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 JSP Model 2 Architecture Site: Java World 
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By developing a familiar Web-based shopping cart, you'll learn how to utilize the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern and truly separate presentation from content when using JavaServer Pages. This tutorial shows you out how easy it can Author: Govind Seshadri Code: JSP 1.1

 Distributed Architecture Site: Java Developers Paradise 
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Two-tier applications are also know as client/server applications. In most of the cases these architecture were providing only the database functionality and all the business logic and presentation of the data logic were installed on the client machine. Author: Java Developers Paradise Code: JSP 1.2

 J2EE Architecture Site: Java Developers Paradise 
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Presentation Logic consists of all the program (JSP and Servlets), images and html files that are used to interact with the client. These files are archived into .war file. These files are installed on the web server and these interacts with the users. Author: Java Developers Paradise Code: JSP 1.2

 JSP architecture Site: IBM alphaWorks 
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Good Web application design tries to separate business objects, presentation, and manipulation of the objects into distinct layers. Author: Dan Malks Code: JSP 1.2

 Very simple JSP-architecture 2 Site: The Java Boutique 
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In the current article I'll show how simple it is to add a couple of new functions to this page, but inspired by a few flaws in the code presented in the first article I'll also discuss briefly the important topic "portability of JSP-pages". Author: Keld H. Hansen Code: JSP 1.2

 A very simple JSP-architecture Site: The Java Boutique 
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This article will present a simple JSP-architecture and also a handful of useful techniques that will help you build web-applications fast, without losing focus on quality. Author: Keld H. Hansen Code: JSP 1.2

 Step into J2EE architecture Site: Java World 
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By reading this article, you will better understand many important J2EE architecture topics, and be able to apply that knowledge to extend and modify this simple methodology to solve your special business problems. Author: Jian Zhong Code: JSP 1.2

 Architecture Part 1 - Intro Site: FindTutorials.com 
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This chapter will examine a variety of ways to architect a system with JavaServer Pages, Servlets, and JavaBeans. We will see a series of different architectures, each a development of the one before. Author: Wrox Books Code: JSP 1.2

 JXTA4J2ME Implementation Archi Site: Web Developer Journal 
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This installment will take you on a journey into the JXTA4J2ME implementation to see what's inside. In this article, we will discuss the following issues... Author: Bilal Siddiqui Code: JSP 1.2


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