag, 11.1.1, 15.10.2
convertNumber tag, 11.1.1, 11.1.3
convertNumber tag attributes, 11.1.3
converters, 7.4, 7.6.2
custom converters, 7.4.3, 15.10.2
See also standard converters
converting data. See conversion model
cookie parameters, JAX-RS, 29.2.6
createBrowser method, 46.2.7.1
createTimer method, 34.4.2.2
credential, 47.5.1.5
Criteria API, 40
creating queries, 40.3.1
examples, 38.2.3
expressions, 40.3.5.1, 40.3.5.2
path navigation, 40.3.4
query execution, 40.3.7
query results, 40.3.5, 40.3.6
criteria queries, string-based, 41
cryptography, public-key, 50.1
custom converters
binding to managed bean properties, 15.13
creating, 15.10
getAsObject method, 15.10.1
getAsObject(FacesContext, UIComponent, String) method, 15.10.1
getAsString method, 15.10.1
getAsString(FacesContext, UIComponent, Object) method, 15.10.1
registering. See registering custom converters
using, 15.10.2
custom objects
custom converters, 15.10.2
using, 15.9
using custom components, renderers and tags together, 15.1.3
See also custom tags, custom UI components, custom validators
custom renderers
creating the Renderer class, 15.5.1
determining necessity of, 15.1.2
performing decoding, 15.4.3
performing encoding, 15.4.2
registering with a render kit, 16.10
custom tags, 7.4.5, 15.1.3
getRendererType method, 15.5.2
identifying the renderer type, 15.5
specifying, 15.11.2
tag library descriptor, 15.3
custom UI components
creating, 15
creating component classes, 15.4
custom objects, 15.9
delegating rendering, 15.5
determining necessity of, 15.1.1
handling events emitted by, 15.7
queueEvent method, 15.4.3
registering. See registering custom UI components
restoreState(FacesContext, Object) method, 15.4.5
saveState(FacesContext) method, 15.4.5
saving state, 15.4.5
specifying where state is saved, 16.12.1.3
steps for creating, 15.3
custom validators, 15.11
binding to managed bean properties, 15.13
custom validator tags, 15.11.2
implementing the Validator interface, 15.11.1
registering, 16.7
using, 15.11.3
validate method, 12.3.3, 15.11.1
Validator implementation, 12.3, 15.11.1, 15.11.2
Validator interface, 15.11
validator tag, 15.11, 15.11.2

D

data encryption, 50.2.1
data integrity, 47.1.3, 51, 51.2
data sources, 3.2
databases
clients, 32.1.1
connections, 34.1.2.2, 51.4.2
creating tables, 37.5.1
data recovery, 51
dropping tables, 37.5.1
EIS tier, 1.3
loading data, 37.5.2
message-driven beans and, 32.3.1
multiple, 51.4.1, 51.6
See also transactions
DataSource interface, 3.2
DDL scripts, 37.5.1
loading data, 37.5.2
debugging Java EE applications, 2.9
declarative security, 47.1, 48.1, 49.2
example, 49.3.1
decorators
CDI, 25.7
example, 26.5
delivery delay for messages, 45.4.2.4
delivery modes, 45.4.2.1
JMSDeliveryMode message header field, 45.3.7.1
DeliveryMode interface, 45.4.2.1
Dependency Injection for Java (JSR 330), 1.7.11, 23
deployment, 33.1.3
deployment descriptors, 5.1, 47.1, 47.3.2
enterprise bean, 5.2.2, 47.3.2, 49.2, 49.2
Java EE, 5.1
runtime, 5.1, 5.3
security-role-mapping element, 47.5.4
security-role-ref element, 48.3.4
web application, 5.3, 6.1, 16.12, 47.3.2
Destination interface, 45.3.1.2
destinations, 45.3.1.2
creating, 46.6.4.1, 46.9.1
injecting resources, 45.3.1.2, 46.6.2
JMSDestination message header field, 45.3.7.1
temporary, 45.4.3, 46.8.2.1
See also queues, temporary JMS destinations, topics
destroy method, 17.10
digest authentication, 48.2.2.3
digital signatures, 50.1
disposer methods, CDI, 25.3.3
document roots, 5.3
doFilter method, 17.6.1, 17.6.1, 17.6.3
doGet method, 17.5
domains, 2.2.3
doPost method, 17.5
downloading GlassFish Server, 2.1.2
DUPS_OK_ACKNOWLEDGE mode, 45.4.1
durable subscriptions, 45.3.6.4
examples, 46.3.1, 46.4.2, 46.7
shared, 45.3.6.4

