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

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Deployment Architecture View

For Remulak Productions, the probable deployment strategy is straightforward. The client will be browser based, and the remaining components will run on the server. Figure 10-7 depicts the likely deployment strategies using UML component and deployment diagrams.

Figure 10-7. Remulak's deployment strategy using an EJB or servlet container

Remember that to cover as many technical bases as we can, we will present phases of two different solutions: one using just a servlet/JSP/JavaBean container (Apache Tomcat), the other using a commercial EJB container (BEA's WebLogic). The database server, EJB container, and servlet ...

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