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

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Incorporating the Internet into the Solution

As stated early in the book, all of our implementation will utilize a light browser-based client front end:

  • The Presentation Services layer will use a light Web-based front end that will use simple HTML and JavaScript communicating with a Web-based back end for all the pathways supported in the application. There will be a servlet on the Web server to act as a broker to both JavaBeans using native JDBC and JavaServer Pages, as well as an implementation using Enterprise JavaBeans and JavaServer Pages. Alternatively, we could use a Java applet or even a Java application to talk to the servlet (yes, you can send and receive information from a Java application to a servlet via a DataOutputStream object ...

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