E

eager attribute, managed beans, 16.2.1
EAR files, 5.1
EIS tier, 1.3.6
security, 50.6
EJB container, 1.4.2
container-managed transactions, 51.3
message-driven beans, 45.5.4
onMessage method, invoking, 46.6.3.1
services, 32, 32.1.1, 49.2
See also embedded enterprise bean container
EJB JAR files, 32.5
EJBContext interface, 51.3.2, 51.3.4, 51.4.3
ejb-jar.xml file, 5.2.2, 47.3.2, 49.2
EL, 6.3.1, 9
CDI managed beans, 23.9
composite expressions, 9.3.1.5
deferred evaluation expressions, 9.2
expression examples, 9.7
immediate evaluation expressions, 9.2
literals, 9.3.1.3
lvalue expressions, 9.3.1
managed beans, 12.1.2
method expressions, 9.3.2
method-binding expressions, 7.5
operators, 9.5
overview, 9.1
parameterized method calls, 9.3.1.4
reserved words, 9.6
rvalue expressions, 9.3.1
type conversion during expression evaluation, 9.3.1.5
value expressions, 9.3.1
See also method binding
embeddable classes, persistence, 37.1.6
embedded enterprise bean container
creating, 35.2.2
developing applications, 35.2
examples, 35.3
initializing enterprise bean modules, 35.2.2.1
overview, 35.1
running applications, 35.2.1
session bean references, 35.2.3
shutting down, 35.2.4
See also EJB container, enterprise beans
end-to-end security, 47.2.2.3
enterprise applications, 1
securing, 49
enterprise beans, 1.3.5, 1.7.1
accessing, 32.4
classes, 32.5
compiling, 33.1.3
contents, 32.5
converting to JAX-RS root resource classes, 31.4
defined, 32.1
dependency injection, 32.4.1
deployment, 32.5
distribution, 32.4.2
exceptions, 34.5
finding, 35.2.3
getCallerPrincipal method, 49.2.2.1
implementor of business logic, 1.3.5
integrating with JAX-RS, 31.4
interceptors, 54
interfaces, 32.4, 32.5
isCallerInRole method, 49.2.2.1
JAX-RS resources, 29.3.2
JNDI lookup, 32.4.1
lifecycles, 32.7
local access, 32.4.3
local interfaces, 32.4.3
packaging, 5.2.1, 33.1.3
performance, 32.4.2
programmatic security, 49.2.2.1
remote access, 32.4.4
remote interfaces, 32.4.4
securing, 49.2
singletons, 29.3.2.1
testing, 35.3
timer service, 34.4
types, 32.1.3
web services, 32.1.3, 32.4.5, 34.3
See also business methods, embedded enterprise bean container, message-driven beans, session beans
Enterprise Information Systems. See EIS tier
entities
abstract, 37.2.1
abstract schema names, 39.3.1
application-managed entity managers, 37.3.1.2
cascading operations, 37.1.5.4, 37.1.5.5
collections, 39.5.3.4
container-managed entity managers, 37.3.1.1
controlling caching, 44.1.1
creating, 38.1.7.1
discriminator columns, 37.2.4.1
entity manager, 37.3.1
finding, 37.3.1.3, 38.1.7.2
inheritance, 37.2, 38.2.2
inheritance mapping, 37.2.4
lifecycle, 37.3.1.4
managing, 37.3, 38.1.7
mapping to multiple tables, 38.1.3
non-entity superclasses, 37.2.3
overview, 37.1
persistent fields, 37.1.2
persistent properties, 37.1.2
persisting, 37.3.1.5
primary keys, 37.1.3
querying, 37.4
relationships, 38.1.7.3
removing, 37.3.1.6, 38.1.7.5
requirements, 37.1.1
superclasses, 37.2.2
synchronizing, 37.3.1.7
validating, 37.1.2.4
entity data
lock modes, 42.2
optimistic locking, 42.1, 42.1.1
pessimistic locking, 42.1, 42.2.2
entity graphs, 43
named, 43.2
entity providers, JAX-RS, 29.2.4.2
entity relationships
bidirectional, 37.1.5.1
many-to-many, 37.1.4, 38.2.1.1
many-to-one, 37.1.4
multiplicity, 37.1.4
one-to-many, 37.1.4
one-to-one, 37.1.4
query language, 37.1.5.3
unidirectional, 37.1.5.2
EntityManager interface, 37.3.1
equals method, 37.1.3
event and listener model, 7.4, 7.4.4
binding listeners to managed bean properties, 15.13
Event class, 7.4.4
event handlers, 7.6.2, 7.6.2, 15.3
event listeners, 7.6.3, 7.6.4, 7.6.5
handling events of custom UI components, 15.7
implementing event listeners, 15.6
Listener class, 7.4.4
listener class, 12.3
queueEvent method, 15.4.3
ValueChangeEvent class, 11.4.4
See also action events, value-change events
events
CDI, 25.5
example, 26.4
examples, 2
Ajax, 13.11
asynchronous method invocation, session beans, 36.2
basic authentication, 48.4.2
batch processing, 55.8, 55.9
Bean Validation, 38.3
bookmarkable URLs, 10.2.16
building, 2.5
CDI, 24, 26
composite components, 14.4
concurrency, 56.5, 56.6
connectors, 53
Criteria API, 38.2.3
directory structure, 2.6
Duke's Bookstore case study, 57
Duke's Forest case study, 59
Duke's Tutoring case study, 58
embedded enterprise bean container, 35.3
file upload using servlets, 17.16
HTML5-friendly markup, 8.9.3
interceptors, 54.3
Java API for WebSocket, 18.11, 18.12
JAX-RS, 29.3, 31.8
JAX-WS, 28.1
JMS asynchronous message consumption, 46.2.6
JMS durable subscriptions, 46.3.1
JMS in a web application, 46.5
JMS local transactions, 46.3.2
JMS message acknowledgment, 46.2.9
JMS queue browsing, 46.2.7
JMS shared durable subscriptions, 46.4.2
JMS synchronous message consumption, 46.2.5
JMS with entities, 46.8
JMS with session beans, 46.7
message-driven beans, 46.6, 46.7, 46.8
persistence, 38
primary keys, 37.1.3
query language, 38.1.7.4, 39.4
required software, 2.1
resource adapters, 53
resource library contracts, 8.8.1
security, 48.4.3, 49.3.1, 49.3.2
sending JMS messages, 46.2.4
servlets, 6.4, 17.15, 33.1.2
session beans, 33.1.1, 34.1
singleton session beans, 34.2
timer service, 34.4.7
web clients, 33.1.2
web services, 34.3
exceptions
business methods, 34.1.2.2
enterprise beans, 34.5
JMS, 45.3.9
mapping to error screens, 6.5.3
rolling back transactions, 34.5, 51.3.2
transactions, 51.3.1.3, 51.3.1.6
expiration of JMS messages, 45.4.2.3
JMSExpiration message header field, 45.3.7.1
Expression Language. See EL

F

Facelets, 8
composite components, 8.5
configuring applications, 8.3.2
f:ajax tag, 13.3.1
features, 8.1
resources, 8.6
templating, 8.4
using Ajax with, 13.3
XHTML pages, 8.3.1.2
See also EL
Facelets applications
developing, 8.3
lifecycle, 8.2
using JavaScript in, 13.10.1
Faces Flows, using, 16.3
faces-config.xml file, 16.2
FacesContext class, 7.6.1, 15.9
Apply Request Values phase, 7.6.3
custom converters, 15.10.1
performing encoding, 15.4.2
Process Validations phase, 7.6.4
Update Model Values phase, 7.6.5
validation methods, 12.3.3
Validator interface, 15.11.1
FacesServlet class, 16.12.1.1
fetch graphs
See persistence
fetch graphs
fetch plans, 43
filter chains, 17.6.1, 17.6.3
Filter interface, 17.6.1
filters, 17.6
defining, 17.6.1
mapping to web components, 17.6.3
mapping to web resources, 17.6.3
overriding request methods, 17.6.2
overriding response methods, 17.6.2
response wrappers, 17.6.2
foreign keys, 38.1.1.3
form parameters, JAX-RS, 29.2.6, 31.1.3
form-based authentication, 48.2.2.2
forward method, 17.7.2

G

garbage collection, 32.7.4
GenericServlet interface, 17.1
getBody method, 45.3.7.3
getCallerPrincipal method, 49.2.2.1, 49.3.2
getConnection method, 3.2
getPart method, 17.11.2
getParts method, 17.11.2
getRemoteUser method, 48.3.2
getRequestDispatcher method, 17.7
getRollbackOnly method, 45.5.5, 51.4.3
getServletContext method, 17.8
getSession method, 17.9.1
getStatus method, 51.4.3
getUserPrincipal method, 48.3.2
GlassFish Server
adding users to, 47.5.2.1
downloading, 2.1.2
enabling debugging, 2.9.2.1
installation tips, 2.1.2
securing, 47.4
server log, 2.9.1
SSL connectors, 47.6.1
starting, 2.2.3
stopping, 2.2.4
tools, 1.9
groups, 47.5.1.3
managing, 47.5.2

H

handling events. See event and listener model
hashCode method, 37.1.3
header parameters, JAX-RS, 29.2.6
helper classes, 32.5
session bean example, 34.1.4
HTML5-friendly markup, 8.9
example, 8.9.3
pass-through attributes, 8.9.2
pass-through elements, 8.9.1
HTTP, 28, 28
basic authentication, 48.2.2.1
over SSL, 50.2.1
HTTP cookies, 30.3.1.2
HTTP methods, 29.2.4
HTTP request and response entity bodies, 29.2.4.2
supported types, 29.2.4.2
HTTP request URLs, 17.5.1
query strings, 17.5.1
request paths, 17.5.1
HTTP requests, 17.5.1, 29.2.4
See also requests
HTTP responses, 17.5.2
status codes, 6.5.3
See also responses
HTTPS, 47.2.2.2, 47.6.1, 48.2.1.3, 50.1
HttpServlet interface, 17.1
HttpServletRequest interface, 17.5.1, 48.3.2
HttpServletResponse interface, 17.5.2
HttpSession interface, 17.9.1

