How to Implement Dependencies in Server Pages of JEE Web Applications

Anas Shatnawi, Hafedh Mili, Manel Abdellatif, Ghizlane El Boussaidi, Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc, Naouel Moha, Jean Privat

Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) applications are implemented in terms of a set of components developed based on several JEE technologies includ- ing, but not limited to, Servlet, JSP, JSF, EJB, JavaBeans. These JEE technologies rely on a varied set of communication mechanisms to commu- nicate between each others. Examples of these communication mechanisms are HTTP requests, Remote Method Invocation (RMI), Java DateBase Connectivity (JDBC), etc. These communication mechanisms represent program dependencies between JEE components. However, one communi- cation mechanism can be implemented following different implementation ways by different JEE technologies. Therefore, to be able to detect related dependencies, we identify these implementation ways used by a set of JEE technologies. In this technical report, we focus on the Web tier technologies that are Servlets, JSPs and JSFs. Also, we present how these technologies access the JavaBeans and Manage Beans components.

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