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Developing Applications with Java™ and UML by Paul R. Reed

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  • After the requirements have been solidified and the design work has begun, three architectures must be considered. The final architecture selected for the application is called the execution architecture.

  • To provide a technology-expansive set of choices, Remulak will present some solution aspects using servlets, JavaBeans, and JavaServer Pages. Other solution aspects will use servlets, Enterprise JavaBeans, and JavaServer Pages. In the first case, the open-source Tomcat server will be used. In the second, BEA's WebLogic application server will be used.

  • Many mechanisms are available for communicating between the layers of the application. All have strengths and weaknesses. The one with the most appeal for Remulak Productions ...

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