I

identification, 47.1.3
implicit navigation, 7.2, 7.5
implicit objects, 15.12.2
binding component values to, 15.12.2
include method, 17.7.1
init method, 17.4
InitialContext interface, 1.8.2
initialization parameters, 17.4
initializing properties with the managed-property element
initializing Array and List properties, 16.4.2.4
initializing managed-bean properties, 16.4.2.5
initializing Map properties, 16.4.2.3
initializing maps and lists, 16.4.3
referencing a context initialization parameter, 16.4.2.2
initParams attribute, 17.4
injectable objects, CDI, 23.5
integrity, 47.6
of data, 47.1.3
Interceptors
around-construct, 54.2.2
invoking, 54.2.5
lifecycle callback events, 54.2.2
methods, 54.2.1
ordering, 54.2.5
interceptors, 54
CDI, 25.6
example, 54.3, 54.3
example (CDI), 26.4
internationalization, 20
internationalizing JavaServer Faces applications
FacesContext.getLocale method, 11.1.2
loadBundle tag, 20.2.3
using the FacesMessage class to create a message, 16.5.1
invalidate method, 17.9.3
isCallerInRole method, 49.2.2.1, 49.3.2
ISO 8859 character encoding, 20.4.2
isUserInRole method, 48.3.2

J

JAAS, 1.8.8, 47.2.1, 50.5.1
login modules, 50.5.1
JACC, 1.7.16, 47.4
JAF, 1.8.3
JAR files, 5.1
JAR signatures, 47.2.1
JASPIC, 1.7.17
Java API for JavaBean Validation
See Bean Validation
Java API for JavaBean Validation. See Bean Validation
Java API for JSON Processing, 1.7.19
Java API for RESTful Web Services. See JAX-RS
Java API for WebSocket, 1.7.18, 18
annotated endpoints, 18.4
configuring endpoints, 18.10
creating applications, 18.2
endpoints, 18.1, 58.1, 58.2.3
error handling, 18.9
examples, 18.11, 18.12
introduction, 18.1
maintaining client state, 18.6
path parameters, 18.8
programmatic endpoints, 18.3
receiving messages, 18.5.2
sending messages, 18.5.1
using decoders, 18.7.2
using encoders, 18.7.1
Java API for XML Binding (JAXB), 1.8.5
using with JAX-RS, 31.7
Java API for XML Processing (JAXP), 1.8.4
Java API for XML Web Services. See JAX-WS
Java Authentication and Authorization Service. See JAAS
Java Authentication Service Provider Interface for Containers (JASPIC), 1.7.17
Java Authorization Contract for Containers. See JACC
Java BluePrints, 2.6
Java Cryptography Extension (JCE), 47.2.1
Java Database Connectivity API. See JDBC API
Java DB, 1.9
starting, 2.4
stopping, 2.4
Java EE applications, 1.3
debugging, 2.9
deploying, 33.1.3
iterative development, 33.2
tiers, 1.3
Java EE clients, 1.3.3
See also application clients, web clients
Java EE components, 1.3.2
Java EE Connector architecture, 1.7.14, 52.1
example, 53
Java EE modules, 5.1, 5.1
application client modules, 5.1
EJB modules, 5.1, 32.5
resource adapter modules, 5.1
See also web modules
Java EE platform, 1.3
APIs, 1.7
JMS and, 45.1.4
overview, 1
Java EE security model, 1.4.1
Java EE servers, 1.4.2
Java EE transaction model, 1.4.1
Java Generic Security Services, 47.2.1
Java GSS-API, 47.2.1
Java Message Service (JMS) API, 1.7.13, 45
See also JMS, message-driven beans
Java Naming and Directory Interface API. See JNDI
Java Persistence API, 1.7.6, 37
See also persistence
Java Persistence API query language. See query language
Java Persistence Criteria API. See Criteria API
Java Secure Sockets Extension (JSSE), 47.2.1
Java Servlet technology, 1.7.2, 17
See also servlets
Java Transaction API, 1.7.7, 51.4.1
JavaBeans Activation Framework (JAF), 1.8.3
JavaBeans components, 1.3.3.4
JavaMail API, 1.7.15
example, 53
JavaServer Faces application development
bean property, 12.2.1.1
Bean Validation, 21.1
managed beans, 12.1
web pages, 10
JavaServer Faces applications
configuring. See configuring JavaServer Faces applications
HTML tags, 10.2
queueing messages, 12.3.3
JavaServer Faces core tag library, 10.1, 10.3
actionListener tag, 10.3, 11.2.2, 15.1.1
ajax tag, 13.3.1
attribute tag, 10.3
convertDateTime tag, 10.3, 11.1.2
convertDateTime tag attributes, 11.1.2
converter tag, 10.3, 11.1.1, 15.10.2
converterId attribute, 11.1.1
convertNumber tag, 10.3, 11.1.1, 11.1.3
convertNumber tag attributes, 11.1.3
facet tag, 10.2.12, 10.3
loadBundle tag, 10.3
metadata tag, 10.2.15, 10.3
param tag, 10.2.4.5, 10.3
selectItem tag, 10.2.8.2, 10.2.9, 10.2.10, 10.2.10.2, 10.3
selectItems tag, 10.2.8.2, 10.2.9, 10.2.10, 10.2.10.1, 10.3
type attribute, 11.2.1
validateBean tag, 11.3
validateDoubleRange tag, 10.3, 11.3
validateLength tag, 10.3, 11.3
validateLongRange tag, 10.3, 11.3, 11.3.2
validateRegEx tag, 11.3
validateRegex tag, 11.3.2
validateRequired tag, 11.3
validator tag, 7.4.5, 10.3, 15.11
custom validator tags, 15.11.2
valueChangeListener tag, 10.3, 11.2.1
viewparam tag, 10.2.15
JavaServer Faces standard HTML render kit library, 7.4.2, 16.10
html_basic TLD, 15.8
See also component tags
JavaServer Faces standard UI components, 7.4.1, 15
UIComponent component, 15.10.1
JavaServer Faces tag libraries, 8.1
JavaServer Faces core tag library, 10.1, 10.3
JavaServer Faces HTML render kit tag library, 10.1
namespace directives, 10.1
JavaServer Faces Technology
Faces Flows, 16.3
resource library contracts, 8.8
JavaServer Faces technology, 1.3.4, 1.7.3, 7
advantages, 7.2
bookmarkable URLs, 10.2.15
component tags. See component tags
composite components, 14
FacesContext class. See FacesContext class
FacesServlet class, 16.12.1.1
features, 7.1
HTML5-friendly markup, 8.9
partial processing, 7.7
partial rendering, 7.7
relocatable resources, 8.7
using Ajax with, 13, 58.1
Validator interface, 12.3.3
See also component tags
JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL), 1.7.5
JavaServer Pages technology, 1.7.4
javax.servlet package, 17.1
javax.servlet.http package, 17.1
JAXB, 1.8.5
using with JAX-RS, 31.7
JAXP, 1.8.4
JAX-RS, 1.7.8, 29
accessing XML documents, 31.7
advanced features, 31
annotations, 31.1
application overview, 29.2.2
asynchronous invocations, 30.3.2
clients, 30
conditional HTTP requests, 31.5
configuring, 29.2.7
converting CDI managed beans to root resource classes, 31.4
converting enterprise beans to root resource classes, 31.4
cookies, 30.3.1.2
entity providers, 29.2.4.2
examples, 29.3, 31.8
extracting Java type of request or response, 31.1.4
filters, 30.3.1.3
form parameters, 31.1.3
HTTP headers, 30.3.1.1
integrating with CDI, 31.4
integrating with EJB technology, 31.4
introduction, 27.2.2
invocations, 30.1.1.4
JSON, 31.7.3
path parameters, 30.1.1.3, 31.1.1
path templates, 29.2.3
query parameters, 31.1.2
reference implementation, 29
request headers, 31.1
request method designators, 29.2, 29.2.4.1
resource class methods, 31.3
resource classes, 29.2
resource methods, 29.2
runtime content negotiation, 31.6
runtime resource resolution, 31.3
static content negotiation, 31.6
subresource locators, 31.3, 31.3.2
subresource methods, 31.3, 31.3.1
subresources, 31.3
URI, 31.1
using with JAXB, 31.7
JAX-RS Client API, 29.3.2.1, 30
JAX-RS clients, 29.3.2.1
JAX-WS, 1.8.6
defined, 28
endpoints, 28.1.1
examples, 28.1
introduction, 27.2.1
service endpoint interfaces, 28.1
specification, 28.4
JCE, 47.2.1
JDBC API, 1.8.1, 3.2
resources, 58.1
JMS, 1.7.13
achieving reliability and performance, 45.4
administered objects, 45.3.1
application client examples, 46.2
architecture, 45.2.1
basic concepts, 45.2
definition, 45.1.2
examples, 46, 46.5, 46.6
introduction, 45.1
Java EE platform, 45.1.4, 45.5
messaging domains, 45.2.2
programming model, 45.3
JMSConsumer interface, 45.3.6
JMSContext interface, 45.3.4
JMSCorrelationID message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSDeliveryMode message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSDeliveryTime message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSDestination message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSException class, 45.3.9
JMSExpiration message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSMessageID message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSPriority message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSProducer interface, 45.3.5
JMSRedelivered message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSReplyTo message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSTimestamp message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSType message header field, 45.3.7.1
JNDI, 1.8.2, 3.1
data source naming subcontexts, 1.8.2
enterprise bean lookup, 32.4.1
enterprise bean naming subcontexts, 1.8.2
environment naming contexts, 1.8.2
jms naming subcontext, 45.3.1.2
namespace for JMS administered objects, 45.3.1
naming contexts, 1.8.2
naming environments, 1.8.2
naming subcontexts, 1.8.2
Job Specification Language, 55.4
batchlet element, 55.4.2.2
chunk element, 55.4.2.1
decision element, 55.4.5
flow element, 55.4.3
job element, 55.4.1
partition element, 55.4.2.3
split element, 55.4.4
step element, 55.4.2
jsf.js file, 13.10
JSON
JAX-RS, 31.7.3
JSR 339. See JAX-RS
JSR 346. See Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE (CDI)
JSSE, 47.2.1
JSTL, 1.7.5
JTA, 1.7.7, 51.4.1
JTS API, 51.4.1
JUnit, 35.3

