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Building J2EE™ Applications with the Rational Unified Process by Wojtek Kozaczynski, Kelli Houston, Peter Eeles

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Chapter 1. Introduction

Developing a J2EE application can be a very complex undertaking, and many questions must be answered. How do we articulate the requirements of the application to be developed? What J2EE components, such as servlets, JavaServer Pages, and Enterprise JavaBeans, are needed to satisfy these requirements? How is the complexity of developing a large J2EE application managed? And so on.

As we worked with Rational customers, we found ourselves writing papers, giving presentations, and producing examples that showed how the Rational Unified Process (RUP) can be successfully applied to develop J2EE applications. We identified the RUP activities and artifacts most relevant to the J2EE developer, recommended a specific sequencing of ...

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