WDD_lec_45 - Topics to be covered (ni) Client side...

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Topics to be covered (ni) Client side validation JSF (free tools as well) Webservices Tell Resources e.g. sites Packaging and deploying web applications Big Enterprise diagram re-visit What to do next (EJBs) Wrap up Give acknowledgment
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Packaging and Deploying Web Application (ni) Agenda Web application, components and Web container Web application development and deployment steps Web Application Archive (*.WAR file) WAR directory structure WEB-INF subdirectory Configuring Web application Web application deployment descriptor (web.xml file) Web application life-cycle management Listing Web applications
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Web Components & Container (NI) Web components are in the form of either Servlet or JSP (along with JavaBean's, JSTL and custom tags) Web components run in a Web container e.g. Tomcat Web container provides system services to Web components Request dispatching, security, and life cycle management
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NI Web Application is a deployable package Web components (Servlets and JSP's) Static resource files such as images Helper classes. Libraries Deployment descriptor (web.xml file) Web Application can be represented as A hierarchy of directories and files (unpacked form) or WAR file reflecting the same hierarchy (packed form) Development mode vs Deployment mode
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NI Web Application Development and Deployment Steps 1. Write (and compile) the Web component code (Servlet or JSP) and helper classes referenced by the web component code 1. Create any static resources (for example, images or HTML pages) 1. Create deployment descriptor (web.xml) 1. Build the Web application (*.war file or deployment-ready directory) 1. Install or deploy the web application into a Web container Web clients are now ready to access it via URL
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NI 4. Build the Web application Either *.WAR file or unpacked form of *.WAR file 5. Install or Deploy Web application Deploy the application over deployment platform such as Sun
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