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DMZ

 
mc khan
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How can you protect resources by placing them behind DMZ without using web-services or EJB, i.e., the complete application is running inside a web-container with no published webservices?

Thanks,
-Maqbool.
 
Ajay Singh Rathore
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The applications which are running behind dmz should only be allowed to be accessed by applications running in your internal network, the firewall will not allow that application to be accessed from outside network. For this kind of access you can use any remote access technology like web service, ejb, jms or jca depending on your particular requirement and future course of development for your application.
Ideally i would use jms which is mostly preferred for interanet applications, but then if you require synchronous invocation then you should go with other options like a web service or an ejb solution.

Thanks,
Ajay
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