K

Kerberos, 47.2.1, 47.2.1
key pairs, 50.1
keystores, 47.2.1, 50.1, 50.1.1
managing, 50.1
keytool utility, 50.1

L

lifecycle of a JavaServer Faces application, 7.3, 7.6
action and value-change event processing, 7.4.4
Apply Request Values phase, 7.6.3, 15.4.3
custom converters, 15.10.1, 15.10.1
getRendererType method (Render Response phase), 15.5.2
immediate attribute, 15.2.3
Invoke Application phase, 7.6.6
performing encoding (Render Response phase), 15.4.2
Process Validations phase, 7.6.4
Render Response phase, 7.6.7
renderResponse method, 7.6.1, 7.6.3, 7.6.4, 7.6.5
responseComplete method, 7.6.1, 7.6.4, 7.6.5
Restore View phase, 7.6.2
saving state, 15.4.5
Update Model Values phase, 7.6.5
updateModels method, 7.6.5
Validator interface, 15.11.1
views, 7.6.2
listener classes, 17.2.1
defining, 17.2.1.1
listener interfaces, 17.2.1.1
listeners
HTTP, 47.4
IIOP, 47.4
load graphs
See persistence
load graphs
local interfaces, 32.4.3
local transactions, 45.4.4
localization, 20
Bean Validation, 22.2.1.1
log, server, 2.9.1
login configuration, 48.2.2, 48.2.3
login method, 48.3.1
login modules, 50.5.1
logout method, 48.3.1

M

managed bean creation facility, 16.4
managed bean declarations, 15.2.4
key-class element, 16.4.2.3
list-entries element, 16.4.2
managed-bean element, 16.4.1, 16.4.2.5
managed-bean-name element, 16.4.1
managed-property element, 16.4.2
map-entries element, 16.4.2, 16.4.2.3
map-entry element, 16.4.2.3
null-value elements, 16.4.2
value element, 16.4.2
managed bean methods
attributes. See attributes referencing managed bean methods
referencing. See referencing managed bean methods
writing. See writing managed bean methods
managed bean properties, 11.1.1, 12.1.1, 12.1.2, 15.12
bound to component instances, 12.2.2
UIData properties, 12.2.1.2
UIInput and UIOutput properties, 12.2.1.1
UISelectBoolean properties, 12.2.1.3
UISelectItem properties, 12.2.1.6
UISelectItems properties, 12.2.1.7
UISelectMany properties, 12.2.1.4
UISelectOne properties, 12.2.1.5
writing, 12.2
managed beans, 7.1
composite components, 14.2
configuring in JavaServer Faces technology, 16.1
conversion model, 7.4.3
custom component alternative, 15.1.1
defined for CDI, 23.4
developing, 8.3.1.1
event and listener model, 7.4.4
JavaServer Faces technology, 12.1
loading JavaScript, 13.10.2
method binding, 10.2.4
properties. See managed bean properties
See also value binding
Managed Beans specification, 1.7.9, 23
ManagedExecutorService interface, 56.2
ManagedScheduledExecutorService interface, 56.2
ManagedThreadFactory interface, 56.2
MapMessage interface, 45.3.7.3
mapping URLs, 29.2.7
matrix parameters, JAX-RS, 29.2.6
Maven tool, 2.1.5
message acknowledgment, 45.4.1
bean-managed transactions, 45.5.5
example, 46.2.9
message bodies, 45.3.7.3
message consumers, 45.3.6
shared, 45.3.6.5
message consumption, 45.2.3
asynchronous, 45.2.3, 46.2.6
synchronous, 45.2.3, 46.2.5
message headers, 45.3.7.1
message IDs, JMS, 45.3.7.1
Message interface, 45.3.7.3
message listeners, 32.3, 45.3.6.1
examples, 46.2.6.1, 46.8.2.1
message producers, 45.3.5
message properties, 45.3.7.2
message security, 48.1
message selectors, 45.3.6.2
message subscriptions
durable, 45.3.6.4
MessageBodyReader interface, 29.2.4.2
MessageBodyWriter interface, 29.2.4.2
message-driven beans, 1.7.1, 32.3
accessing, 32.3.1
coding, 46.6.3, 46.7.1.3, 46.8.2.2
defined, 32.3
examples, 46.6, 46.7, 46.8
garbage collection, 32.7.4
introduction, 45.5.4
onMessage method, 32.3.1, 46.6.3.1
requirements, 46.6.3
transactions, 32.3.1, 51.3, 51.4, 51.4
MessageListener interface, 45.3.6.1
messages
integrity, 50.2.1
MessageFormat pattern, 10.2.4.5, 10.3
outputFormat tag, 10.2.4.5
param tag, 10.2.4.5, 10.3
parameter substitution tags, 10.3
queueing messages, 12.3.3, 16.5
securing, 47.2.2.3
using the FacesMessage class to create a message, 16.5.1
messages, JMS
body formats, 45.3.7.3
browsing, 45.3.8
definition, 45.2.1
delivery delay, 45.4.2.4
delivery modes, 45.4.2.1
expiration, 45.4.2.3
headers, 45.3.7.1
introduction, 45.3.7
persistence, 45.4.2.1
priority levels, 45.4.2.2
properties, 45.3.7.2
messaging domains, 45.2.2
point-to-point, 45.2.2.1
publish/subscribe, 45.2.2.2
messaging, definition, 45.1.1
metadata annotations
resource adapters, 52.2
security, 47.3.1
Metamodel API, 40.1
using, 38.2.3.1, 40.2
method binding
method expressions, 15.4.4
method-binding expressions, 7.5, 16.9
method expressions, 7.4.4, 11.4
method permissions, 49.2.1
annotations, 49.2.1.1
methods, static, 21.3
mutual authentication, 50.2.2, 50.2.2.1

