The Java Pet Store Demo is a sample application from the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition ("J2EE") BluePrints Program at Java Software, Sun Microsystems. It demonstrates how to use the capabilities of the J2EE 1.3 platform to develop flexible, scalable, cross-platform enterprise applications.
The Java Pet Store Demo comes with full source code and documentation, which illustrate the typical design decisions and tradeoffs a developer makes when building an enterprise application. The demo shows how to use JavaServer Pages ("JSP"), Java Servlet, Enterprise JavaBeans ("EJB"), and Java Message Service ("JMS") technologies. It also uses new technologies in the J2EE 1.3 platform, which you can experiment with and learn how to use in your own enterprise solutions.
With real, working code illustrating the BluePrints guidelines, the Java Pet Store Demo reduces the learning curve of the J2EE 1.3 platform, enabling you to deliver complete end-to-end solutions with faster time-to-market.
This release of the Java Pet Store Demo application is an incremental release fixing reported bugs. Petstore 1.3.1_02 has been localized into Simplified Chinese.
Download Java Pet Store 1.3.1_02
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The Java BluePrints Program program helps developers create robust, scalable, and portable applications by providing guidelines, patterns, and code that illustrate best practices on how to build end-to-end applications using Java technology.
The Java Enterprise BluePrints and the Java Pet Store Demo are showcased in the upcoming second edition of the book, "Designing Enterprise Applications with the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition". The first edition of this best-selling book is available at bookstores everywhere, including DigitalGuru and Amazon.com and can be freely downloaded from the BluePrints web site.
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