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BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1 Kick Start: Simplifying Java Web Applications and J2EE by Sunila Srivatsan, Lawrence H. Kaye, Tom Hardy, Albert J. Saganich

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Chapter 6. Introduction to WebLogic Workshop Controls and Components

by Albert J. Saganich, Jr.

Control Concepts

As you saw in Chapter 3, “WebLogic Workshop Application Development Basics,” controls are objects that encapsulate business logic or provide access to resources. Controls provide an elegant, consistent, and straightforward mechanism to access resources and logic, as though they were simple Java objects.

Control Runtime Architecture

Controls are supported by a runtime architecture covering two key areas: method dispatch and invocation. During dispatch, the correct code is located to run, and then during invocation, the code is called with the appropriate wrapping ...

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