N

naming contexts, 1.8.2
naming environments, 1.8.2
navigation
configuring, 7.5, 16.9
implicit, 7.5
navigation model, 7.5
action attribute, 10.2.5, 11.4, 11.4.1, 15.2.3
action methods, 12.3.1, 16.9
ActionEvent class, 11.4.2
configuring navigation rules, 16.9
logical outcome, 12.3.1, 16.9
NavigationHandler class, 7.5
referencing methods that perform navigation, 11.4.1, 12.3.1
writing a managed bean method to perform navigation processing, 12.3.1
NetBeans IDE, 2.1.4
NON_PERSISTENT delivery mode, 45.4.2.1
non-repudiation, 47.1.3

O

ObjectMessage interface, 45.3.7.3
objects, administered, 45.3.1
creating and removing, 46.2.2
observer methods, CDI, 25.5.2
onMessage method
introduction, 45.3.6.1
message-driven beans, 32.3.1, 45.5.4, 46.6.3.1

P

package-appclient tool, 1.9
packaging applications, 5.1
path parameters, JAX-RS, 29.2.6, 31.1.1
path templates, JAX-RS, 29.2.3
permissions, security policy, 47.4
Persistence
schema creation, 58.1
persistence
BLOBs, 38.1.5
cascade operations, 38.1.4
CLOBs, 38.1.5
collections, 37.1.2.3
concurrent access to entity data, 42
configuration, 37.3.2
context, 37.3
creating database tables, 37.5.1
criteria queries, 43.1, 43.3
DDL scripts, 37.5.1
dropping database tables, 37.5.1
eager fetching, 43
embeddable classes, 37.1.6
entities, 37.1
entity graph properties, 43.3
examples, 38
fetch graphs, 43.1.2, 43.1.2.1
JMS example, 46.8
JMS messages, 45.4.2.1
JPQL, 43.1
lazy fetching, 43
load graphs, 43.1.2, 43.1.2.2
loading data, 37.5.2
locking strategies, 42
many-to-many, 38.2.1.1
maps, 37.1.2.3
named entity graphs, 43.2
one-to-many, 38.1.1.3
one-to-one, 38.1.1.2
overview, 37
persistence units, 37.3.2
persistent fields, 37.1.2.1
primary keys, 37.1.3, 38.1.2.1, 38.1.2.2
properties, 37.1.2.2
queries, 37, 37.4, 38.1.7.4, 39.2, 43
creating, 40.3.1
Criteria, 40
dynamic, 39.2
executing, 40.3.7
expressions, 40.3.5.1, 40.3.5.2
joins, 40.3.3
parameters, 39.2.1, 39.2.2
path navigation, 40.3.4
results, 40.3.5, 40.3.6
static, 39.2
typesafe, 40
See also query language
query hints, 43.3
query language, 37.1.5.3
relationships, 38.1.1
schema creation, 37.5
scope, 37.3.2
second-level cache, 44
self-referential relationships, 38.1.1.1
string-based criteria queries, 41
temporal types, 38.1.6
persistence units, query language, 39, 39.5.3.2
PERSISTENT delivery mode, 45.4.2.1
pluggable audit modules, 47.4
pluggable authorization providers, 47.4
point-to-point messaging domain, 45.2.2.1
point-to-point messaging style
See also queues
POJOs, 1.1
policy files, 47.2.1
primary keys, 38.1.1.3
compound, 38.1.2.2
defined, 37.1.3
examples, 37.1.3
generated, 38.1.2.1
principal, 47.5.1.5
PrintWriter class, 17.5.2
priority levels, for messages, 45.4.2.2
JMSPriority message header field, 45.3.7.1
producer fields
CDI, 25.3
example, 26.3
producer methods
CDI, 23.12, 25.3
example, 26.2
programmatic security, 47.1, 47.3.3, 48.1, 49.2
example, 49.3.2
programming model, JMS, 45.3
providers, JMS, 45.2.1
proxies, 28
public key certificates, 50.2.1
public-key cryptography, 50.1
publish/subscribe messaging domain
durable subscriptions, 45.3.6.4
introduction, 45.2.2.2
publish/subscribe messaging style
See also topics

