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NetBeans 4.1 Early Access Release Now Available
The NetBeans open source project is proud to announce the early access release of the NetBeans IDE 4.1 as the project delivers significant new development capabilities for the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition 1.4 (J2EE) including Enterprise Java Bean (EJB) components and Web Services.
For downloads of this release go to:
For the quick start guide, see:
This early access release has over 15 new modules for developing J2EE 1.4 applications and is built on the novel and breakthrough NetBeans 4.0 technology. Users can develop programs for Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE), Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME), and now J2EE EJBs and Web Services. Using the free SunTM Java System Application Server Platform Edition 8.1 beta as the deployment runtime and with NetBeans guiding the developer and automatically building the underlying J2EE infrastructure, learning about and developing J2EE 1.4 applications has never been easier. To further assist the developer, there are numerous samples of J2EE applications easily accessible from within the IDE, as well contributions from the J2EE Java BluePrints catalog.
With a pure Java technology integrated development environment and cross platform availability for Windows, Linux and the Solaris Operating System, this is the best time to get a look at the future.
The next early access release is planned for January 2005.
You can find more information on the key upcoming features by visiting the NetBeans 4.1 Early Access announcement or stop by the NetBeans 4.1 release information page.
Additional information can also be found at http://j2ee.netbeans.org/, the home page for the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Support modules in NetBeans IDE.
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IBM provides WebSphere application with JDBC/SQL
What is Application Privacy Monitoring for JDBC?
Application Privacy Monitoring for JDBC (APM4JDBC) is a technology preview
existing Web applications that use JDBC/SQL.
Privacy monitoring technology in information technology systems is now
necessary in order to ensure compliance with stated privacy policies, especially
in the customer information management systems in enterprises such as Customer
Relationship Management (CRM). Privacy policies allow organizations to control
the use of personally identifiable information (PII) according to individual
choices. The IBM Tivoli Privacy Manager (TPM) provides server support for
creating, deploying, and administering privacy policies as well as for checking
conformance to policies and for logging auditable data on data accesses.
However, applications using TPM must use an agent that is able to intercept each
access of PII and interact with a TPM server for auditing and enforcement. This
is the function of a privacy monitor.
APM4JDBC is a Java/SQL Privacy Monitoring library for the TPM. APM4JDBC
provides privacy monitoring functions for applications running on a WebSphere
Application Server and connecting to IBM DB2 by using JDBC. The idea is to wrap
the JDBC connection class by adding the privacy monitoring and enforcement
functions so that when an application calls JDBC to retrieve PII data, (1) the
request SQL is analyzed, (2) a privacy conformance check request is sent to the
TPM server to evaluate the privacy policies, and (3) the SQL ResultSet table is
modified based on the privacy conformance check results and is returned to the
APM4JDBC will also support a results cache mechanism for optimizing
conformance checks. This is effective for SQL statements that access the data of
several people at one time. This version of APM4JDBC does not record the
auditable logs when using a cache.
How does it work?
Application Privacy Monitoring for JDBC (APM4JDBC) is a technology that
applications that use JDBC/SQL. APM4JDBC also works with Web applications
running on a WebSphere Application Server and connecting to IBM DB2 by using
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