Architecture Issues in Internet Application(JSP+Corba+Websphere)
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Posted By:   Sanjay_Saluja
Posted On:   Saturday, August 4, 2001 10:57 PM

Please explain the issues behind the architecture having JSPs (for user interface presentation) calling methods of CORBA objects deployed on WAS in an internet application. My requiremnet is CORBA objects for business logic and WAS as application server. This is must and can not be avoided. I am totally confused about - 1. How will JSP access the CORBA object? 2. Will there be a servlet in between necessarily? Personally I want to avoid servlet in this scenario because I believe both are capable of delivering same objectives. 3. What is the role of WAS in this scenario? 4. How the component broker comes into the picture and how it is integrated with WAS?    More>>

Please explain the issues behind the architecture having JSPs (for
user interface presentation) calling methods of CORBA objects deployed
on WAS in an internet application.

My requiremnet is CORBA objects for business logic and WAS as
application server. This is must and can not be avoided.

I am totally confused about -

1. How will JSP access the CORBA object?
2. Will there be a servlet in between necessarily? Personally I want
to avoid servlet in this scenario because I believe both are capable
of delivering same objectives.
3. What is the role of WAS in this scenario?
4. How the component broker comes into the picture and how it is
integrated with WAS?
5. Can I deploy CORBA object to WAS3.5 or WAS4.0 advance edition?
6. How CORBA objects are deployed in WAS?
7. Will I get the WAS services such as transaction managemnt, object
pooling, connection pooling, persistence, naming etc for CORBA
objects. As WAS provides these services for EJBs.
8. When is WAS4.0 enterprise edition being released?

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