Q

qualifiers, using in CDI, 23.6
Quality of Service, 47.1.3
queries
criteria, 43.1
JPQL, 43.1
persistence, 43
query language
ABS function, 39.5.5.12
abstract schemas, 39.1, 39.3.1, 39.5.3.3
ALL expression, 39.5.5.11
ANY expression, 39.5.5.11
arithmetic functions, 39.5.5.12
ASC keyword, 39.5.7
AVG function, 39.5.6.1
BETWEEN expression, 39.4.3.4, 39.5.5.5
Boolean literals, 39.5.5.1
Boolean logic, 39.5.5.14
case expressions, 39.5.5.13
collection member expressions, 39.5.3.4, 39.5.5.10
collections, 39.5.3.4, 39.5.5.9, 39.5.5.10
compared to SQL, 39.4.2, 39.5.3.1, 39.5.4
comparison operators, 39.4.3.5, 39.5.5.5
CONCAT function, 39.5.5.12
conditional expressions, 39.4.3, 39.5.5, 39.5.5.3, 39.5.5.15
constructors, 39.5.6.3
COUNT function, 39.5.6.1
DELETE expression, 39.4.4, 39.4.4.2
DELETE statement, 39.3.2
DESC keyword, 39.5.7
DISTINCT keyword, 39.4.1.2
domain of query, 39, 39.5.3, 39.5.3.2
duplicate values, 39.4.1.2
enum literals, 39.5.5.1
equality, 39.5.5.15
ESCAPE clause, 39.5.5.7
examples, 38.1.7.4, 39.4
EXISTS expression, 39.5.5.11
FETCH JOIN operator, 39.5.3.5
FROM clause, 39.3.1, 39.5.3
grammar, 39.5
GROUP BY clause, 39.3.1, 39.5.8
HAVING clause, 39.3.1, 39.5.8
identification variables, 39.3.1, 39.5.3, 39.5.3.2
identifiers, 39.5.3.1
IN operator, 39.5.3.5, 39.5.5.6
INNER JOIN operator, 39.5.3.5
input parameters, 39.4.2.3, 39.5.5.2
IS EMPTY expression, 39.4.3.3
IS FALSE operator, 39.5.5.15
IS NULL expression, 39.4.3.2
IS TRUE operator, 39.5.5.15
JOIN statement, 39.4.2.1, 39.4.2.2, 39.5.3.5
LEFT JOIN operator, 39.5.3.5
LEFT OUTER JOIN operator, 39.5.3.5
LENGTH function, 39.5.5.12
LIKE expression, 39.4.3.1, 39.5.5.7
literals, 39.5.5.1
LOCATE function, 39.5.5.12
LOWER function, 39.5.5.12
MAX function, 39.5.6.1
MEMBER expression, 39.5.5.10
MIN function, 39.5.6.1
MOD function, 39.5.5.12
multiple declarations, 39.5.3.2
multiple relationships, 39.4.2.4
named parameters, 39.4.1.3, 39.5.5.2
navigation, 39.4.2, 39.4.2.1, 39.4.2.5, 39.5.3.3, 39.5.4.3
negation, 39.5.5.15
NOT operator, 39.5.5.15
null values, 39.5.5.8, 39.5.5.14
numeric comparisons, 39.5.5.15
numeric literals, 39.5.5.1
operator precedence, 39.5.5.4
operators, 39.5.5.4
ORDER BY clause, 39.3.1, 39.5.7
parameters, 39.4.1.2
parentheses, 39.5.5.3
path expressions, 39.1, 39.5.4
positional parameters, 39.5.5.2
range variables, 39.5.3.3
relationship fields, 39.1
relationships, 39.1, 39.4.2.1, 39.4.2.3
return types, 39.5.6.1
root, 39.5.3.3
scope, 39
SELECT clause, 39.3.1, 39.5.6
setNamedParameter method, 39.4.1.3
SIZE function, 39.5.5.12
SQRT function, 39.5.5.12
state fields, 39.1
string comparison, 39.5.5.15
string functions, 39.5.5.12
string literals, 39.5.5.1
subqueries, 39.5.5.11
SUBSTRING function, 39.5.5.12
SUM function, 39.5.6.1
syntax, 39.3, 39.5
TRIM function, 39.5.5.12
types, 39.5.4.2, 39.5.5.15
UPDATE expression, 39.3.2, 39.4.4, 39.4.4.1
UPPER function, 39.5.5.12
WHERE clause, 39.3.1, 39.5.5
wildcards, 39.5.5.7
query parameters, JAX-RS, 29.2.6, 31.1.2
query roots, 40.3.2
Queue interface, 45.3.1.2
QueueBrowser interface, 45.3.8
JMS client example, 46.2.7
queues, 45.3.1.2
browsing, 45.3.8, 46.2.7
creating, 45.3.1.2, 46.9.1
injecting resources, 46.6.2
temporary, 45.4.3, 46.8.2.1

R

RAR files, packaging, 5.4
realms, 47.5.1, 47.5.1.1
admin-realm, 47.5.1.1
certificate, 47.5.1.1, 50.1.2
configuring, 47.4
file, 47.5.1.1
receiveBody method, 45.3.7.3
recover method, 45.4.1
redelivery of messages, 45.4.1, 45.4.1
JMSRedelivered message header field, 45.3.7.1
referencing managed bean methods, 11.4
for handling action events, 11.4.2, 12.3.2
for handling value-change events, 11.4.4
for performing navigation, 11.4.1, 12.3.1
for performing validation, 11.4.3, 12.3.3
registering custom converters, 16.8
converter element, 16.8
registering custom renderers, 16.10
renderer element, 16.10
render-kit element, 16.10, 16.10
registering custom UI components, 15.3, 16.11
component element, 16.11
registering custom validators, 16.7
validator element, 16.7
registering messages, 16.5
resource-bundle element, 16.5
relationship fields, query language, 39.1
relationships
direction, 37.1.5
unidirectional, 38.1.1.4
reliability, JMS
basic mechanisms, 45.4.2
durable subscriptions, 45.3.6.4
local transactions, 45.4.4
message acknowledgment, 45.4.1
message delivery delay, 45.4.2.4
message expiration, 45.4.2.3
message persistence, 45.4.2.1
message priority levels, 45.4.2.2
temporary destinations, 45.4.3
relocatable resources, 8.7
remote interfaces, 32.4.4
Remote Method Invocation (RMI), and messaging, 45.1.1
request headers, JAX-RS, 31.1
request method designators, JAX-RS, 29.2, 29.2.4.1
Request objects, JAX-RS, 31.6
request parameters, JAX-RS, 29.2.6
RequestDispatcher interface, 17.7
request/reply mechanism
JMSCorrelationID message header field, 45.3.7.1
JMSReplyTo message header field, 45.3.7.1
temporary destinations and, 45.4.3
requests, 17.5.1
customizing, 17.6.2
getting information from, 17.5.1
retrieving a locale, 20.2.1
See also HTTP requests
Required transaction attribute, 45.5.5
resource adapters, 1.7.14, 52.1
example, 53
metadata annotations, 52.2
packaging, 5.4
security, 50.6.3
resource bundles, 20.1
Bean Validation, 22.2.1
resource classes, JAX-RS, 29.2
resource library contracts, 8.8
example, 8.8.1
resource methods, JAX-RS, 29.2
resources, 52
JMS, 45.5.3.1
relocatable, 8.7
See also data sources
ResponseBuilder class, 29.2.4.2
responses, 17.5.2
buffering output, 17.5.2
customizing, 17.6.2
setting headers, 17.5
See also HTTP responses
RESTful web services, 1.7.8, 29
defined, 29.1
roles, 47.5.1.4
application, 47.5.4
declaring, 48.2.4
mapping to groups, 47.5.4
mapping to users, 47.5.4
referencing, 49.2.1.1
security, 47.5.3, 48.2.4, 49.2.1, 49.2.1.1
rollback method, 51.3.4, 51.4.1, 51.4.3
rollback method (JMS), 45.4.4
rollbacks. See transactions, rollbacks
root resource classes, 29.2
run-as identity, 49.2.3

