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

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More about the Web Interface

A Web-based interface of some type will need to be positioned between the Web page and the Business Services layer. This interface will consist of a front-end component built as a servlet and JavaServer Pages (JSP) that will reside in a servlet container product. We will use both Apache Tomcat (at jakarta.apache.org) and the container services provided by BEA's WebLogic. However, the servlet and JSP architecture will support any Web server that can implement either their own implementation of servlets and JSP or a third-party JSP enabler (such as Allaire's JRun or the reference implementation from the Jakarta Project, Tomcat). The servlet and JSP will act as both the interface and controller of the process. The servlet ...

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