Here’s the situation: You’ve written a program in C#. You’ve checked the flowcharts, examined your coding and developed your user interface. You’re anticipating that everything will flow as smooth as silk. You’re ready to create a build of the program and, instead of seeing a beautiful, efficient result, you get several (often incomprehensible) error message. How did this happen?
Web applications remain the largest security risk for any company. The reason is two-fold. First, most software services have moved to a web based environment giving malicious hackers a much larger landscape to attack. Second, most organizations put a majority of their resources, i.e. dollars and manpower, into network and perimeter security leaving the web unguarded.
In Part I of this series, we started the process of creating user polls for a business web site. Part I gave the layout of the data layer and began the construction of the class file. In this part we will continue with adding methods to the class file that will enable the administrator to set the variable values and read from the database tables.
The J2EE platform is designed to provide server-side and client-side support for developing Web services and distributed, multi-tier enterprise applications. Web Services can provide unlimited functionalities by connecting with an existing service API or creating your own. If you can efficiently develop and deploy distributed applications and Web services for use on both corporate intranets and over the Internet, you will gain competitive advantage.
In the first two parts of this series, we created the data layer that will hold the polling data and established methods for setting the variable values and reading from the database tables. In this part, we will build the methods that will write new polls and answers to the tables.