S

SAAJ, 1.8.7
SASL, 47.2.1
schemagen tool, 1.9
schemas
creating, 37.5
deployment descriptors, 47.3.2
scopes
CDI, 23.8
introduction, 6.3.1.1
JavaServer Faces technology, 16.1.1
servlets, 17.3.1
secure connections, 47.6
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), 47.6
security
annotations, 47.3.1, 48.4.2.1, 49.2
application, 47.1.3, 47.2.2.1
application clients, 50.5
callback handlers, 50.5, 50.5.1
component-managed sign-on, 50.6.2
concurrency and, 56.4
constraints, 48.2.1
container trust, 49.2.3.2
container-managed sign-on, 50.6.1
containers, 47.1, 47.3
context for enterprise beans, 49.2.2.1
declarative, 47.1, 47.3.2, 48.1, 49.2
deploying enterprise beans, 49.2.4
EIS applications, 50.6
end-to-end, 47.2.2.3
enterprise applications, 49
enterprise beans, 49.2
examples, 48.4.3, 49.3.1, 49.3.2
groups, 47.5.1.3
introduction, 47
JAAS login modules, 50.5.1
Java SE, 47.2.1
login forms, 50.5
login modules, 50.5.1
mechanism features, 47.1.2
mechanisms, 47.2, 47.2.2
message, 48.1
message-layer, 47.2.2.3
method permissions, 49.2.1, 49.2.1.1
overview, 47.1
policy domain, 47.5.1.5
programmatic, 47.1, 47.3.3, 48.1, 48.3, 49.2
programmatic login, 50.5.2
propagating identity, 49.2.3
realms, 47.5.1.1
resource adapters, 50.6.3
role names, 48.2.4, 49.2.1.1
roles, 47.5.1.4, 47.5.3, 48.2.4, 49.2.1
run-as identity, 49.2.3
simple walkthrough, 47.1.1
transport-layer, 47.2.2.2, 47.6
users, 47.5.1.2
web applications, 48
web components, 48
security constraints, 48.2.1
multiple, 48.2.1.4
security domain, 47.5.1.5
security identity
propagating, 49.2.3
specific identity, 49.2.3
security role references, 48.3.4
security roles, 47.5.3, 49.2.1
security-role-mapping element, 47.5.4
security-role-ref element, 48.3.4
send method, 45.3.5
sending messages
Java EE components, 45.5.3
JMS client example, 46.2.4
sending messages asynchronously, 45.4.5
server authentication, 50.2.1
server certificates, 50.1
server log, 2.9.1
service methods, servlets, 17.5
Servlet interface, 17.1
ServletContext interface, 17.8
ServletInputStream class, 17.5.1
ServletOutputStream class, 17.5.2
ServletRequest interface, 17.5.1
ServletResponse interface, 17.5.2
servlets, 1.3.4, 17.1
asynchronous processing, 17.12
binary data, 17.5.1, 17.5.2
character data, 17.5.1, 17.5.2
compiling, 33.1.3
creating, 17.4
examples, 6.4, 17.15, 33.1.2
finalizing, 17.10
initializing, 17.4
lifecycle, 17.2
lifecycle events, 17.2.1
nonblocking I/O, 17.13
packaging, 33.1.3
scope objects, 17.3.1
service methods, 17.5, 17.10.2, 17.10.3
specifying initialization parameters, 17.4
tracking service requests, 17.10.1
uploading files with, 17.11, 19
session beans, 1.7.1, 32.2
activation, 32.7.1
bean-managed concurrency, 34.2.1.2, 34.2.1.2
business interfaces, 32.4
clients, 32.2
concurrent access, 34.2.1.2
container-managed concurrency, 34.2.1.2, 34.2.1.2
databases, 51.3.3
eager initialization, 34.2.1.1
examples, 33.1.1, 34.1, 34.2, 34.3, 46.7
handling errors, 34.2.1.3
no-interface views, 32.4
passivation, 32.7.1
requirements, 34.1.2
singleton, 32.2.1.3, 34.2
stateful, 32.2.1.1, 32.2.2
stateless, 32.2.1.2, 32.2.2
transactions, 51.3, 51.3.3, 51.4
web services, 32.4.5, 34.3.2
See also asynchronous method invocation
Session interface, 45.3.3
sessions, 17.9
associating attributes, 17.9.2
associating with user, 17.9.4
invalidating, 17.9.3
notifying objects associated with, 17.9.2
sessions, JMS, 45.3.3
managing in enterprise bean applications, 45.5.3.1
SessionSynchronization interface, 51.3.3
setRollbackOnly method, 45.5.5, 51.3.2, 51.3.3, 51.4.3
shared durable subscriptions, 45.3.6.4
shared message consumers, 45.3.6.5
sign-on
component-managed, 50.6, 50.6.2
container-managed, 50.6, 50.6.1
Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL), 47.2.1
SingleThreadModel interface, 17.3.2
SOAP, 27.2, 28, 28, 28.4
SOAP messages, 1.5.2, 1.8.7
securing, 47.2.2.3
SOAP with Attachments API for Java (SAAJ), 1.8.7
specialization, CDI, 25.2.1
SQL, 1.8.1, 39.4.2, 39.5.3.1, 39.5.4
loading data, 37.5.2
SQL92, 39.5.5.14
SSL, 47.2.2.2, 47.6, 48.2.1.3, 50.2.1
connectors, GlassFish Server, 47.6.1
handshake, 47.6
verifying support, 47.6.1
standard converters, 7.4.3
converter tags, 11.1.1
NumberConverter class, 11.1
using, 11.1
standard validators, 7.4.5
using, 11.3
state fields, query language, 39.1
stereotypes, CDI, 25.8
StreamMessage interface, 45.3.7.3
string-based criteria queries, 41
subresources, JAX-RS, 31.3
subscription names, for durable subscribers, 45.3.6.4
substitution parameters, defining. See messages, param tag
synchronous message consumption, 45.2.3
Java EE components, 45.5.3
JMS client example, 46.2.5

T

templating
Facelets, 8.4
temporary JMS destinations, 45.4.3
examples, 46.8.2.1
testing
enterprise beans, 35.3
unit, 35.3
TextMessage interface, 45.3.7.3
timer service, 34.4
automatic timers, 34.4, 34.4.3
calendar-based timer expressions, 34.4.1
cancelling timers, 34.4.4
creating timers, 34.4.2.2
examples, 34.4.7
exceptions, 34.4.4
getInfo method, 34.4.5
getNextTimeout method, 34.4.5
getTimeRemaining method, 34.4.5
getting information, 34.4.5
programmatic timers, 34.4, 34.4.2
saving timers, 34.4.4
transactions, 34.4.6
timestamps for JMS messages, 45.3.7.1
Topic interface, 45.3.1.2
topics, 45.3.1.2
creating, 45.3.1.2, 46.9.1
durable subscriptions, 45.3.6.4
temporary, 45.4.3
transactions, 51, 51.1
application-managed, 37.3.1.2
attributes, 51.3.1, 51.3.1.8
bean-managed, 45.5.5, 51.4, 51.4.3
boundaries, 51.2, 51.3.4, 51.4
business methods. See business methods, transactions
commits, 51.2, 51.3.3
concurrency and, 56.3
container-managed, 45.5.5, 51.3
container-managed transaction demarcation, 51.3
defined, 51.2
distributed, 45.5.5
examples, 46.3.2
exceptions. See exceptions, transactions
JDBC, 51.6
JMS and enterprise bean applications, 45.5.3.2
JTA, 51.4, 51.4.1
local, 45.4.4
managers, 51.3.1.7, 51.4.1, 51.6
message-driven beans. See message-driven beans, transactions
nested, 51.3, 51.4.1
Required attribute, 45.5.5
rollbacks, 51.2, 51.3.2, 51.3.3, 51.4.1
scope, 51.3.1
session beans. See session beans, transactions
timeouts, 51.5
timer service, 34.4.6
web components, 51.7
transport guarantees, 48.2.1.3
transport-guarantee element, 48.2.1.3
transport-layer security, 47.2.2.2, 47.6
truststores, 50.1, 50.1.1
managing, 50.1

