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

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Building the Architectural Prototype: Part 1

Part 1 of building the architectural prototype for our non-EJB solution covers the setup of the environment and the front components of the servlet and JSPs.

Baselining the Environment

Without the benefit of a commercial servlet/JSP container, we must turn to a solution that will be both flexible and able someday to migrate to a commercial product. The good news here is that the reference implementation for servlet/JSP containers was handed over by Sun Microsystems to the nonprofit Apache Software Foundation (jakarta.apache.org). Since that time, Tomcat has evolved at a rapid pace and is used by many organizations not only as a testing environment but in production settings as well. The features that ...

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