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Java™ Deployment with JNLP™ and Webstart™ by Mauro Marinilli

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J2EE Deployment

Despite the J2EE widespread presence on the server, we will introduce it briefly here, to discuss the deployment scenario for this platform. The interested reader can see Building Java Enterprise Systems With J2EE, by Paul Perrone (published by SAMS), which is one of the many books on this subject. Given the abundance of publications on this topic, we will only cover it briefly. J2EE applications are aimed at server-based, rich computational environments, in contrast with the platforms covered earlier in this chapter. Here, hardware constraints and low-level issues are not a problem.

A Brief Introduction

First of all, here is a little overview of the involved roles. The EJB specification partitions the responsibility of development ...

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