U

UI component behavioral interfaces, 7.4.1
ActionSource interface, 7.4.1, 7.4.4, 15.4, 15.6
ActionSource2 interface, 7.4.1, 15.4
ClientBehaviorHolder interface, 7.4.1
ConvertibleValueHolder interface, 7.4.1
EditableValueHolder interface, 7.4.1, 15.4
NamingContainer interface, 7.4.1, 15.4
StateHolder interface, 7.4.1, 15.4, 15.4.5
SystemEventListenerHolder interface, 7.4.1
ValueHolder interface, 7.4.1, 15.4
UI component classes, 7.4.1, 7.4.2, 15.1.1
javax.faces.component package, 15.4
UIColumn class, 7.4.1
UICommand class, 7.4.1, 7.4.2
UIComponent class, 7.4, 7.4.2
UIComponentBase class, 7.4.1, 15.4, 15.4.2
UIData class, 7.4.1, 12.2.1.2
UIForm class, 7.4.1
UIGraphic class, 7.4.1
UIInput and UIOutput classes, 12.2.1.1
UIInput class, 7.4.1, 7.4.4
UIMessage class, 7.4.1
UIMessages class, 7.4.1
UIOutcomeTarget class, 7.4.1
UIOutput class, 7.4.1, 7.4.3
UIPanel class, 7.4.1
UIParameter class, 7.4.1
UISelectBoolean class, 7.4.1, 12.2.1.3
UISelectItem class, 7.4.1, 12.2.1.6
UISelectItems class, 7.4.1, 12.2.1.7
UISelectMany class, 7.4.1, 12.2.1.4
UISelectOne class, 7.4.1, 7.4.2, 12.2.1.5
UIViewRoot class, 7.4.1
See also custom UI components
UnavailableException class, 17.4
undeploying modules and applications, 6.3.5
Unicode character set, 20.4.1
unified expression language. See EL
Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs), 29.1
URI path parameters, JAX-RS, 29.2.6
URI path templates, JAX-RS, 29.2.2, 29.2.3
URL paths, 6.4.1
URLs, mapping, 29.2.7
US-ASCII character set, 20.4.1
user data constraints, 48.2.1, 48.2.1.3
user-data-constraint element, 48.2.1.3
users, 47.5.1.2
adding to GlassFish Server, 47.5.2.1
managing, 47.5.2
UserTransaction interface, 37.3.1.2, 51.3.4, 51.4.1, 51.4.3, 51.7
message-driven beans, 45.5.5
using pages, 8.5
UTF-8 character encoding, 20.4.2
utility classes, 32.5

V

validating input. See Bean Validation, validation model
validation, 21
customizing, 22.1
entities, 37.1.2.4
groups, 22.3
localization, 22.2.1.1
messages, 22.2
ordering, 22.3.1
validation model, 7.4, 7.4.5, 7.4.5, 7.4.5
referencing a method that performs validation, 11.4.3
validator attribute, 10.2.4, 11.4, 11.4.3, 12.3.3
Validator implementation, 7.4.5, 15.11.3
Validator interface, 7.4.5, 12.3, 12.3.3
custom validator tags, 15.11.2
implementing, 15.11.1
writing a managed bean method to perform validation, 12.3.3
See also validators
Validator implementation classes, 7.4.5, 11.3
BeanValidator class, 11.3
DoubleRangeValidator class, 10.3, 11.3
LengthValidator class, 10.3, 11.3
LongRangeValidator class, 10.3, 11.3, 11.3.2
RegexValidator class, 11.3, 11.3.2
RequiredValidator class, 11.3
validator tags
composite components, 14.3
validateBean tag, 11.3
validateDoubleRange tag, 11.3
validateLength tag, 11.3
validateLongRange tag, 11.3, 11.3.2
validateRegex tag, 11.3, 11.3.2
validateRequired tag, 11.3
validator tag, 7.4.5, 15.11.2
validators, 7.4, 7.6.2
custom validators, 10.3, 15.11.3
default, 16.6
registering, 11.3.1
standard, 11.3
value binding
acceptable types of component values, 12.2.1
component instances to bean properties. See component binding
component values and instances to managed bean properties, 15.12
component values to implicit objects, 15.12.2
component values to managed bean properties, 15.12.1
properties, 12.2.1
value attribute, 12.2, 15.2.4, 15.12, 15.12.1
value expressions, 12.2.1.2, 15.4.4, 15.12.3
value-binding expressions, 15.12
value expressions, 12.1.2
ValueExpression class, 12.1.2
value-change events, 7.4.4, 7.4.4, 15.6
processValueChange(ValueChangeEvent) method, 15.6.1
processValueChangeEvent method, 12.3.4
referencing methods that handle value-change events, 11.4.4
type attribute, 11.2.1
ValueChangeEvent class, 11.2.1, 15.6, 15.6.1
valueChangeListener attribute, 10.2.4, 11.4, 12.3.4
ValueChangeListener class, 11.2.1, 12.3.4, 15.6
ValueChangeListener implementation, 15.6.1
valueChangeListener tag, 10.3, 11.2.1, 15.1.1
writing a managed bean method to handle value-change events, 12.3.4
Variant class, JAX-RS, 31.6

W

W3C, 1.8.4, 28, 28.4
WAR files, 5.1
web applications, 5.3, 6
configuring, 6.1
deployment descriptors, 6.1
document roots, 5.3
establishing the locale, 20.2.1
internationalizing and localizing, 20
JMS example, 46.5
maintaining state across requests, 17.9
parsing and formatting localized dates and numbers, 20.3
presentation-oriented, 6
providing localized messages, 20.2
retrieving localized messages, 20.2.3
securing, 48
service-oriented, 6
setting the resource bundle, 20.2.2
specifying context parameters, 6.5.1.1
specifying welcome files, 6.5.2
web clients, 1.3.3.1, 6
examples, 33.1.2
web components, 1.3.4, 6.1
applets bundled with, 1.3.4
concurrent access to shared resources, 17.3.2
forwarding to other web components, 17.7.2
including other web resources, 17.7.1
invoking other web resources, 17.7
mapping exceptions to error screens, 6.5.3
mapping filters to, 17.6.3
scope objects, 17.3.1
securing, 48
sharing information, 17.3
transactions, 51.7
types, 1.3.4
utility classes bundled with, 1.3.4
web context, 17.8
web container, 1.4.2, 6.1
loading and initializing servlets, 17.2
mapping URLs to web components, 6.4.1
web modules, 5.1, 5.3
packaging and deploying, 6.3.2
undeploying, 6.3.5
viewing deployed, 6.3.3
web pages, XHTML, 8.1
web resource collections, 48.2.1, 48.2.1.1
web resources, 5.3
Facelets, 8.6
mapping filters to, 17.6.3
unprotected, 48.2.1.1
web services, 1.5
declaring references to, 6.5.4.2
endpoint implementation classes, 34.3.1
examples, 28.1, 34.3
introduction, 27.1
JAX-RS compared to JAX-WS, 27.2
See also enterprise beans
web-resource-collection element, 48.2.1.1
WebSocket. See Java API for WebSocket
web.xml file, 5.3, 16.12, 47.3.2, 49.2
welcome files, 6.5.2
work flows, 32.2.2
writing managed bean methods, 12.3
for handling action events, 12.3.2
for handling value-change events, 12.3.4
for performing navigation, 12.3.1
for performing validation, 12.3.3
writing managed bean properties
converters, 12.2.3
listeners, 12.2.3
validators, 12.2.3
WSDL, 1.5.3, 27.2, 28, 28.4
wsgen tool, 1.9
wsimport tool, 1.9

X

xjc tool, 1.9
XML, 1.5.1, 28
XML schema
mappings of Java classes to XML data types, 28.2.2
mappings to Java data types, 28.2.1
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