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J2EE Web Application Architecture: Are these lables right?

 
John Pacuta
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Hi,

Are these labels correct for this diagram? If there are any incorrect labels, what should be there instead?

Thanks
 
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C isn't Tomcat, Tomcat is the entire block that contains C and D. Similar for E and JBoss / WebLogic. You may also want to include Glassfish for completeness.

I would omit Tomcat though. Both JBoss and WebLogic are perfectly capable of processing JSPs and servlets, so you can omit Tomcat. (In fact, JBoss uses Tomcat internally.)
 
John Pacuta
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Thanks for your help,

I would then label E as JBOSS,F as Web logic, and G as GlassFish.

C and D are part of Web Container, which I think uses a class in Java called Container. Based on what you said C is Java Server Pages and D is Servlet

Is that correct?
 
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The title is incorrect also, or at least showing it's age.

"Java EE" has not been called "J2EE" for well over 10 years now.
 
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