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About JTS/ JTA API's in j2ee

 
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Hi
I'm a newbie viz. distributed computing.I am about to develop a distributed application (a web-based bug tracking system)
I presume my architecture for this system will have following components:
1> browser (client tier)
2> web container with servlets + jsp
3> jdbc(db connectivity) & jta/jts (for transaction handling)
(2& 3 making my middle tier)
4> database (eis tier)
I am quite comfortable with 1, 2 and 4
I wanted to know where I could gain more resources (basic information with e.g's) on interfacing and implementing [jta/jts]
I tried to read the specifications but they were a bit complicated because I started learning EJB just now.
My next question is can some other API be implemented on top of JTS? If os how?
Thanks
Ravi
 
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