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Tuscany SCA in Action by Simon Nash, Haleh Mahbod, Raymond Feng, Mark Combellack, Simon Laws

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Part 3. Deploying Tuscany applications

Part 3 describes some of the different environments in which Tuscany can run, and demonstrates the full Tuscany SCA Tours travel-booking application. In chapter 11, “Running and embedding Tuscany,” you’ll learn about some of the different ways that Tuscany can operate. You’ll first look at how Tuscany can be run standalone to create applications. Following that, you’ll see how Tuscany can be integrated into web containers such as Tomcat and WebSphere and application containers such as Java EE and OSGi.

In chapter 12, “A complete SCA application,” the SCA concepts that we’ve discussed throughout the previous chapters are brought together to demonstrate the full TuscanySCATours travel-booking application. ...

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