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17.3. Using separate JSP/servlet engine and EJB servers

A J2EE-compliant application server may consist of separate servers for EJBs and Web components. If so, it is the vendor’s responsibility to see that a standard EAR file can be deployed, and that the components end up in the right places. If this involves deployment across a number of networked servers, it is the vendor’s responsibility to implement this. In this section, we will be considering the situation where the JSP/servlet engine and the EJB server are not part of a J2EE product or are parts of two different J2EE products. In this case, we will have to deploy separately on each server, and configure them to be able to communicate. The techniques to be used for this are vendor-specific. ...

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