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Building Web Applications with UML by Jim Conallen

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Server Pages

Implementing server pages with Microsoft's Active Server Pages technology involves the creation of scripted ASP files. These files, when requested by a client, are processed by the Active Server Pages filter. Even though the extensions mentioned in the UML Extension for Web Applications document specify only <<Page>> as a possible component stereotype, when an enabling technology, such as ASP is selected, it is often useful to use a more specific component stereotype. For ASP applications, I like to stereotype the component <<ASP>>. Should the architecture include the use of ISAPI DLLs in addition to ASP, there would be <<ISAPI>> stereotyped elements in the component view. Specific stereotypes like these help sort out the enabling ...

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