This document provides information about the Tamino API for Java. This API is completely object-oriented, has a very flexible design, and allows convenient access to data stored in the Tamino XML Server. It is implemented in Java and includes specialized APIs for the creation of J2EE compliant applications.
This document is for software developers who want to create applications on the basis of data stored in the Tamino XML Server. It is also for enterprise application developers who want to write J2EE applications using Tamino databases.
The latest features and modifications since the last release.
What is the Tamino API for Java? A brief summary.
|Tamino API for Java Component Profile and Set-up||
The components offered by the Tamino API for Java, for manipulating data in a Tamino XML Server, as well as for deploying a Tamino XML database in an EJB environment.
A very simple example that inserts a friendly greeting into an existing database.
An overview that explains the general architecture.
|Doing More with the API||
Further examples that show you how to use the Tamino API for Java.
|Javadoc Reference Information||
The reference documentation for the Tamino API for Java in Javadoc format.
All you need to use the Tamino API for Java in J2EE environments.
|Webserverless Access via the Tamino API for Java||
How to access Tamino through the Tamino API for Java without a web server.
|Performance Tips and Tricks||
Useful hints to streamline a Tamino API for Java application's design.
|Measuring Operation Duration||
Find out where your application spends most of its execution time.
|Examples in Code||
An overview of references to complete code listings of the examples discussed in this documentation.