Enterprise Java technology | Monday, January 26, 2009

Enterprise Tech Tips Crossword





Enterprise Tech Tips Crossword

Over the years, the
Enterprise Java Technologies Tech Tips have covered a wide variety of
enterprise Java technology topics. Here's a crossword puzzle that tests your knowledge of some topics covered in recent
Tech Tips. Each clue lists a tip that contains the answer.

This crossword was created with EclipseCrossword - www.eclipsecrossword.com





































1  234
         
  5               
                   
     
     
   
   
6                       
                         
    7
     
  89 
       
10      1112   
               
             
             
13                         
                           
     
     
  14       
           
15          16   
                 
  17
   
18                   
                     
   
   








Across


  1. JAXB binding compiler
    [Customizing JAXB]
  2. Session bean type that can implement a web service
    [Referencing Multiple Web Services From An Application Client]
  3. JPA interface for accessing a database
    Extended Persistence Context in Stateful Session Beans]
  4. SIP application package extension
    [Adding Voice to Java EE With SIP Servlets]
  5. SSL certificate objective
    [Using SSL with GlassFish v2]
  6. The world's most popular database
    [Combining Groovy, Grails, MySQL, and the Java Persistence API]
  7. Scripting engine used by Phobos
    [Building An Ajax-Enabled Web Application Using Phobos and jMaki]
  8. SIP-related protocol that specifies end user capabilities
    [Adding Voice to Java EE With SIP Servlets]
  9. Creating an XML document from a Java object tree
    [Customizing JAXB]


Down


  1. "Convention over ____________"
    [True Abstraction: Composite UI Components in JSF 2.0 -- Part 1]
  2. Authority that can be trusted by a client and service that have no direct trust relationship
    [Using WS-Trust Support in Metro to Secure Web Services]
  3. JAX-RS production-quality Reference Implementation
    [Configuring JSON for RESTful Web Services in Jersey 1.0]
  4. Yiddish expert or Apache build framework
    [Using JAX-WS with Maven]
  5. jMaki event handler based on publish/subscribe mechanism
    [Working with jMaki Events]
  6. WS\* security specification provider
    [Using WS-Trust Support in Metro to Secure Web Services]
  7. SOAP Messages with Attachments (abbrv.)
    [Securing Attachments With Metro 1.3]
  8. REST resource identifier
    [Configuring JSON for RESTful Web Services in Jersey 1.0]
  9. Open-source web application framework that leverages Groovy
    [Combining Groovy, Grails, MySQL, and the Java Persistence API]
  10. GlassFish web services stack
    [Using WS-Trust Support in Metro to Secure Web Services]
  11. Ticket-granting part of a Key Distribution Center
    [Building Kerberos-Based Secure Services Using Metro]


Here is the solution to the puzzle.


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Comments ( 1 )
  • satish Sunday, April 26, 2009

    the puzzile is extra good on j2ee brush


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